Printers Archive

Fujifilm Instax SP-3 Mobile Printer Review

Who could forget the magic of a Polaroid camera? It was the world’s first “instant gratification” photo system at a time that processing pictures would take many days of waiting. Of course, these days, instant gratification means thousands of high quality photos or videos instantly snapped, stored, and shared with the world from the smartphone in your pocket. Even in our increasingly digital world, there’s …

Canon SELPHY CP1300 Wireless Compact Photo Printer Review

Anyone old enough to remember a time before digital photography likely has fond memories of Polaroid cameras. At a time when viewing photos typically required handling film correctly, a trip to the drug store or photo lab, days of waiting for processing, and anxiously flipping through a stack of photos to see if any looked good, the Polaroid was a magical device. The near-instant gratification …

Review of the HP ENVY Photo 7855 All-In-One Printer

With all the fascinating new technology that gets released on a regular basis, it’s not often we take a look at the humble printer. While printers were once a significant investment that home users and businesses paid to maintain and repair, over time manufacturers have released significantly less expensive options. While this may simply be a result of reduced production costs, many suspect that the …

HP DeskJet 2655 All-in-One Compact Printer Review

When it comes to printers, it’s hard to know how low the price can go. Historically speaking, affordable printers were best to be avoided. They used to offer bare-bones functionality, mediocre (at best) print quality, and low yield ink that can add up in expenses for anyone who dares print a moderate volume of pages. Today, however, the industry is different. Even the cheapest printers …

Canon imageCLASS D570 Monochrome Laser Printer Review

When you run a home office, choosing the right printer can be a challenge. You want something that can handle your workload, capable of churning out page after page of document without fail. There’s also the need for the printer to be compatible with every computer in your office, and you don’t want friends and staff to struggle getting it running. Additionally, you want it …