Looking to go Wireless with your printer?
Regardless of the premises you occupy and whatever your printer needs are, there are a number of sensible reasons to consider making your printer solution wireless...
||A wifi / wireless printer network means tidier work space and reduces health and safety considerations inevitable with cable connections
||The technology behind wireless connections and wi-fi networks has become more advanced and much easier to implement
||A wireless print solution offers great flexibility and maneuverability enabling you to send prints to your printer from anywhere in the wireless range area.
How do I set up a Wireless Printer environment?
There are several ways to implement a wireless / wifi printer network...
Wireless / Wifi ready Printers
The easiest and arguably the best way to set up wireless printing is to buy a wireless printer. These printers come wi-fi ready; in most cases a printer with a "W"at the end of the model number signifies it has the wireles component. View our own page on wireless printers for sale recommended by Printer Experts. Here's a few hot sellers...
Wireless Print Server
This is a neat wireless solution for creating wifi printer network. Simply plug the wireless accessory into your printer's USB socket. The wireless print servers often come with an easy to use set up program ensuring your printer is wireles easily in minutes!
Printer Experts currently offer this neat wireless print server at just £49!
One of TP-Linkís newest products the TL1500 wps is in keeping with our desire to provide high quality value products, featuring functions that make our users lives easier. When compared with our original wired print servers with regard to serviceability, usability, and compatibility, the TL1500 wps has come to a new level in technological excellence. With these functions and the addition of wireless capabilities, the TL1500 wps gives your printers the power of flight!
Connect your Printer to a Wireless Router
If your heart belongs to a printer that doesn't have a wireless printer model / version and that wont work with a wireless printer server (though almost all modern printers will). Your final option is to run your printer through a wireless router. Simply plug your printer's usb connection into your wireless router's usb socket and you're away!
Your wireless router must have a usb socket for this solution to work
For more information and advice on wireless printer solutions call a Printer Expert on 020 7378 4729 or request a callback and a printer advisor will get back you at your convenience.