Best inkjet printers for back to school

If you're looking for a printer for school assignments, essays or papers, check these models out

Printing for schoolwork doesn't need to be great quality, but whatever printer you're using has to have plenty of features. Scanning is an important inclusion, as is printing over USB and Wi-Fi.

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Dell V715w

The V715w has good features for a low-volume small or home office, but take care to avoid the very expensive standard-size inks.

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  • 7th July, 2011
  • Jon L. Jacobi and Melissa Riofrio
  • Dell
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  • Wi-Fi and fax are standard
  • Cons:
  • Pricey standard-size inks
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