Best cheap printers for small businesses

Cheap laser and inkjet printers for small business

If you're running a small business, balancing your budget can be a tricky task. Cutting down on costs like printer price and ongoing consumable use should ease the financial burden -- we've put together a list of cheap inkjet and laser printers that should help you out. Some can automatically print on both sides of a page to halve paper use, and some have very low ink or toner costs per page. Have a read through this list and you should find something to suit your business.

Running a business? Look at our guide to buying a laser printer.

Need an inbuilt scanner, fax or copier? Read the multifunction printer buying guide.

Buying an inkjet for your small business? Have a look over the inkjet printer buying guide.

Not sure what automatic duplex, Wi-Fi sharing or a waste cartridge is? Check out our guide to understanding printer specifications.

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Epson WorkForce 320

If you don't mind regularly restocking it with paper and ink, the Epson WorkForce 320 is a great choice for any office looking to buy a budget multifunction inkjet printer for occasional or regular use. It prints black text quickly, it has a good quality scanner with a very convenient automatic document feeder, and it can fax. It's one of the best office printers you can buy for a low price.

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  • 8th Nov., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Epson
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  • Pros:
  • Cheap, good quality printing and scanning for its asking price, useful and trouble-free automatic document feeder
  • Cons:
  • Low input paper capacity, low ink cartridge yield, print speeds don't completely match up with specifications, LCD screen doesn't provide much information

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