Listen, we honor the paperless route for sharing documents and spreadsheets (thanks, Google Drive). But, in many instances, you just need to print that thing.
Long story short, having an at-home printer in your office is the versatile best friend you should consider investing in.
And we’re not just talking about printing important files for work (though they’re important for a reason). The home office essential is your go-to for printing family portraits, curating DIY art projects and even making homemade birthday cards (we’ve done it, and we love it).
What’s more, we rounded up the best 3D printers, photo printers, and even shipping label printers for you to shop.
There are many models on the market with assorted ink cartridges that’ll turn your blank white sheets into professional papers and creative canvases. But, don’t fret — they won’t take up much space near your office desk.
In order to help narrow down your search, The New York Post consulted Nick Lucido, a printing expert at HP, to answer common FAQs.
Below, find the best printers across all different models, budgets and styles. There’s sure to be at least one you’re ready to welcome into your space for sweet, at-home convenience.
Click to jump to our FAQ with the expert.
Best At-Home Printers
- Dimensions: 16 (W) x 9 (D) x 14 (H) inches
For an at-home printer that’s worth the splurge, consider the HP Smart Tank Wireless All-in-One Printer from Office Depot. Not only does it come with two years of ink included, but it’s the heavy duty printer that can copy and scan — all wireless.
Enter one of Amazon’s favorite printers (labeled a “Choice” item): the Canon Pixma. Just shy of $60, this compact model doesn’t have many frills, but the fact that it’s WiFi-enabled and does the job is certainly a thrill.