Best Wireless Printers Windows Central 2019

Connecting a printer to your PC or network doesn't mean you have to worry about finding the right cables and hooking everything up. Instead, why not use Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, or NFC for simple, clutter-free connections to all your devices? To help you decide which wireless printer is right for you, we've rounded up a bunch of the best for a variety of uses and environments.

Color laser printing: HP LaserJet Pro M254dw

HP's laser printer spits out about 22 color pages per minute, can duplex print both sides, and it can handle connections over Wi-Fi, through the HP Smart app, or directly from a USB drive. A 2.7-inch pop-up display allows for easy control and keeps you informed about the print job, and the high-volume toner cartridges allow for longer printing before requiring replacement.

$250 at HP

Budget laser printing: Brother HL-L2350DW

Not everyone needs color in their printing life, and the Brother HL-L2350DW can deliver. This monochrome laser printer puts out about 32 pages per minute and can duplex print to save paper. Connect wirelessly over Wi-Fi or via USB, and enjoy relatively low-cost and long-lasting toner replacements. If you need a solid office printer strictly for documents, this is it.

$107 at Amazon

Best all-in-one: HP OfficeJet Pro 8720

This all-in-one workhorse includes print, copy, scan, and fax functions, and it includes Wi-Fi, Ethernet, NFC, USB, and HP Smart app connectivity to make your life easy. It can print about 24 black and white pages per minute (down to 20 with color), and it has a 4.3-inch touch display that gives you full control of the machine.

$180 at HP

Great value: Canon TS9120

If you'd like to spend well less than $100 on an all-in-one printer that can print, copy, and scan, check out the Canon TS9120. It connects via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, and popular print apps, and it can produce about 15 black-and-white pages per minute. A 5-inch touch display on the front makes it easy to control each print job.

$70 at Amazon

Deep ink reserves: Epson EcoTank ET-2750

Constantly buying new ink for a printer is a drag, but the Epson EcoTank ET-2750's reserves should be able print about 6,500 black and white pages (5,200 color pages) before needing a replacement. Considering the overall cost for this all-in-one (print, copy, and scan), anyone who prints a lot should get their money's worth. Connect over Wi-Fi, with popular apps, or straight from USB.

$250 at Amazon

Great for photos: Canon Selpy CP1300

This compact photo printer handles up to 4-inch by 6-inch prints, and it has an optional battery pack you can use to take it on the go. Connect with Wi-Fi, Canon's PRINT app, or USB, and control everything from a built-in 3.2-inch display. Paper and ink cartridge replacements for about 100 prints can be had for about $32.

$100 at Amazon

If we're making some suggestions

All of the above printers have a place in a certain home or office, but if you've gone through the list and still can't decide where to start, we have some suggestions. If you need a centerpiece for your small office, HP's OfficeJet Pro 8720 can handle a relatively high volume of printing, scanning, copying, and faxing. If you hate paying for ink and have lots to print, Epson's EcoTank ET-2750 could be the printer that makes your life a whole lot easier, and if you just want an affordable all-in-one, check out Canon's TS9120 that costs well less than $100.

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