So the time has come where printing stuff off at your local library is no longer an option. Maybe you’re setting up a home office, or maybe you just want a cheaper alternative. Either way, you need a new printer and don’t want to break the bank getting a good one.
That’s where we come in. We’ve put together a list of some of the very best printers under $100 which are available right now. We’ve managed to find a pretty good range of products, one suited to every possible need, so we’re confident you’ll find one that you like.
The Four Best Printers For Under 100 Dollars
In the table below you’ll notice that we’ve listed the name of each product we’ll be reviewing, as well as a couple of its relevant specifications. Don’t go making a decision just yet though as we’ll be going more in-depth which each shortly.
|Product Name||Screen Size||Maximum DPI|
|Canon MG2520 Color Photo Printer||None||4800 x 600|
|Brother HL-L2300D Monochrome Laser Printer||None||2400 x 600
|Epson WF-2760 All-in-One||2.7”||4800 x 1200|
|Brother Printer MFC-J680DW||2.7”||6000 x 1200|
Now that you’ve seen a little information about our top recommendations, let’s take a closer look at them individually. We’ll be looking for any strengths they might have, any weaknesses and more importantly, trying to decide whether each is right for you. Let’s begin with the Canon MG2520 Color Photo Printer.