Excerpt: The HP Deskjet 3745 is the most compact printer on test and it could squeeze into the smallest corners of your desk - especially when its paper tray is folded away. Better still, nothing about this unit feels flimsy or like it might come loose in your hands, which is an impressive feat considering its low price. It mirrors the basic set of features of the Canon Pixma iP1500, with two ink tanks and basic paper-handling capabilities.
Excerpt: Like the C46, the DeskJet 3745 is a simple, inexpensive printer. It has higher print speeds and greater resolution than the Epson, but its paper handling is a little more compromised. It has an 80-sheet input tray, and makes do with simple paper output guides rather than the sturdy trays that feature on both Epson printers. The 3745 uses HP's older #27 and #28 ink cartridges. This isn't a big drawback as the newer supplies don't provide greatly improved print quality.