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  • Epson Expression Premium XP-530

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wi-Fi, USB, Memory Card
  • Canon Pixma MG5650

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, PictBridge
  • HP Deskjet 3632 Wi-Fi All-in-One Printer

    Keep it simple with an affordable all-in-one printer you can count on. Stay connected with... more
  • Canon Pixma MG4250

    4.5 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet, Memory Card
  • Canon Pixma iX6850 Business Inkjet Printer

    Compact, high-performance A3+ wireless office printer. This high performance A3+ office pr... more
  • HP Envy 4520

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB
  • HP Envy 4523 Wi-Fi All-in-One Printer

    Do more with an affordable HP ENVY all-in-one, the perfect match for your modern technolog... more
  • Canon Pixma MX535

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan, Fax Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB
  • Epson Expression Home XP-435

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wi-Fi, USB, Memory Card
  • Canon Pixma MG7550

    4.5 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, PictBridge, Ethernet, Memory Card
    £161.53 (+ £4.79 P&P)
  • Canon Selphy CP910 Photo Printer

    The compact photo printer for lab-quality prints anywhere. With Wi-Fi and AirPrint™ ... more
  • Brother HL-L2340D Laser Printer

    If saving money's a priority, this wireless network printer HLL2340DW should be top o... more
  • Canon Pixma MG2950

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed Wi-Fi, USB
  • HP Envy 5640

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, Memory Card
    £85.50 (+ £3.49 P&P)
  • Canon Pixma MG6850 Inkjet Printer

    Designed to print faster with no compromise in quality from a wide range of devices and cl... more
  • Canon Maxify MB2050

    3.5 star rating
    Copy, Scan, Fax Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB
    £67.18 (+ £4.57 P&P)
    Save 16%*
  • Canon Pixma MG2550 All-In-One Printer

    Produce high quality prints of up to 4800dpi using the Canon PIXMA MG2550. This space-savi... more
  • Samsung Xpress M2070W

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Laser Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet
  • HP Officejet Pro 8620

    4.5 star rating
    Copy, Scan, Fax Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, PictBridge
    £149.99 (+ £6.50 P&P)
    Save £44*
  • Epson Expression Photo XP-760

    4 star rating
    Scan Ink AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet, Memory Card
    Save £39*
  • Samsung Xpress C480FW

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan, Fax Laser AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet
  • HP DeskJet 3630

    3.5 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB
    Save 8%*
  • Epson Expression Photo XP950 Photo Printer

    An ultra-compact all-in-one printer with the ability to print high-quality, glossy A3 phot... more
    £199.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Brother DCP-J4120DW

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan Ink Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, Memory Card
    Save £59*
  • HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M277dw

    4 star rating
    Copy, Scan, Fax Laser Flatbed AirPrint, Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet
    £237.84 (+ £7.74 P&P)
    Save £24*
  • Brother HL-1112 Laser Printer

    This Brother HL-1112 Laser Printer offers you speed and great quality. This laser printer ... more
  • Epson Workforce AL-MX200DWF 1200dpi All in One Printer

    The Epson Workforce AL-MX200DWF is a wireless LED 4-in-1 printer with standard ADF for mul... more

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Printers buyers’ guide

The digital era has revolutionised the way we transfer and store information but sometimes only a hard copy will suffice. If you’re looking to pick up a printer, Crowdstorm is the perfect place to compare the best. 

Here you can compare models from all the big names, such as HP and Epson, then click through to buy from all your favourite retailers – from Tesco and Asda to Currys and Argos.

If you’ve begun to look online for a printer but are feeling a little bewildered, don’t worry: we’re here to help. You can have a read through our buyers' guide below and get to grips with all the vital printer features and specs before making an informed decision.

Whether you’re a student looking to print essays on a cheap printer, a businessman who wants a printer with high-end specs to print reports and charts, or you simply want to print off some photos on a dedicated printer, your ideal printer is just a click away.

Laser vs Inkjet

Inkjet printers are usually considered the best option for home printing; they can print photos, graphics and text in colour but can also print in black and white to save on running costs. Standard inkjet printers are ideal if you’re looking for a cheap printer for straightforward document printing.

Inkjet printers make up the bulk of printer sales as they are generally regarded as an ‘all-rounder’ with the ability to print pretty much anything, from photos and essays to charts and diagrams. Inkjet printers can be slower and more expensive to run if you intend you use it heavily (due to inefficient use of ink and toner) and text is often not as sharp as on a laser printer.

Best for: home use, printing images, versatility

Laser printers excel at printing text and multiple sheets and tend to be quicker than standard inkjet models, but they can be bulky, heavy and noisy when printing. On the plus side, laser printers can be relatively cheap to run. Drawbacks can include not being able to print on photographic paper and not having auto-duplex, where the printer automatically prints on both sides of the paper. Laser printers can be set to print in both colour and black and white, with colour laser printers often significantly more expensive than monochrome printers.

Best for: office use, high-speed/volume printing, printing text

Other types of printer

All-in-one printers are now very popular as they have all bases covered: scanning, printing, faxing and photocopying. Modern designs have Wi-Fi or web-enabled technology, meaning you can print specific documents directly from the web without the need to use your computer. Many also have an SD card slot, meaning you can print directly from a camera, and editing options so that you can remove red-eye and imperfections directly from the printer.

LED printers are similar to laser printers, but use an LED flash rather than a laser to create the image. They have less moving parts, making them more reliable, while they also tend to be lighter and smaller than a laser equivalent. The only real downside is that laser printers tend to have the edge when it comes to image quality.

A dedicated photo printer can be great if you plan on printing photo-quality images at the click of a button. Photo printers are usually nifty and space-saving, with print-outs that are dry to the touch as soon as they come off the printer. But costs can be very high and they lack versatility, so bear this in mind when comparing features.

Dye sublimation printers differ from traditional models as they don’t use ink cartridges, instead printing using dye sublimation. Compact printers are smaller than traditional model and produce high quality photos, but this comes at a high cost: printing packs are costly.

Other important printer considerations

  • Colour versus black and white: A monochrome printer is a cheap alternative if you’re looking to mostly print text documents such as essays or reports. A black and white printer can be great if you’re on a budget and looking for a cheap printer that’s reliable. A traditional, monochrome laser model would be your best bet in this instance.
  • Wireless printers: Wireless printers use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to set up a network, meaning you can print from multiple devices in a space – you don’t even need to be in the same room. Most wireless printers have a screen with step-by-step instructions on setting up the wireless connection when you turn on the printer.
  • Duplex printing: Duplex printing allows you to automatically print on both sides of paper, saving you money. This is a great option for both office and home and is an ideal way of driving down costs.
  • Paper handling: If you’re looking to be able to print onto envelopes or cards look for a printer with a specific feed tray for different kinds of paper. Also consider the size of the tray if you print a high volume of documents; tray size can make the difference between reloading daily or monthly.
  • Total cost of ownership (TCO): TCO (the cost of ink and toner) is likely to be your biggest expense when investing in a printer. Costs vary from printer and manufacturer but as a general rule high yield ink cartridges can help keep costs down, as can separate inks for individual colours. For an estimate of cost of running add together the price of all ink and divide by the number of pages that can be printed.
  • Resolution: Resolution refers to the number of dots per inch (dpi) – or occasionally lines per inch (lpi) - that can be printed horizontally and vertically. In general, a printer with a higher resolution will produce crisper and clearer results. This may be especially important when shopping for a printer that will produce the best images. A resolution of around 1200 x 1600 dpi is around average for a printer.
  • Networking: A printer with inbuilt networking will allow the printer to be used by multiple computers in a home or an office. If you have a home network a printer’s networking capabilities should be something you bear in mind when selecting your perfect model. A printer with inbuilt Wi-Fi for networking is so convenient and means no cables or having to switch computers every time you need to print.

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