Buying GuideWhat's the best printer to buy? All-purpose printers are a booming market, and you're spoiled with the amount of choices available. Here's our pick of the best on the market right now.
A new colour inkjet All-in-One, the HP OfficeJet Pro 6830 is quick, capable and well equipped in terms of wireless and mobile connectivity.
Brother's entry-level A3 printer is very cheap, but it's inexpensive to run, surprisingly fast and produces excellent results on good quality paper.
Brother's flagship inkjet for small/home offices has lots of features including colour A3 printing and a low price, but that doesn't mean the running costs are ruinously expensive.
Instead of piling on the features, throwing in extra ink tanks and cramming as much functionality as possible into the device, the HP Deskjet 2540 strips the inkjet printer down to its bare essentials.
The technology, dubbed RIPS, will be rolled out for a new printer range but will only be available on contract plans.