You don't need dedicated CD printers to label your discs these days

In the past those of us who wanted to keep track of our latest home made CDs had one of three options. The first, and the one most commonly used by us, was to scrawl the name of the CD somewhat awkwardly in big thick black marker on the top of the discc... hardly the most artistic of solutions, but it worked. The next choice was to buy those fiddly printable CD labels what never quite worked as they were supposed to. And the third option was to fock out huge money for a dedicated CD printer.

While the latter was obviously the best approach if you wanted professional looking discs, many people found it to be much too expensive a solution and the home CD printer industry struggled to catch on among the general population.

These days, CD printers are all but obsolete. Instead you can buy yourself a good quality all in one printer which should be able to handle any task that you can throw at it in terms of CD printing. We have taken a look for some of the best on the market right now.

The Epson Stylus Photo P50 6 Colour Photo Printer might be a little more expensive than many of the budget printers available nowadays, but it does an excellent job when it comes to CD printing. You can buy it online right now from amazon.co.uk for the exceptionally reasonable price of just £113.08 including shipping.

If you're on a tighter budget, then we recommend taking a look at the Kodak ESP 5250 Multifunction Wireless Inkjet Printer, available from play.com for just £99.99 including delivery. Once again, this is a great all round printer that does a fantastic job of any CD printing you throw its way.

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