HP's OfficeJet Pro 8025 produces good-looking output at a low cost per page enabled by the Instant Ink program. It's a sensible solution for small offices and workgroups that have light- or medium-duty output needs.
Canon's imageClass MF445dw prints well at impressive speed for the price, making it a good value among mono laser all-in-ones.
Brother's budget-priced MFC-J491DW inkjet all-in-one is a strong pick for homes and small offices that need only occasional output but would benefit from a built-in document feeder.
Canon's Selphy Square QX10 is a portable, if not quite pocket-size, photo printer based on dye sublimation technology. It prints vivid smartphone pics at acceptable running costs.
The first entry-level, cartridge-free mono laser, the HP Neverstop 1001nw prints for a fraction of the cost of its closest competitors, making it a terrific choice for producing up to a couple of thousand pages each month.