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Top 5 Cheapest printers to run

Top 5 Cheapest printers to run

10th Apr 2015

Having a great printer in your home or business can always come in handy at times you may least expect. However, not everyone wants to work hard just to pay tons of money for a printer and that’s very understandable. We are here to talk about some of the cheapest printers. Surely you’re anxious to know about some of these printers and the specs, so let’s go ahead and get into it.

1. Samsung Xpress M2835DW


Are you looking for a good mono laser printer? If so, the Samsung Xpress M2835DW may be one of the printers you should take a look at. If you are someone who does a lot of printing in black and white, this is a very likely candidate for you. This printer is not one to look for if you need colour prints, scanning or copying. The Samsung Xpress M2835DW is known for putting out fast prints of text.

An added bonus with this is that it is also Wi-Fi capable if you need it.

2. HP Officejet Pro 276dw

RRP: $437.69

To some, the HP Officejet Pro 276dw might appear a little bit on the bulky side upon first look. However, you may want to rethink your position on this one once you know how many features it comes with. This printer can print, scan, fax and copy. On top of that, the tray on top can be used for your documents you need done double-sided. Therefore, this one does just about everything and definitely should help keep your printing costs down.

Want to know a few more interesting facts? The HP Officejet Pro 276dw is Wi-Fi capable, has memory card slots and a screen to see previews.

3. Brother MFC-J470DW

Brother MFC-J470DW


The Brother MFC-J470DW might appear to be a bit “old school” to some, but it is still a trusted printer many turn to. While appearances may be deceiving, guess what? This “old school” Brother MFC-J470DW has what is called web connect that comes in handy for online media platforms. It also has Ethernet slots and can easily be used to print from your wireless devices on your network.

Like the HP Officejet Pro 276dw, it also has a tray. However, its try can only be used for scanning, copying and faxing.

4. Epson Workforce WF-3620

Epson Workforce WF-3620


If your home or office needs a printer that can handle tons of documents being printed at once, take a look at the Epson Workforce WF-3620. As you shop around, you may find like so many others that this is said to be one of the best Epson printers around for handling large printing jobs. While it’s not necessarily known for its photo quality, it’s Wi-Fi capable and has faxing and auto-duplexing features.

5. Canon MG3560

Canon MG3560


If you have been wondering which of these is the cheapest, it’s the Canon MG3560. Though you will generally find this one priced under $100, it definitely holds its own in terms of features. If you can handle a printer that is a bit noisy yet does the job many times over, try this printer out in your home or office. The Canon MG3560 does everything that all of the other printers mentioned here except fax. The only thing you may slight it for is for being a bit noisy at times.

Do you believe you have seen the printer you will choose here? Before making your choice of printer, always be sure to check out all features. Being sure that the printer you are looking at measures up to your needs is always key.