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? Check out the best wireless printers right here.

Excellent all-in-one: Canon Pixma TS9520

Editor's choice

This inkjet can print, scan, and copy, but it won't take up much room on your desk. Connect with Wi-Fi or myriad services, like AirPrint and Mopria.

$180 at Amazon

Monochrome laser printing: Brother HL-L2350DW

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.

$100 at Amazon

Budget all-in-one: HP OfficeJet 3830

The 3830 can print, scan, copy, and fax, yet it's available at an unbeatable price. Connect with Wi-Fi, the HP ePrint app, or AirPrint for easy management.

$50 at Amazon

For the home office: Brother MFC-J5330DW

Duplex print, scan, copy, and fax with this inkjet that features a color display and vast ink reserves. Connect with Wi-Fi and all popular cloud services.

$170 at Amazon

Deep ink reserves: Epson EcoTank ET-2750

The Epson EcoTank ET-2750 should be able to print about 6,500 black and white pages before needing a replacement. Connect with Wi-Fi and popular print apps.

$249 at Amazon

Great for photos: Canon Selphy CP1300

This compact printer handles up to 4x6 prints, and it has an optional battery you can use to take it on the go. Connect with Wi-Fi or Canon's PRINT app.

$100 at Amazon

If we're making some suggestions

All of the above printers have a place in a particular 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 well-rounded all-in-one printer that can handle your household's needs, check out the Canon PIXMA TS9520.

It can print, scan, and copy, all controllable with the 4.3-inch touch display or multiple printing service apps. Plug in an SD card for easy transfers, or connect with Wi-Fi to quickly drop tasks into the queue. With paper support up to 11 x 17 inches and as small as 3.5 x 3.5 inches, you shouldn't need to take your printing anywhere else except for large specialized jobs.

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