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bl17z90 01-11-2013 01:25 PM

Printing
 
Hey guys I'm new to this forum and was curious if someone who knows a good bit about printers can help me out.

I have an iphone, an ipad, a macbook pro, and a macbook. I also have windows on both laptops for school and random game purposes.

What I am looking for is a printer that I can put on my network and print to from any of these devices that is color, prints good photos, and if at all possible has a paper trey (my girlfriend is a little wierd about top loads)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!!!

osxx 01-11-2013 01:43 PM

Epson Artisan has both wireless and ethernet capability besides having Airprint for iDevices.
It also has seperate trays for paper and photo.

bl17z90 01-11-2013 01:50 PM

Do you have a good place you recommend to buy it? All thats around here is Best Buy =/

pigoo3 01-11-2013 01:53 PM

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Originally Posted by bl17z90 (Post 1486457)
Do you have a good place you recommend to buy it? All thats around here is Best Buy =/

Lots of places on the internet.:)

We also have no idea where you are physically located....which makes it very very difficult to recommend a local store!;)

- Nick

bl17z90 01-11-2013 01:58 PM

Good point, I actually usually buy online so it was just goofy for me to even mention a store. I found it on amazon for about 200, I'm gonna hang onto the page until I put my desk back together and get my office back in shape then I'll look into it more I think.

pigoo3 01-11-2013 02:32 PM

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Originally Posted by bl17z90 (Post 1486462)
Good point, I actually usually buy online so it was just goofy for me to even mention a store. I found it on amazon for about 200, I'm gonna hang onto the page until I put my desk back together and get my office back in shape then I'll look into it more I think.

Sounds good!:) When you mentioned your local Best Buy...it sort of seemed like you were looking to purchase the printer today...locally. I think that many folks these days shop for electronic items via the internet. Local stores (those that are left) usually just don't have the selection & prices to match online deals (assuming shipping is free or reasonable).

Good luck,:)

- Nick

bl17z90 01-11-2013 02:38 PM

Not to mention most of their employees are terrible.....

chscag 01-11-2013 02:53 PM

You can use any printer that you currently own if you wish, no need to buy a new one. All you need is the "Printopia" application. I use it with several of my printers, none of which are air worthy or even wireless. It's magic!


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