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For the home settings, the best wireless printers are from Canon, Epson with Brother also making an appearance. As a rule these should be lightweight, portable, with cost saving features such as duplex printing, long lasting cartridges, have a multitude of connectivity options such as AirPrint compatibility that allows you to print right from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch wirelessly and with virtually no setup.

Improved photo software, low running costs, longer-lasting inks are the things which you look for in the best wireless printers for home.

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HP Envy 5540

HP Envy 5540 All-in-One


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HP Envy 5540 All-in-One
HP OfficeJet 4650 All-in-One
Canon Pixma MG5720 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
Canon Pixma MG6820 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
HP Envy 4520 All-in-One
HP Envy 5540 All-in-One
HP OfficeJet 4650 All-in-One
Canon Pixma MG5720 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
Canon Pixma MG6820 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
HP Envy 4520 All-in-One
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Release Date
Oct 2015
Oct 2015
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Nov 2015
Oct 2015
Printer Type
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Photo All-Purpose
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Standard All-Purpose
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Photo All-Purpose
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Photo All-Purpose
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Photo All-Purpose
Connectivity Technology
USB, Wireless
USB, Wireless
USB, Wireless
USB, Wireless
USB, Wireless
Output Type
1-pass color
1-pass color
1-pass color
1-pass color
1-pass color
Cost Per Page (Mono)
5.8 cents
6.7 cents
4.7 cents
4.7 cents
6.6 cents
Cost Per Page (Color)
15.2 cents
17.0 cents
13.7 cents
13.7 cents
17.0 cents

  • Designed as an inkjet multifunction printer primarily for home use, the HP Envy 5540 All-in-One Printer can print, scan, copy, print through the cloud, and print directly from mobile devices.


  • The Envy 5540 is good value for people who need to produce a lot of colour documents or photo prints, and provides good quality for such a low-cost printer. However, simple mono text documents remain relatively expensive and there are cheaper options available if you need to print a lot of mono documents on a regular basis.


  • This inexpensive, light-duty color inkjet churns out excellent-looking prints, scans, and copies—and, if you commit to Instant Ink, does so at a reasonable cost per page.


  • The HP OfficeJet 4650 All-in-One Printer offers office-centric features, including faxing and an automatic document feeder, in an inkjet multifunction printer suitable for a home office.


  • This entry-level Officejet prints, scans, and copies well, and with Instant Ink, inexpensively. It’s a good value if you can tolerate its exceptionally slow print speeds.


  • I didn’t care much for these little printers because they cost too much use, but HP’s Instant Ink addresses that one huge shortcoming, well.


  • The Canon Pixma MG5720 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One delivers better output quality than most inkjet multifunction printers, making it ideal for home use or as a light-duty personal printer.


  • This is a tough one. Canon’s three new photo printers provide additional productivity and convenience features with each product step up, but if all you want is basic photo printing, the MG5720 is a good place to start.


  • The Canon Pixma MG6820 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One offers above-par photo quality and speedy photo-printing, making it a good fit for home use.


  • The mobile connectivity is good, but this inkjet AIO's ho-hum print speeds and high cost per page relegate it to light duty for casual home use. (Look for it as a dark-horse bargain on sale, though.)


  • Do you need a good photo printer? This is a good one, but Canon’s 6-ink photo printers produce better-looking photos, but not by so much that everybody would notice.


  • Meant for home use, the HP Envy 4520 inkjet multifunction printer delivers higher quality for photos and graphics than for text, along with faster printing for photos than for business applications.


  • This entry-level inkjet delivers sharp, well-defined output—and, with an Instant Ink subscription, does so inexpensively. It’s a handy little AIO for modest printing needs if you can tolerate the sluggish print speeds.


  • The thing is that these Envy models have been good personal or family printers all along, as long as you don’t try to print too much. This is, after all, a low-volume printer. If that’s what you need, this is a pretty good one.


Top 5 wireless printer for home:

  1. HP Envy 5540 All-in-One
  2. HP OfficeJet 4650 All-in-One
  3. Canon Pixma MG5720 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
  4. Canon Pixma MG6820 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One
  5. HP Envy 4520 All-in-One