The Sturdiest Printers on the Market
With so many printers on the market, it’s hard to pinpoint what is the best printer for you – mainly because it all depends on what you want to do with it. There are many types of sturdy printers on the market, ranging from inkjets to laserjets, from portables to large workhorses, with different types of features and extras that make it even more appealing. Here are some of our picks for durable printers for a good price:

HP Officejet Pro 8600 e-All-in-One
Sometimes size means durability: that’s definitely the case with the HP OfficeJet Pro 8600. This powerhouse of an all-in-one printer is ready for high-volume printing needs, with a 250-sheet paper input capacity, cloud printing, auto-duplexing, and top-quality prints. An upgrade from the 8500, it features a better color touch screen, sleeker design, and faster prints. Resourceful, dependable, durable – this printer is one of the best on the market with a smaller price tag.

Epson Stylus NX430 Small-in-One All-in-One
Despite the compact size, the Stylus NX430 offers great print, scan, and copy features for a solid investment. With high-quality photos and documents, it performs twice as fast as four other competitive models, and yields greater print numbers with optional extra-large-capacity ink refill tanks. It does lack an Ethernet port for wired networking, but this Epson printer will last and last.

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Epson WorkForce 845 All-in-One
This budget printer is slightly more expensive than other competing inkjet printers, but makes up for it with great hardware working overtime in auto-duplexing, wireless networking, and mobile print support. Great for any size office, this multifunction device works well for high volume documents, photos, and presentation print jobs.

Lexmark Prevail Pro705
Designed for office use, the Lexmark Prevail Pro705 is a strong competitor for text-based document prints. The affordable and speedy printer offers wireless connectivity, an auto document feeder and duplexer, and a five-year warranty. Photo quality won’t be very high, but it will be a helpful and reliable office assistant.

Kodak Office Hero 6.1 All-in-One
With low-cost ink tanks and a variety of connection options, this Kodak printer is a worthwhile device if you don’t mind the wait for your prints. A generous 200-sheet paper input capacity, a 35-sheet auto document feeder, and a high-resolution scanner this printer will not only be sturdy and durable but great for hands-free scanning and extra options. The Hero line is built for professionals for need multifunction devices with diverse features.

Choosing the right printer is a daunting task. Make sure the printer you purchase fits your needs, fits your wallet, and will live a long time. Investing money into a printer that lasts will be more economically sound than buying a cheaper one that only lasts a year. Don’t fall into that consumer trap – do your research and find durable, sturdy printers on the market.

Carla Eaton has a B.A. in Mass Media with a Minor in Art and Design. She enjoys writing on the topics of business, technology, and design, and currently blogs for, who specializes in Canon ink cartridges.

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