14 February 2013 by Permi Krishna
Most of the all-in-one photo printers are inkjets because this technology best suits the regular user's quality requisite and price range. The best all-in-one photo printers print, scan and copy the photos and can occasionally be used to print plain documents, greeting cards and invitations. These printers also support versatile paper handling features like automatic two-sided printing, saving you paper and time. The best all-in-one photo printers also offer pretty decent speed and quality.
Some of the best all-in-one printers, like those from Epson allow you to print your photos directly from your iPhone or iPad via AirPrint. While printing photos at home, or at workplaces, wireless support, along with Ethernet support for your printers bring about maximum convenience while sharing printer among multiple users. Advanced printers under this zone (all-in-one photo printers) grant 2.5" touch panel displays for viewing, editing and printing of photos on your memory chips read using built-in card slots.