- Very light and compact.
- Good print quality.
- Extremely low running costs.
- Thousands of pages worth of ink in the box.
- Excellent mobile connectivity options.
- Lacks automatic duplex printing.
- No USB port for flash
Terrific print quality. Small footprint. Exceptionally low running costs. Thousands of pages worth of ink in the box. PrecisionCore printhead output quality. Two years warranty with registration. Excellent mobile connectivity options.
Excellent output quality. Comes with a large amount of ink. Two-year warranty.
No multipurpose tray. Manual-duplexing ADF. Low monthly duty cycle.
The Epson WorkForce ST-3000 prints well and at the lowest
Stylish, light, and compact build. Good print quality. Free ink for two years. Auto-duplexing ADF. Built-in firewall.
Pricey. Low recommended monthly volume.
The HP OfficeJet Pro Premier is a compact and
Good output quality. Thousands of pages of ink in the box. Supports SD card flash memory.
No ADF. Small paper-input capacity. Only supports manual-duplexing.
The Epson WorkForce ST-2000 is a small-office
Excellent running costs. Great print quality, especially photos. Prints Instagram’s 5-by-5-inch images. Ethernet networking. Strong mobile device support.
No Wi-Fi Direct or auto-duplexing. Slow document printing.
The Canon Pixma G4210 is
Excellent output quality. Very low running costs after initial investment. Strong mobile connectivity. Ultra-high-yield ink bags. Support for USB memory sticks.
High price. No SD card support. Recommended monthly page limit is low,
Networkable via Ethernet. Huge color touch screen control panel. 100-sheet ADF. Control panel supports up to 30 configurable users. Wide security options.
Somewhat costly. No Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct for mobile connectivity.