If you've jumped on board with the millions who have either created a Wi-Fi network at home, or have access to one at the office, (or are planning on doing so soon) the ability to print documents without "plugging in" is no doubt a feature of Wi-Fi that you will greatly appreciate.
When it comes to printing through Wi-Fi you have three basic options to get the job done.
I personally have only been able to find two such printers commonly available, the Epson C84WN and the HP 5850. Of the two, the Epson can't easily be found in stores and is essentially just a standard printer with a Wi-Fi print adapter added externally, and a with a $200 price to match. On the other hand, HP is readily available and much more price competitive. I purchased one for just under $100 at a Sam's Club, which is less money than it would have cost to purchase a Wireless Print Server to connect the printer I already owned to my Wi-Fi Network.
Regardless of which option best fits your individual needs, the ability to print through "thin air" will certainly enhance the productivity and enjoyment of having a Wi-Fi network.
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