What’s the best office printer for you?
What’s your favorite office printer?
Is it the new Apple iPad Pro?
Or the new Dell XPS 13 Pro?
The answer depends on your budget.
But it doesn’t really matter.
If you’re spending more than $1,500 per year on office equipment or printing, you should probably get a printer you can actually use.
Here are the best options.
Editor’s note: This post was updated on September 27, 2018 at 11:56am ET to clarify the price tag on Dell Xps 13 Pro.
The Dell Xprinter, like other Dell printers, is a solid performer.
It comes in three models: XPS, XPS Max and XPS Pro.
But Dell is giving customers two new models for this year.
The XPS 15 Pro features a 10-inch touchscreen, a 13.3-inch 1080p display, a 2,500mAh battery, and an Intel Core i7-3930QM processor.
The price is $1.49 million.
The 15 Pro comes with a faster Core i5-4430U processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 1TB HDD.
It also comes with an optional keyboard cover, built-in webcam, and USB-C ports.
Dell also says the 15 Pro is the only Dell printer to offer a USB-3 port.
The 15 Pro also comes in a few colors, like purple and white, but we prefer the purple.
The matte finish makes it easy to read and we think it looks great.
The only downside is that you need to order the printer on Amazon.
But you can also buy it on Dell’s website.
The XPS XPS is the priciest printer.
It offers a 10.6-inch 1280×800 screen with a 1080p resolution.
It has an Intel Xeon E5-2660V, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1.65GHz Intel Core m3 CPU, 2TB hard drive, and 802.11ac WiFi.
The $1.,500 price tag is the same as the Dell XPrinter.
It features a 13-inch display, an Intel Atom Z3520 quad-core processor, up, 16GB of SSD storage, a 16GB SSD drive, a fingerprint reader, and 2TB of hard drive space.
You can also upgrade the battery and SSD capacity with an external USB 3.0 cable.
The 14-inch XPS 14 has a similar price tag.
It’s also a 10:1 tablet display with a 1280×960 resolution and an 8-megapixel camera.
You’ll need an external battery and the same storage.
The $1 and $2.49 models are for the XPS line of printers.
If this is your budget, you can get the Xprinters in the $3 and $4 price brackets.
The more expensive model is the $7.49 model.
The 13- and 14- inch XPS models have the same display and processor.
But they have different colors and different RAM capacities.
We like the purple and red versions.
The 11-inch and 15-inch printers come with an 8GB SSD.
If your printer has more than 4GB RAM, you’ll need to add an external drive.
We’ve tested both models and we recommend the Xps 15 Pro for most users.
The 17-inch x 7.5-inch MacBook Pro, which we reviewed recently, comes with the same resolution, display, and processor as the XPrinters.
But it comes with 4GB and 8GB of storage.
We prefer the 13- or 14- or 15- inch models.
The Apple iPad Pros, which came out last year, feature an 8th-generation Intel Core M processor.
If that processor is not your budget printer, you could consider the X2 Pro.
The 12-inch model costs $1 million.
The 12- and 13- inch iPads also come with the 8GB RAM.
We love the color options and the keyboard cover.
The 13- for the 12- inch model is matte and the 15 for the 13 is glossy.
The 16- and 18-inch models come with a higher resolution, too.
If you have a budget of $1-2,500, you might want to get the Dell Inspiron 15 Pro, the 13.5 inches and 15.6 inches of the Dell 13-incher, or the 14-inchers.