The subject of printing has the potential to be super boring. But it's fun to break technologies down and explore how they work. If you're a true techie, you'll dig the tests we're performing to get the best quality out of our inks and printer paper.
Do you own an inkjet printer? If you are concerned with the quality of your prints, you will want to read this article. We go over the technical differences between paper from Brother, Dynex, Epson, HP, and Kodak, and why one gets our recommendation.
In our Brother inkjet buyer’s guide, things were fairly simple. Across the entire group, the basic printing engine was the same. With laser/LED printers, things get more intricate.
Remember the idea of the “paperless office?” If the last 20 years have taught us anything about paper, it’s that paper use is indeed declining—as a percentage of total document handling.
We look at a dozen of the most popular black-and-white laser printers, discussing a wide range of options, as well as printer and toner cartridge pricing.
A look at a dozen of the most popular color laser printers from major vendors, including two MFC models. Technologies explained!
We offer a buyer's guide for some of the most-popular MFC inkjet printers from the biggest manufacturers.
Detailed information on some of the most-popular color inkjet printers from the largest firms in the market.
After years of pro printer market dominance by Epson, Canon and HP have caught up. Pro and prosumer photographers are jumping up and down with glee. Click in to see why.
Rocker Graham Nash is a driving force in inkjet photo printing technology. How it happened in Nash's own words. Including fanstastic images.
We look at four printers from Kodak, Epson, Samsung and Canon that make 4 x 6 inch photos. Each printer is ranked to simplify your buying decision.
HP attempts to invigorate its high-end printer line with its Photosmart 7960 and Scanjet 4600. With a host of nifty new features, are the technologies worth the extra money?