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Need to print something from your iPhone? Check out these printers

Although printers may seem like old technology in today’s world, they still are a reliable way of obtaining a physical copy of documents. Even if you are mostly using your iPhone or iPad for your everyday computing, AirPrint capable printers will keep you printing with no problems. Here are some of our favorites!

Fast monochrome printing

Brother HL-L2350DW

Staff Favorite

It doesn’t have a catchy name, but the Brother HL-L2350DW is one of the best minimalist printers you’ll find. It can reach speeds of up to 32 pages per minute and has a 250 sheet capacity tray. For pure black and white printing, you’ll find no better option.

$100 at Amazon

Affordable all-in-one laser printer

Brother Compact Laser All-In One Printer

It’s perfect for a small office environment, offering paper-saving features like two-sided printing, and time-saving features, like a 35-page capacity document feeder for unattended scanning or faxing. You can load up the MFCL2710DW with up to 250 sheets, so you don’t have to fill the paper tray continually (unless you print a lot). This is the perfect all-in-one solution for your small office.

$130 at Amazon

Premium color all-in-one

Canon Color imageCLASS

Although the Canon Color imageCLASS MF634Cdw isn’t the cheapest option out there, it’s one of the best color laser all-in-one printers on the market. With a print speed of up to 19 pages per minute, high-capacity toners, and wireless capabilities, this printer will keep up with you and your printing needs. It even has single-pass scanning so that you can scan both sides of a document at the same time!

$299 at Amazon

Top tier photo printing

Epson SureColor

If you take a lot of photos on your iPhone or DSLR, you may want to print your favorite photos for safekeeping. The Epson SureColor P600 will help you do just that. With some of the best photo-quality printing around, 5760 x 1440 dpi max resolution, and Ethernet connection capable, this print won’t let you down. The SureColor P600 is a little bulkier than some of the other inkjet printers around, measuring about 16.7 x 24.2 x 32 inches, Make sure you have a big enough space to accommodate it.

$716 at Amazon

Affordable option

HP OfficeJet 3830

If you only need a printer for personal use and don’t feel the need to spend a lot of money, this cheap, all-in-one printer fits the bill. With an easy-to-use LCD display, you can have your printer set up in just minutes! Printing, faxing, copying, and scanning and all Wireless connectivity you could need. No matter what device you print from, the HP OfficeJet 3830 has got your back.

$60 at Amazon

Most portable

Canon Pixma iP110

Sometimes the ability to transport a printer from place to place can be useful when working in multiple locations, and Canon Pixma iP110 is one of the best compact printers out there. It can print about nine pages per minute, and you can even get a battery for it, so you don’t even have to plug it in!

$150 at Amazon

Laser, ink, color, or monochrome

Whether you need an all-in-one inkjet color printer or a monochrome laser printer, AirPrint capable printers are the easiest way to print from your iPhone, iPad, Macbook, or Mac! Of course, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know what you’re getting yourself into before you buy one.

Laser printers are faster and less expensive over time than their ink counterparts; however, they typically are more expensive upfront. If you print a lot of documents, forms, school assignments, or anything else that doesn’t require color, the Brother HL-L2350DW is probably one of the most straightforward and useful printers I have ever used.

Ink printers are usually cheaper to buy upfront, but the cost of ink replacements over time can usually make those savings mute. Of course, if printing in color is important to you, ink printers can offer you some pretty vibrant photos. The HP OfficeJet 3830 may be an ink printer, but it can do everything you can possibly want a home printer to do, including copying and scanning.

Source of the article – iMore