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    Top 5 Best and Most Reliable All-in-One Printers in 2020

    The sheer number of all-in-one printers that are currently available in the market in 2020 has made it difficult for people to find a suitable printer model that completely fits their printing needs.

    All major printer manufacturing companies have launched several all-in-one (AIO) printers that pack print, copy, scan, and fax functions into one device.

    Top 8 Leading / Major All-in-One Printers Manufacturing Companies
    Top 8 Leading / Major All-in-One Printers Manufacturing Companies

    However, all of these devices claim to be the best in their class. So, how do you know which AIO printer is the best one for you in 2020?

    Well, you need to consider your unique needs as well as the additional features. For instance, some people will look for an AIO printer that can print at a higher speed while others may be looking for a device that can copy and scan large-size documents.

    Alternatively, if you have a big “one-time” printing project in mind, then you should definitely consider opting for a wholesale printing service, as that will make it both quicker and easier for you to print a large amount of copies for your a ton of clients in an affordable and truly professional way.

    Ultimately, that will also help to ensure that you’ll have those copies available when required, thus allowing you to deliver them to all of your clients (or target audience) in a timely fashion.

    In this post, you will find a selection of the five best and most reliable All-in-One Printers that you can find available in 2020.

    1. Epson EcoTank Pro ET-16650

    A wide-format AIO inkjet printer, the EcoTank Pro ET-16650 is commended for its low running costs (2 cents per page for both B&W and color pages). This printer uses four super-sized ink tanks that hold enough ink to print up to 6,000 color and 7,500 monochrome pages.

    The initial purchase price is a bit high on an Epson printer of this kind, but one set of ink tank cartridges can last almost a year or two.

    Epson EcoTank Pro ET-16650
    Epson EcoTank Pro ET-16650

    Epson’s PrecisionCore Heat Free technology ensures reasonably good quality in both monochrome and color prints. It can print up to 25 pages per minute.

    Key specs of the EcoTank Pro ET-16650:

    • Auto-duplexing ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
    • Can print up to 13” x 19”
    • Can scan up to 11” x 17” (Flatbed with ADF)
    • 3” color touchscreen
    • 330-sheet input paper capacity

    The printer also supports mobile connectivity, and other connectivity options for the EcoTank Pro ET-16650 include Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, USB, and Bluetooth.

    2. HP OfficeJet 3830

    A low-cost and versatile AIO printer, the OfficeJet 3830 delivers laser-quality text and near-lab-quality photo prints.

    The printer supports wireless and mobile printing. However, Ethernet networking capability is missing.

    HP OfficeJet 3830
    HP OfficeJet 3830

    It can print up to 8 monochrome and 6 color pages per minute. The per-print costs come to 9 cents for monochrome and 21 cents for color pages. The printer is eligible for the HP Instant Ink subscription program.

    If you are not opting for the ink subscription program, it’s advisable to buy high-yield (XL) cartridges to reduce ongoing printing costs.

    Key specs of the OfficeJet 3830:

    • 35-sheet ADF
    • 2” mono touchscreen
    • Can print up to letter/legal sizes
    • 60-sheet input paper capacity
    • Borderless printing

    3. Canon Color Image CLASS MF743Cdw

    It is one of the most reliable and high-performance AIO laser printers available in 2020. Consider investing in it if you don’t mind spending some extra money on buying a printer that can serve you well for the next four or five years.

    The manufacturer claims print speeds of about 28 ppm (pages per minute) for letter and 23 ppm for legal-size pages. The print quality is great overall.

    Canon Color Image CLASS MF743Cdw
    Canon Color Image CLASS MF743Cdw

    One set of XL replacement toners for the Image CLASS MF743Cdw can print up to 5,900 monochrome and 7,600 color pages. You can buy high-yield compatible Canon toners to reduce your printing costs by at least 20%.

    Key specs of the Image CLASS MF743Cdw:

    • Automatic duplex printing
    • One-pass duplex scan
    • 5” color touch panel
    • 250-sheet paper cassette and 50-sheet stack bypass
    • Can print in a variety of sizes from statements to A4

    This Canon color laser printer supports mobile and cloud printing. Other connectivity options include Ethernet, Wi-Fi, NFC, and USB.

    4. Epson WorkForce WF-7720

    A wide-format color AIO printer, the Workforce WF-7720 is suitable for low-volume print jobs in small offices and workgroups. It can print around 18 monochrome and 10 color pages per minute.

    Epson WorkForce WF-7720
    Epson WorkForce WF-7720

    From small, 4-pt text to large, 70-pt text, the text quality is good overall. The output quality is equally good when you print graphs, charts, reports, etc.

    The cost-per-print as per the advertised cartridge yield is around 3 cents for monochrome and 11 cents for color pages.

    Key specs of the WorkForce WF-7720:

    • Automatic duplex print, copy, scan, and fax
    • 35-sheet ADF
    • 3” color touchscreen
    • 500-sheet input capacity; dual-tray
    • Scan documents up to 11” x 17”
    • Borderless prints up to 13” x 19”

    Besides supporting mobile and cloud printing, standard connectivity options for the WF-7720 include Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC, and USB.

    5. Canon PIXMA TR4520

    It is one of the best options if you are looking to buy a compact (17” x 12” x 8”) AIO printer in 2020. The printer delivers an exceptional output and can print up to 9 monochrome and 5 color pages per minute.

    Although this AIO is not a consumer-grade photo printer, the Canon PIXMA TR4520 prints colorful and vibrant photos. You can print lab-quality borderless flyers, brochures, etc. with this inkjet.

    Canon PIXMA TR4520
    Canon PIXMA TR4520

    Designed for low-volume printing (up to a few hundred pages each month), the PIXMA 4520 is suitable for home and small-office use.

    Key specs of the PIXMA TR4520:

    • Automatic duplex printing
    • 20-sheet ADF for scanning and faxing
    • Flatbed scanner with ADF
    • Full dot matix LCD
    • Supports paper sizes from 4×6 to legal
    • Borderless printing
    • 100-sheet paper tray

    The basic connectivity options include Wi-Fi and USB 2.0.

    Given its low input-paper low capacity, slow print speed, and comparatively high running cost, you shouldn’t consider investing in this AIO printer if you need to print more than a few hundred pages each month.

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    My name is George Mendelson. I am the PR Media Manager at InkjetsClub, a nationwide leading ink and toner retailer. One of my passions is educating and helping people through all the issues related to Printers, Ink Cartridges and Toners.

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