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Apple devices such as the iPad can only print stuff out to AirPrint compatible printers. AirPrint is a printing technology developed by Apple that lets you print without the need to download or install drivers beforehand.
Although this technology is built into most current model printers, it is unfortunately not available on all printers. So if you need to get an AirPrint compatible printer for your iPad, then you need to check out this list of some of the best AirPrint printers!
The Brother DCP-J525W is an A4 inkjet all-in-one printer which offers office-grade performance, but fits right in at home with its sleek black styling and compact form.
Featuring fast yet high-quality printing, scanning and copying, it is also wireless network-enabled as standard, giving you the flexibility to print from anywhere in your home.
Other benefits include the ability to print 4×6 photos in just 15 seconds, 6,000 x 1,200 DPI printing resolution, a 4.9 centimetre colour LCD screen with touch panel, and up to 19,200 DPI scanning resolution.
Canon PIXMA MG8250
The Canon PIXMA MG8250 is a premium wireless all-in-one inkjet printer that is AirPrint compatible. With an intelligent touch system for quick and easy operation, it boasts photolab-quality printing capabilities, and the scanner is able to scan 35mm film negatives!
Other features include the ability to print directly onto CD and DVD discs, full duplex printing support (enabling you to print on both sides of the paper automatically), and it is also an Internet-ready printer – so if you are not at home, you can still send something to print to it.
According to Canon, it has a stylish design that is inspired by their iconic EOS range of digital SLR cameras – making it fit right in whether its used at home or in the office.
Epson Stylus Photo PX730WD
The Epson Stylus Photo PX730WD is specifically designed for photographers, and allows users to print high-definition photos, as well as scan and copy from anywhere in the home thanks to its Wi-Fi and AirPrint connectivity.
It is ideal for photo printing, as it uses Epson’s unique Claria Photographic Ink, which has been developed to deliver better-than-lab-quality results with every print job. This printer complements the latest digital SLR and compact cameras, yet it is also versatile enough for the whole household to use for their non-photo printing needs.
A dual paper trays allow you to easily switch between standard and photo paper during printing, by automatically selecting the correct tray.
HP Envy 120
The HP Envy 120 is an easy-to-use, all-in-one printer designed for home users. Stylish and sleek, it’s right at home pretty much anywhere in your home, and offers both iPad (as well as other iOS devices) and wireless printing options.
Printing straight from your iPad is really quick and simple thanks to the Apple AirPrint technology, and you can also scan to email, make quick photocopies, and print lab-quality photos and standard documents with ease. Plus, if you also have an iPhone, the front-facing USB port is even optimised to charge it!
This iPad printing review was brought to you by Amie Gibbons a blogger for a UK Printing Company Data Print.