When buying a printer the last thing someone wants to get a lemon. Or one that doesn’t perform as expected. A printer should be an asset not a liability. Office equipment should make your life easier, not complicate it. These printer reviews are designed to give the most relevant information to someone shopping for a printer. The strengths and weaknesses are assessed by someone who repairs them for a living. Based on a service tech’s point of view with 23 years experience, any insights are conveyed. We hope to remove any surprises when buying any printer or all-in-one.
Several printers within a specific price range or certain type are examined. The best printers are selected for review. In some cases 2 or 3 printers in the same price range are reviewed. The reviews tend to focus on durability, quality, and cost of supplies. Not that other features aren’t important, just that some are skimmed over. People know whether they could use a fax option or whether the dimensions are a problem. If in our experience we see a noteworthy trait it will be mentioned. All reviews are done with the end user’s experience in mind. We want you to get the most from the printer you are buying so you will continue to come back to this site.
This list will be updated as more reviews are added:
- Best Black & White printers under $120
- Best all-in-one for the office for under $160
- Review of the Best Color Laser Printer Under $200
- Epson Professional Inkjet Printer
- Best Color Label & Gift Tag Printer Under $100
The Printer JAM is not affiliated with any manufacturer. We are an Amazon affiliate. Truth be told, we have our favorite brands and some we despise. However, we are also capable of setting aside those biases and giving each printer before us a fair assessment. For example, should XXXXX ever actually make a printer and not a hunk of plasic pretending to be printer, we would give it a fair review. Kidding, we like all the manufacturers, certain models however…..