You don't mention important considerations like budget, minimum print volume, hoped for quality, how much premium you put on having support (or will @cyllindric assume that role by default- )
"I dont want a build your own or something complex to setup and use."
Low price printers come with minimal support or the companies supplying them go out of business rapidly.
So you can go for printer like the Up Box, or the Ultimaker 2 Go and retain a reasonable expectation of receiving support from the manufacturer.
Or you can go for something lik the Wanhao i3 and rely on the fact that it is a chinese knock off of a reprap from China and that someone in the RepRap community might be able to help you if you have problems.
All these printers are available now - avoiding Kickstarter issues.
I bought an LCD based resin printer called the iBox, from either Kickstarter or Indiegogo - on the basis that it was cheap - so I wasn't risking much. In the event I waste the £100 or so it cost as it didn't work properly and the people behind the campaign were swamped with issues and eventually gave up.