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The 3 Best AirPrint Compatible Photo Printers Under $100

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1. HP – HP Photosmart 6510 All-in-One Printer

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2. Epson – Epson WorkForce 645 All-in-One Printer

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3. Canon – Canon Pixma MG5320 All-in-One Printer

Canon PIXMA MG5320A month after Epson entered the race in AirPrint manufacturers, Canon released an update to their firmware to allow their current model wireless printers to be AirPrint compatible. All future models have included this feature, and Canon is now currently neck-and-neck with Epson in the number of available models. Canon, however, seems to be at the head of the pack in terms of quality, and at an incredible 9600 dpi, the Pixma MG5320 wears the golden crown. At around $100, it prints at a greater speed than the Photosmart or WorkForce printers, but does not boast the convenience of Instant-dry inks. It also does not allow for high-capacity cartridges, so it is best to have some back up cartridges on hand with this one.

Although other manufacturers are now joining the fray and building AirPrint and mobile device compatibility into their printers, they are only currently able to offer a limited selection of printers while the aforementioned competitors are dominating the market. In terms of quality, Canon’s Pixma MG5320 is the frontrunner, with HP’s Photosmart 6510 beating out the Epson WorkForce 645 with a better price for cartridges, which will make a large difference in the long term. Epson’s features, such as Instant-dry ink and large paper tray, do make it a good competitor for a lower initial price. Either way you choose, these three manufacturers have made it possible to get a great quality printer that is compatible with AirPrint and other mobile devices at a good price.

This post is contributed by Carla Eaton. Carla Eaton has a B.A. in Mass Media and writes on the topics of business, technology, and design. She currently blogs for inkfarm.com, who specializes in Dell printer cartridges.

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Review: AirPrinting on HP 6500A Printer

September 18, 2011 — by RG. Chew0

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My printers at home usually lasts for a couple of years so I am not really so in tuned to the latest in Printing technology.  However, I do scan all my mail and important documents to be saved on Dropbox (Yes – I have scanned mail and bills dating back a decade).  I have been doing this using a standalone flatbed scanner thru the years.

I recently decided to get a Scanner with an Automatic Document Feeding (ADF) for seamless scanning and thus found the need to get an all in one Scanner/Printer.  Having read about iOS AirPrinting I decided to look at HP’s range of Airprint enabled Printers.