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Top 5 Printers (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best printers on the market in 2020.

Whether you’re printing off Word documents in black and white, or holiday snaps on vibrant, glossy photo paper, a solid printer is always a great asset to have. But with so many on sale, which one should you buy? Well, we’re here to help cut through some of the confusion. We’ve sifted through website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products.

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The Front Runner : HP OfficeJet Pro 9015

Most of us, especially families, will likely want a printer that can do a bit of everything. And Wirecutter states that this one is the “best one for most people.” This $230 printer is capable of printing 18 color pages per minute, and also comes equipped with a touch screen, scanner and two-sided print capabilities. It’s easy to set up too, and with the availability to join HPs Instant Ink scheme, you can start saving pennies from the get-go if you choose to stick with the brand name.

The Comparable : Brother MFC-J995DW INKvestmentTank 

Similar to the aforementioned HP model, this Brother printer will favor those looking for  a decent all-rounder. But its biggest selling point is its efficiency. This $200 INKvestment model comes with an estimated year’s worth of ink, and for color printing, boasts an ultra-low per-page printing rate of just five cents  — thanks in part to its extra large ink cartridges. TechRadar called it “a monster printer.”

The Photo Printer: Canon Pixma TS9120

If you’re after quality photo prints, then this option from the $200 Pixma TS Series is a brilliant choice. Although still functioning as a great all-rounder, its fast, quality photo prints are what really set it apart. As well as offering a six-color ink system — which includes Photo Blue ink —  there are also in-built filters to spruce up your photos; and it can even print labels on DVDs. It’s also garnered praise for its print-from-anything connectivity and its available body colors.

The Compact Option: HP Tango X

If you’re unlikely to need a printer, but want to get one for your home office just in case, then why not go for something like the super compact Tango X. This minimalist option – which has no screen and hardly any buttons – incorporates smartphone app controls and voice commands. It isn’t the greatest when it comes to speed or flexibility- and at $200 it’s quite pricey – but it still produces great quality color prints. And, of course, it looks awesome!

The Eco Option: Epson EcoTank ET-3760

If you’re eco-conscious and don’t mind spending a bit extra, then this $400 EpsonEcoTank model will definitely intrigue you. Swapping out conventional ink cartridges for refillable bottles, the 3760 claims to have enough ink for two years, right out of the box. That kind of coverage means you’re looking at one cent per colored page. That’s low. And on average, Epson reckons that one set of bottle refills is equivalent to around 80 individual cartridges. 

So which printer should you choose? Well, most printers will offer fair performance all-round, but if you’re after something specific —  like great quality photo prints — be sure to choose appropriately. 

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