Best Cyber Monday printer deals 2023

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Cyber Monday is over - but if you're lucky, you may still be able to pick up some of the last remaining Cyber Monday printer deals out there. We're seeing some deals sticking around and a few price changes, with some retailers extending their sales well beyond Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 

We're seeing a lot of those unmissable Black Friday deals carry over to today from brands like Canon, HP, Epson, and Brother. You'll find the pick of the bunch below - including the best printers and best small business printers we've personally tested to those models we really like. Throughout Cyber Monday, we'll show you what to look for from your next printer and where to find the biggest price-drops, discounts, and Cyber Monday printer deals. 

Whether you’re looking for inkjet, laser, and refillable printers for the home or office, bookmark this page for all the latest discounts. For more savings on hardware and software, head over to our hub for the best Cyber Monday deals

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Best Cyber Monday printer deals in the US

Canon Pixma TR7020a: $160Now $65 at Canon
Save $95

Canon Pixma TR7020a: was $160 Now $65 at Canon
Save $95
This might be the best home office printer for under$100 that we've seen throughout the sale. The Canon Pixma TR7020a may not be the fastest, with speeds up to 13ipm (mono). But it does offer printing, copying, and scanning, with auto-duplex printing and an ADF, alongside its generous 200-sheet tray capacity. 

HP OfficeJet 8015e wireless color all-in-one printer:$160Now $100 at Amazon
Save $60

HP OfficeJet 8015e wireless color all-in-one printer: was $160 Now $100 at Amazon
Save $60
The HP OfficeJet 8015e is a great pick if you need a printer for the office or home office. There's plenty going on here to service small business needs - although it's probably not best for busy offices. Inkjet print quality is good, there's a 35-sheet ADF, auto-duplex, and 18ppm mono print speeds. It's even HP+ enabled, for ink subscriptions. 

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3820: $200Now $100 at Newegg
Save $100

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3820: was $200 Now $100 at Newegg
Save $100
The WorkForce Pro WF-3820 is part of Epson's business printer line-up, and this one is a home office workhorse. It's a wireless all-in-one that prints, copies, scans, and faxes. A 35-sheet ADF, auto-duplex mode, on-board security, and a high 21ppm (mono) print speed make this a small business must. 

Canon Pixma TS6420a: $130Now $59 at Best Buy
Save $71

Canon Pixma TS6420a: was $130 Now $59 at Best Buy
Save $71
The Canon Pixma TS6420a is for anyone who want no-fuss, no frills printer that's cheap, compact, and more than capable in its performance. It's not fast - just 13ppm mono, 6.8ppm color) - making it best-suited to general printing tasks and record-keeping. 

HP DeskJet 2734e: $85Now $40 at Best Buy
Save $45

HP DeskJet 2734e: was $85 Now $40 at Best Buy
Save $45
The HP DeskJet 2734e is an entry-level wireless printer. There speeds aren't fast - only 7.5ppm mono. Like other DeskJet printers, this is suited to everyday use at the home. We reviewed a unit, awarding it 4/5 stars for quality, price, and ease of use. We're also big fans of the HP Smart app, which really streamlines printing and previewing from your phone.

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4833 wireless all-in-one printer:$169Now $139 at Walmart
Save $30

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4833 wireless all-in-one printer: was $169 Now $139 at Walmart
Save $30
Built for the home office, this Epson WorkForce brings every a small business needs, with print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities. A higher-than-standard 50-page ADF and 500-sheet tray capacity are great for busy offices. In our other WorkForce reviews, we've found these printers reliable, simple to use, with good print quality and speeds. 

Canon Pixma TR4720: $100Now $59 at Amazon
Save $61

Canon Pixma TR4720: was $100 Now $59 at Amazon
Save $61
The Canon Pixma TR4720 is an all-in-one - in this case, a 4-in-1 with print, scan, copy, and fax functions. Print speeds aren't rapid at 8.8ipm (mono) and 4.4ipm (color). Standard inkjet speed really. The printer has a 100-sheet paper tray capacity, which is good for general everyday printing. 

HP DeskJet 3755: $105Now $80 at Amazon
Save $25

HP DeskJet 3755: was $105 Now $80 at Amazon
Save $25
A printer for the home or home office, the HP DeskJet 3755 prints, scan,s and copies (no fax, sadly, and no ADF either, making this hard to recommend for heavy business workloads. However, for a home inkjet, print speeds are quite good - 19ppm (mono) and 15ppm (color), and it's great for document and photo printing (with support for glossy photo paper). 

HP LaserJet M140we: $169Now $139 at Amazon
Save $30

HP LaserJet M140we: was $169 Now $139 at Amazon
Save $30
The HP LaserJet M140we is the world's smallest laser MFP, with print, scan, and copy functions. Promising that crisp, sharp document printing only a monochrome laser printer delivers, it's a great choice for the office. Speed is good - laser is always faster than inkjet - printing 21ppm mono. 

Canon Pixma TS3522: $49Now $34 at Walmart
Save $15

Canon Pixma TS3522: was $49 Now $34 at Walmart
Save $15
The Canon Pixma TS3522 is an all-in-one inkjet that prints, scans, and copies. With print speeds of only 7.7ppm (mono), this is better suited to everyday home and home office printing for keeping records and receipts. 

Canon Pixma TR4722:$79Now $59 at Walmart
Save $20

Canon Pixma TR4722: was $79 Now $59 at Walmart
Save $20
The Canon Pixma TR4722 all-in-one offers exactly that, with 4-in-1 functionality to print, scan, copy, and fax. There's only a 100-sheet capacity and at just 8.8ppm (mono), it's not quick. But add in an ADF and auto-duplex mode and you have a good small business or home office printer for everyday use.

Canon Pixma G1220:$190Now $100 from B&H PhotoSave $90

Canon Pixma G1220: was $190 Now $100 from B&H Photo
Save $90 The Canon Pixma G1220 uses refillable ink tanks, reducing running costs and waste. It has print, scan, and copy functions in a compact unit that doesn't break the bank. There's even support for glossy photo paper and banner printing, too. There are no real high-end features and it's not fast, but it is affordable in this Cyber Monday printer deal. 

Epson Workforce Pro WF-4830:$250Now $150 at Amazon
Save $100

Epson Workforce Pro WF-4830: was $250 Now $150 at Amazon
Save $100
Epson's WorkForce office printer line-up has consistently impressed us in tests. This WorkForce Pro WF-4830 is incredibly feature-rich, with auto-duplex mode and an ADF. There's a generous 500-sheet capacity here, and print speeds of 25ppm (mono) and 12ppm (color). All in all, a printer that means business and is great for productivity

HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e: $225Now $150 at Best Buy
Save $75

HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e: was $225 Now $150 at Best Buy
Save $75
The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e all-in-one is packed with features fit for any office or home office. It's a printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine that's impressively quick for an inkjet - 20ppm (mono). Highlights including an ADF and auto-duplex printing and scanning. 

Epson Expression Home XP-4200 wireless color all-in-one printer:$115Now $65 at Amazon
Save $50

Epson Expression Home XP-4200 wireless color all-in-one printer: was $115 Now $65 at Amazon
Save $50
The Epson Expression Home XP-4200 is prints, scans, copies. At this price, it won't be the sharpest and it's not the fastest, at just 10ppm in mono. But it does support photo printing and double-sided printing for extra versatility.

HP Deskjet 4155e: $100Now $65 at Amazon
Save $35

HP Deskjet 4155e: was $100 Now $65 at Amazon
Save $35
The HP Deskjet 4155e is built for light color printing - think receipts, forms, travel documents. Everyday small business or home printer tasks. As an added bonus, there's an ADF so you're not always refilling the tray. This Cyber Monday printer deal includes three months' worth of instant ink, allowing you to print up to 2100 pages.

Niimbot D11 portable label printer: $57Now $20 at Amazon
Save $37 with Prime

Niimbot D11 portable label printer: was $57 Now $20 at Amazon
Save $37 with Prime
This label printer uses Bluetooth technology and direct thermal technology to make printing on labels as straightforward as possible. No need for toner, ink or ribbon and it even comes with a battery. 

HP Envy 6065e: $130 Now $70 at Best Buy
Save $60

HP Envy 6065e: was $130 Now $70 at Best Buy
Save $60
The HP Envy 6065e is a solid all-in-one wireless color inkjet printer with all the features most home users need. This model boasts print, copy, and scan features, and prints at a fair speed of 10ppm (mono) with paper capacity of 100 sheets. 

HP Smart Tank 5000: $250 Now $170 at Best Buy
Save $80

HP Smart Tank 5000: was $250 Now $170 at Best Buy
Save $80
HP's Smart Tank 5000 is a refillable ink tank all-in-one printer, copier, and scanner that offers lower running costs compared to standard inkjets. Print speeds are fair for this category of printer, running at 10ppm (mono) and 5ppm (color), and there's support for photo printing. 

HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format all-in-one printer: $360 Now $290 at HP
Save $70

HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format all-in-one printer: was $360 Now $290 at HP
Save $70
The HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 is a large-format printer for those who need to print on everything from an envelope to A3. When we tested the older 7220 model in our review, we credited it as a stylish A3 printer, but we weren't fans of the inconsistent print quality. We'd hope the 7740 shows improvement. It's fast for an inkjet, at least, with speeds of up to 21ppm (mono) and 17 ppm (color) 

Epson EcoTank ET-4850: $500 Now $400 from BestBuySave $100 -

Epson EcoTank ET-4850: was $500 Now $400 from BestBuy
Save $100 - The Epson EcoTank system slashes running costs, and this unit doesn't just save cash – it churns out impressive prints, it handles copies and scans, and it works over USB, Ethernet, wireless and with voice controls. Combine that with duplexing, a 250-sheet paper tray and a color touchscreen and you've got an ideal unit for home and home office work that's now even cheaper. 

Epson EcoTank ET-2800 Wireless Color All-in-One Supertank Printer:$230Now $200 at Best Buy
Save $30

Epson EcoTank ET-2800 Wireless Color All-in-One Supertank Printer: was $230 Now $200 at Best Buy
Save $30 Epson’s EcoTank ET-2800 is tailor-made for printing, copying, and scanning in high resolution. There’s a built-in display for managing your work, although it isn’t touchscreen. You can wire it up to your computer, and it also supports a range of wireless options, including Apple AirPrint. Better still, the EcoTank range features refillable tanks, which could mean less waste and more savings in the long-run compared to cartridge-based printers.  

Canon MAXIFY MegaTank GX7021 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer: $800Now $650 at Best Buy
Save $150

Canon MAXIFY MegaTank GX7021 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer: was $800 Now $650 at Best Buy
Save $150 The MAXIFY GX7021 from Canon is one for pros and power-users. The all-in-one printer lets you print, scan, copy, and even fax - and makes doing so even easier with a large touchscreen display built into the machine. To keep things efficient, there’s an auto-document feeder and double-sided scanning tools. It even has support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant smart speakers. You can print via wired connection, USB flash drive, ethernet, or wirelessly, giving utility in almost any situation.  

Epson EcoTank Photo ET-8500: $700Now $550 at Best Buy
Save $150

Epson EcoTank Photo ET-8500: was $700 Now $550 at Best Buy
Save $150 The Ecotank Photo ET-8500 is a wireless all-in-one printer that produces lab-quality color photos and documents. It’s one of the more expensive printers available on Cyber Monday from Epson, but comes with a 20% discount. Plus, it uses ink bottles instead of cartridges which it claims is cheaper to replace.

HP LaserJet MFP M234SDWE $249 Now $229 at Newegg
Save $20

HP LaserJet MFP M234SDWE was $249 Now $229 at Newegg
Save $20
HP’s LaserJet MFP M234SDWE wireless printer takes smart printing to the next level. This is packed full of nifty features, including a fully integrated mobile app, dual-band Wi-Fi, ultra-fast two-sided printing, and a 40-sheet auto document feeder. 

Epson EcoTank ET-3850: $400Now $350 at Best Buy
Save $50

Epson EcoTank ET-3850: was $400 Now $350 at Best Buy
Save $50
Epson is known for innovation, and the EcoTank ET-3850 is no different. Dropping ink cartridges in favour of high-capacity, easy-to-refill tanks makes this all-in-one printer generally cheaper and easier to run. Combined with impressive quality and robust paper handling, this is a must for any small office.

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HP OfficeJet Pro 8024e all-in-one wireless inkjet printer:£190Now £90 at Currys
Save £100

HP OfficeJet Pro 8024e all-in-one wireless inkjet printer: was £190 Now £90 at Currys
Save £100
Probably the best Cyber Monday printer deal we've found for a home office printer under £100. It's been on sale throughout the Black Friday sales, and comes with considerable specs. It print, scans, copies, and faxes. With a 1200 x 1200 dpi, print and scan resolution isn't the highest. But it doesn't need to be for everyday use, It's relatively quick. up to 20ppm in black and white. 

Epson WorkForce WF-4820:£170Now £130 at Amazon
Save £40

Epson WorkForce WF-4820: was £170 Now £130 at Amazon
Save £40
A budget office printer, the Epson WorkForce WF-4820 is an all-rounder for professional use. It's fairly quick at 25ppm mono, although prints may not be the sharpest. However, it does print scan, copy, and fax functions, auto-duplex mode, and a 35-page ADF. All WorkForce printers we've tested earned 4-plus stars in their reviews.

Canon Pixma TS5150:£60Now £40 at Argos
Save £20

Canon Pixma TS5150: was £60 Now £40 at Argos
Save £20
The Canon Pixma TS5150 is a 3-in-1 wireless printer that also scans and copies (but no fax). Print resolution is goos at 4800 x 1200dpi, however, scanning is just 1200 x 2400dpi. Speeds are standard for an inkjet printer, reaching up to 13ppm (mono) and 6.8ppm (color). It even includes auto-double-sided printing. 

HP Officejet Pro 8022e:£149Now £85 at Argos
Save £64

HP Officejet Pro 8022e: was £149 Now £85 at Argos
Save £64
The HP Officejet Pro 8022e is an office printer (and great for the home office too). It includes all essential features, including a 35-page ADF, auto-duplex mode, and print speeds of 20ppm (mono). We especially like that as a a 4-in-1, it can print, scan, copy, and fax. 

HP OfficeJet Pro 9012e all-in-one colour printer: £220 Now £153 at Amazon
Save £67

HP OfficeJet Pro 9012e all-in-one colour printer: was £220 Now £153 at Amazon
Save £67
If you're on the look-out for an all-rounder for the home office, the HP OfficeJet Pro 9012e is a good choice with its print, scan, and copy facilities. Built for more casual use, print speeds are 18ppm (mono), and it features auto-duplex and ADF. The team on our sister site ITPro called it a 'jack of all trades' in their review, noting it was feature-packed, but noisy and not especially fast.

Brother EcoPro HLL2400DWE mono laser printer: £130 Now £100 at Currys
Save £30

Brother EcoPro HLL2400DWE mono laser printer: was £130 Now £100 at Currys
Save £30
If you do a lot of document printing for your business, this Brother printer is a good option. As a mono-laser printer, it excels at printing black-and-white text at up to 30ppm, which is fast for a printer of this size. There's no extra functionality like scanning and faxing, nor is there an ADF. However, there is auto-double-sided printing. 

HP DeskJet 2710e: £55 Now £28 at HP
Save £27

HP DeskJet 2710e: was £55 Now £28 at HP
Save £27
The HP DeskJet 2710e is a cheap and cheerful compact printer. When the team at out sister site ITPro reviewed the model, they found it a well-designed machine, but print speed and quality were average. If you're looking for a no-frills, no-nonsense highly affordable printer for home use, this could fit the bill. 

HP DeskJet 4122e: Now £37 at Argos

HP DeskJet 4122e: Now £37 at Argos
Despite the low price, HP's DeskJet 4122e delivers good A4 print quality alongside everyday copying and scanning capabilities. It's got effective wireless and Bluetooth access, it includes a USB port, and it has a 35-page automatic feeder. It's not a particularly big or heavy unit. The HP lacks high-end features, but it's a very affordable home all-in-one. 

HP Envy 6020e all-in-one wireless printer:£90Now £46 at Amazon
Save £44

HP Envy 6020e all-in-one wireless printer: was £90 Now £46 at Amazon
Save £44
The HP Envy 6020e earned 4-stars when TechRadar NL tested out this wireless all-in-one for themselves. They called it an affordable printer that's really simple to use. Print speeds top out at 10ppm (mono) and 7ppm (color), which is about average for an inkjet. Ideal for students or working from home. 

Brother MFC-J5340DW £275 Now £159 from AmazonSave £115

Brother MFC-J5340DW was £275 Now £159 from Amazon
Save £115 there's not much this Brother inkjet can't do. It prints high-quality pages at pace, scans and copies, and prints on A3 paper – and it has easy wireless printing thanks to the companion Android and iOS apps. It's got a touchscreen, deep paper tray and duplex printing, and now this superb business all-rounder is even cheaper. 

HP DeskJet 4122e £75 Now £37 from ArgosSave £38

HP DeskJet 4122e was £75 Now £37 from Argos
Save £38 Despite the low price, HP's DeskJet 4122e delivers good A4 print quality alongside everyday copying and scanning capabilities. It's got effective wireless and Bluetooth access, it includes a USB port, and it has a 35-page automatic feeder. It's not a particularly big or heavy unit. The HP lacks high-end features, but it's a very affordable home all-in-one. 

Brother MFC-J4340DW £190 Now £120 at John Lewis

Brother MFC-J4340DW was £190 Now £120 at John Lewis
Powerful, robust and compact, the Brother MFC-J4540DW Wireless All-in-One A4 Colour Inkjet Printer & Fax Machine is a fantastic home office printer, offering copy, scanning and fax functions. The machine includes a 20-sheet automatic document feeder, double-sided printing and deep individual ink tanks. 

HP LaserJet M110we mono laser printer: £110Now £90 at John Lewis

HP LaserJet M110we mono laser printer: was £110 Now £90 at John Lewis
An excellent choice for an office printer if you're chiefly printing text documents. As a laser printer, the M11owe offers a crispness to documents that an inkjet just can't match. The HP printer is a small and capable printer that fits almost anywhere in the home and offers simple and intuitive controls. 

Cyber Monday printer deals: Buying advice

Should I buy a Cyber Monday printer deal?

Cyber Monday, like Black Friday, is always a good time to buy a printer in our experience. While we do see price-drops for shopping events like Prime Day, The Cyber Week sales including Cyber Monday typically offers the broadest catalogue of printer deals, with big discounts across HP, Canon, Brother, and Epson printers. 

Most of the deals we spotted over Black Friday have continue to run throughout the Cyber weekend through to the end of Cyber Monday. So you have until the end of the day to pick up a bargain. 

What kind of printer should I buy on Cyber Monday?

Printers come in all shapes and sizes, from the best all-in-one printers with scan, copy, and fax functions for the home and office, to the best large-format printers for printing on A3 paper sizes and higher.

Inkjet, laser, and ink tank printers are the most popular for everyday printers. 

The best inkjet printers use liquid ink to print to the page, and they're usually found in homes because they're usually very cheap to buy - especially in the Cyber Monday printer deals and sales. However, they cost more in the long-run because replacement ink cartridges can be expensive. Because of the print delivery system, inkjets also make for some of the best photo printers you can buy. If this is what you'll be using your printer for, opt for an inkjet that has borderless photo printing. 

The best laser printers are typically found in offices and home offices. They use toners and heat-transference to apply printing to the page. They're really sharp and crisp, and most often used for document printing. Many are monochrome only - because that's all some businesses need - and even color laser printers can't measure up to inkjets when printing images and photos. These units tend to be expensive to buy, but you save money as toners are cheaper than cartridges. 

The best ink tank printers are the newest kind of printer you can buy in the Cyber Monday deals. These are a lot like inkjet printers as they use liquid ink. However, this is in refillable bottles, so you just top up the tank with the specific color you need. It means you can print a lot more before a refill. This also reduces running costs compared to inkjet printers, and there's less waste, too. 

You'll find other printers for more professional or tailored use, such as the best sublimation printers for creating massive posters, banners, and marketing assets. But when it comes to Cyber Monday printer deals, it's inkjet, ink tank, and laser where you'll find the best discounts and price-drops. 

Where are the best places to find Cyber Monday printer deals for 2023?

If you want to take a stress-free approach to Cyber Monday 2023 then simply bookmark this page. As we enter the biggest shopping event of the year, we are monitoring all of the key websites to ensure that you don’t miss any of the biggest and best deals on Cyber Monday.

If you want to augment that with your own research, though, we can hardly blame you. If that’s the case, we recommend heading to the websites above – they’re our favorite printer retailers, and they cover all the bases from home and office to photography and labels.

How much can I save in a Cyber Monday printer deal?

It depends on the type of printer you're buying. We're seeing printers from under $30 / £30 - but the print quality and speeds will pale in comparison to higher-end or office printers. Know your budget and your needs, though, and you'll find plenty of savings.

Retail experts predict that the best Cyber Monday discounts will hit 32%, and if you find that figure on your printer of choice, you could save a significant amount of cash. Even on a $100 model, you’ll have $32 back in your pocket, and the figure increases if you spend $500 or more on a high-end photo or office device.

Even if you only spot discounts hitting around 20% rather than 32%, that will still translate to a decent chunk of money saved.

There’s plenty of cash to be saved if you buy a printer on Cyber Monday, and we’ve got even more good news to report. Because electronics is one of the key drivers of sales and an extremely competitive market, we wouldn’t be surprised to see printer discounts topping 40% - especially on older devices that are still easily good enough for most situations.

The situation looks pretty rosy for anyone buying a printer on Cyber Monday. In many scenarios, you’ll probably be able to save almost a third of the price on your chosen device, and if you shop around and prove versatile with your product choices, you might save even more.

How to save the most money on Cyber Monday printer deals

1. Prepare properly with thorough research

You won’t get a find Cyber Monday printer deal without knowing what you want to buy. Take that approach; instead, you’re likely to get an unsuitable product at an inflated price. 

Instead, consider what kind of printer you need – and what features you can go without. If you want to print photographs and documents without worrying about speed, then an affordable inkjet is probably the way to go.

Conversely, if you’re buying for business use, then it’s worth considering the best laser printers, which are faster and able to zip through documents.  

It’s worth considering the best all-in-one printers or the best photo printers if you’d prefer a printer that can handle scanning and copying or specialist devices for photos, labels, and cards if you have specific needs. 

Beyond that, delve into the features. You should evaluate if you want to use a wired or wireless connection, need smartphone features, and if your next printer needs double-sided printing or super-fast page rates.

The final considerations revolve around cost. Figure out how much you’ve got to spend on your new device, but remember running costs – it’s no good buying a cheap printer if the ink costs a fortune. 

Once you’ve thought about what kind of printer you need, it’s worth finding two or three models that fit the bill. Do this, and you’ll be more likely to find a great Cyber Monday deal because you’re not reliant on just one unit appearing at a great price. 

Our final research tip? Don’t forget that each manufacturer has a huge range of hardware – and you don’t necessarily need to buy an expensive flagship to get most of the features you need. Also, consider last year’s models, which tend to have most of the innovations in the current-gen gear at a lower price. 

2. Deploy all of the shopping tricks

There are plenty of ways to ensure you can take advantage of the best prices on Cyber Monday 2023. 

Compare prices across different retailers to ensure you’re getting the best. Remember that retailers offer other incentives to buy, too – a free product or app can make the difference if prices are static across different sites. 

Set up your shopping accounts in advance, create alerts for price drops on your preferred printers, and sign up for mailing lists to receive extra discounts. 

3. Stay patient 

It’s always tempting to buy as soon as you see your favored product at a reduced price, but analysis proves that the best prices tend to arrive on Cyber Monday itself – and not before. 

Stay strong if your next printer is available at a discount in October or November because you’ll probably save even more cash on Cyber Monday. 

If you can’t help yourself, consider keeping the printer boxed away until Cyber Monday has been and gone – if you spot it at an even lower price, you can return the original for a refund. 

3 best printers to watch out for

Epson EcoTank ET-3850 side

Samsung 980 Pro SSD (Image credit: Future)

Epson EcoTank ET-3850

An effective all-in-one with impressively low running costs

Category: All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer | Print Speed: 15 ppm (mono) | Paper Capacity: 250 sheets | Paper Size: Up to A4

Impressive print quality
High ink capacity
No touchscreen
No USB host port

Epson’s all-in-one handles prints, scans, and copies, including features like auto duplexing, wireless connectivity, and a color LCD. Its print speed is fast enough to sate home users, its scan resolution is high, and it’s easy to get working thanks to Epson’s superb Android and iOS apps. 

It delivers impressive quality across all printing, scanning, and copying tasks. It looks decent, too – its body is surprisingly light, extra panels fold away discreetly, and its quartet of ink tanks is neatly integrated into the chassis. It holds 250 sheets of paper and has an automatic document feeder for easier use. 

The Epson’s initial cost of nearly $400 might seem high – and it still might seem high after a Cyber Monday discount – but that outlay doesn’t tell the whole story. The EcoTank comes with enough ink in the box to print 14,000 monochrome pages or 5,200 color pages, which is a vast number – you’d need about 70 normal cartridges to hit that number with some printers from other manufacturers. And when you do eventually need some new ink, the refills are up to 90% cheaper than the cartridges you’ll need for comparable rivals. 

The EcoTank is not perfect. It doesn’t have a USB host port for printing from a thumb drive, and the display isn’t a touchscreen. Laser printers are also significantly faster. 

The Epson’s impressive range of mainstream features and relatively tiny running costs more than make up for that, though, and they mean that the EcoTank is a manageable and capable home device. 

Read our full Epson EcoTank ET-3850 Review

Canon i-SENSYS MF742Cdw

Canon i-SENSYS MF742Cdw (Image credit: Future)

Canon i-SENSYS MF742Cdw

Clever design and a touchscreen make for an impressive, convenient all-in-one

Category: All-in-One Color Laser Printer | Print Speed: 27 ppm (mono) | Paper Capacity: 250 + 50 sheets | Paper Size: Up to A4

Superb touchscreen
Expandable design
Decent Performance
Front USB port
Not the fastest laser printer
No duplex scanning

Canon’s i-SENSYS unit looks slick and smart enough to fit into most office or home environments, and its spec sheet covers most of the key features you’ll need: it has a 50-sheet ADF, duplex printing, a front-mounted USB port, and a paper tray that supports 250 sheets. It’s also possible to expand this unit with extra paper trays and other accessories. 

Elsewhere, you’ll find built-in wireless connectivity and an excellent tablet-style touchscreen interface with programmable hotkeys. It’s easy to use and produces light, crisp prints at a reasonable pace, with neat and legible text. Its scans and copies are just as good. 

Canon’s unit features robust build quality and easy setup procedures, and alongside its wireless connectivity, you get USB and Ethernet support too. The only missing features are duplex scanning and high-end additions like NFC sensors. We did note that there are plenty of other laser printers with more speed.

The Canon is still fast enough to sate most offices, though, and it makes up for the lack of record-breaking speed with a great touchscreen interface and consistent quality. 

Read our full Canon i-SENSYS MF742Cdw Review

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 (Image credit: HP)

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025

Smart features, wireless connectivity and good quality all impress

Category: All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer | Print Speed: 29ppm (mono) | Paper Sizes: Up to A4 | Paper Capacity: 225 sheets

High-quality output
Smart features including Alexa support
Wireless connectivity 
Small display
Relatively expensive 

Don’t be fooled by the HP OfficeJet Pro’s name: this unit is not a dull business machine and is easily good enough to handle home and professional use without breaking a sweat. And don’t necessarily look for the 8035e, either: in the UK, it’s called the 8025, and it’s now been replaced by the 9025. 

It looks superb, with a sleek design, and it has excellent connectivity, including wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, and Bluetooth support. It works with Alexa’s voice commands, has a front-mounted USB port, and is all navigable with user-friendly touch controls. 

Print speeds are consistently good, too, and HP produced good-quality prints, scans, and copies. This all-in-one is pricier to buy and run than many of its rivals, but it’s versatile, effective, and easy to use – so it’s easily worth the cost. 

Read our full HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 Review

Cyber Monday printer deals: Glossary

  • ADF: Automatic document feeder
  • All-in-one: Printer with scan, copy. and occasionally fax capabilities
  • Auto-duplex: Automatic double-sided printing (and scanning) 
  • Ink tank: Printer type that uses refillable ink bottles
  • Inkjet: Printer type that uses liquid ink cartridges
  • IPM: Images per minute
  • Laser: Printer type that uses toners and heat-transference
  • PPM: Pages per minute
  • Sheet capacity: Maximum number of pages to fill paper tray

Mike has worked as a technology journalist for more than a decade and has written for most of the UK’s big technology titles alongside numerous global outlets. He loves PCs, laptops and any new hardware, and covers everything from the latest business trends to high-end gaming gear.

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