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Latest Printer reviews for Under £60.

  1. Epson Workforce WF-2530WF

    Epson Workforce WF-2530WF

    A home office all-in-one for £60 – quite a feat.

  2. Canon PIXMA iP7250

    Canon PIXMA iP7250

    The Canon PIXMA iP7250 is a very good photo printer.

  3. Pantum P-2000

    Pantum P-2000

    The Pantum P-2000 is a brand new entry-level laser from a brand new, Chinese company.

  4. Epson Expression XP-102

    Epson Expression XP-102

    An entry-level all-in-one printer with a small footprint and separate ink cartridges.

  5. Canon PIXMA MG2250

    Canon PIXMA MG2250

    At just £34 Canon’s budget MG2250 has speed and print quality above its station.

  6. Canon PIXMA MG3250

    Canon PIXMA MG3250

    Canon’s PIXMA MG3250 is a revamp to its low-end all-in-one, but is it any better?

  7. HP Deskjet 2510

    HP Deskjet 2510

    HP’s Deskjet 2510 is a simple but effective budget all-in-one.

  8. Brother DCP-J140W

    Brother DCP-J140W

    Brother’s DCP-J140W is a low cost all-in-one which still offers wireless printing.

  9. HP Deskjet 1050A

    HP Deskjet 1050A

    HP’s Deskjet 1050A is a basic all-in-one at an entry-level price.

  10. HP Deskjet 3050A

    HP Deskjet 3050A

    HP’s £30 Deskjet 3050A is a real bargain of an all-in-one.

  11. Canon PIXMA MG3150 - Trays

    Canon PIXMA MG3150

    The Canon PIXMA MG3150 is a near-entry-level all-in-one, but with a couple of extras aiming to raise it above the competition. Don’t rush to print duplex, though.

  12. HP Photosmart 5510

    HP Photosmart 5510

    The HP Photosmart 5510 is an excellent starter printer, with the three, key all-in-one functions: print, copy and scan built into a neat, functionally designed case.

  13. Canon PIXMA MG2150

    Canon PIXMA MG2150

    An economical budget all-in-one which can handle all the basic needs of a home customer or student. Colour print is plagued by pauses, though.

  14. Canon PIXMA iP4950

    Canon PIXMA iP4950

    An inkjet printer with in-built duplexing, for less than £60. Sounds good, but can it live up to expectations?