Print Without Limits.
Today’s printers can print beautiful photos and professional-looking documents, but they’re also capable of lots more. Home and small office printers are generally broken down into two types: inkjet and laser. Inkjet printers are easy to use, affordable, and produce great results, making them great for casual use and home businesses. Laser printers are also good in the home, but their fast printing speed, low cost per page and top quality output also make them ideal for small and medium-sized businesses. All inkjet printers create full colour documents, while laser printers are available in monochrome (black and white) and colour models. Choose the printer that meets your needs from well-known brands like HP, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Brother, and Kodak.
Slip some photo paper into one of these inkjet printers, hit the Print button, and you’ll get high quality photographs for an affordable price. They’re not just for photos – documents will come out looking sharp and professional in full colour.
All-in-one / Multifunction Printers
These multi-tasking machines can print and so much more. All-in-ones can include high-res scanners, fax machines, multi-feed paper trays, and the ability to print on both sides of the paper. Some network printer models include wireless capabilities, so they can connect to your existing wireless network and accept print jobs from any computer, smartphone, or tablet on the network. Models equipped with HP ePrint technology can print from emails, so you can basically print from anywhere you can send email. You can even get multi-function printers equipped with memory card slots and LCD screens, so you can print photos directly from your camera’s memory card without having to transfer it to your computer.
Sometimes you need to print on something other than just regular paper. Get more organized with a label printer or take a portable thermal printer with you so you can print from your mobile device on the road.
Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printers allow you to print three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional digital designs. Using specific materials, the 3D printer builds your object in thin slices from the ground up, layer by layer until completed. Previously hampered by size and price constraints, 3D printers have become more accessible to the general public. Increasingly popular with designers and other artists, they open up the world of 3D creation from the dreams and designs of your imagination.