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Wifi Printers

By Edited Oct 6, 2015 0 1

Technology today grows leaps and bounds everyday, but the invention of Wi-Fi is by far one of the most useful and convenient technological invention in recent decades. Wi-Fi technology is used in everything from personal computers, printers, cell phones, and video games. In fact, some might argue that WiFi printers are among the best of those instruments that have been improved by Wi-Fi.

Let's face it; the biggest benefit of wireless computers or printers is the lack of cords and wires. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to organize the multitude of cords that come with anything technical. Going wireless is a convenience that many do not mind paying for, as wireless items tend to be pricier than their tied down counterparts. Still, most would argue the price increase is well worth the hassle free lifestyle WiFi provides.

Another consideration is that if you are using a printer that is not tied down by cables connecting to your computer, you can place that printer almost anywhere in the house or office and still be able to use it. You would also be able to hook as many computers up to that one printer as you wish, as long as they use WiFi as well. This offers up so much freedom for people in large offices of those who like to use their laptop while watching TV in the living room yet still needs to print a document.

There are many wireless printers to choose from but the Canon inkjet printer provides you with one of the most economical options. Canon is among the most reputable companies and the inkjet technology typically costs less than a laser printer. However, one consideration would be that an inkjet printer uses an ink cartridge that can become costly over time (depending on your usage) and some people consider a laser printer the more economical option in the long run. This is because you do not have to provide laser printers with ink, ever.

In the end, choosing WiFi printers will save you a lot of hassle and time, which in turn saves you money. Research your options before making a printer purchase by utilizing the Internet. Read reviews and compare prices at both online and local retailers for the best price. In the end, you will be very glad you went wireless and will soon begin to search out what else you can make cable free.



Apr 22, 2010 9:22pm
Very cool I had no idea they had WiFi printers yet. Actually I just trashed my old ink jet from 5 years ago that sucks up ink like crazy. Looks like a cool option to go for my replacement printer tomorrow.
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