Best printers under $150

Here are the top inkjet and laser printers available for less than $150

If you don't have a great deal of money to spend on a printer for you home or office, don't worry -- we've put together a list of the best printers on the market that you can pick up for less than $150.

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Canon PIXMA MP270

Canon's PIXMA MP270 certainly doesn't offer the best print quality available on the market, but for its $79 price tag you get a well-built product with a reasonable scanner and decent if unspectacular photo printing abilities. It's not fast, but for what you get it is cheap.

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  • 27th April, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Canon
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  • Pros:
  • Quick and simple set up over USB, reasonable scan quality, low price for included features
  • Cons:
  • Not fast to print text or images at high quality settings, display can be confusing without reading the manual

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