- Excellent print quality.
- Five-ink design for richer blacks and wider color range.
- Voice-activated hands-free printing.
- Two paper input trays.
- Bluetooth LE.
- No automatic document feeder or memory card support.
- High cost per page.
Excellent output quality, especially photos. Prints borderless photos up to 8 by 10 inches. Strong mobile connectivity. Supports SD memory cards and USB thumb drives. Prints labels on pre-surfaced CD, CD-ROM, and DVD discs.
Very low running costs. Great print quality. Small footprint. Decent volume rating.
Non-duplexing print engine. Ink bottles not keyed to corresponding onboard tanks. Lacks automatic document feeder.
The HP Smart Tank
Excellent print quality. Robust connectivity and OS support.
Expensive to use. No Wi-Fi Direct or NFC. ADF is not auto-duplexing.
The Lexmark MC3224adwe prints very well at respectable speeds, but high
Very low running costs. Two 6,000-page ink bottles included in the box. Good print quality. Smart home voice activation. Two-year warranty with registration.
Pricey. A little slower than laser counterparts. Low monthly print
Good print quality. Single-pass ADF. USB thumb drive support. Excellent UI portal and security.
High running costs. Paper input capacity not expandable.
Canon’s Color imageClass MF644Cdw laser printer delivers high-quality output
Very low running costs. Great print quality. Small footprint.
Low capacity and volume ratings. Non-duplexing ADF and print engine. Ink bottles not keyed to corresponding onboard tanks.
The HP Smart Tank
Excellent output quality. Relatively fast. Copious connectivity options. USB thumb drive support. Expandable.
ADF is not auto-duplexing. Color running costs could be lower.
The Canon Color imageClass MF741Cdw churns out good-looking
High recommended and maximum volume ratings. Robust security for price. Good print quality.
Lacks Wi-Fi Direct and NFC. Somewhat steep running costs. No USB thumb drive or flash card support.