WiFi Laser Printers For Mac OSX
Mac users can enjoy wireless printing without breaking your budget. Nothing beats a laser printer for fast black and white or color printing needs at a low cost per-page. With 802.11 models, enjoy additional freedom to print from your Mac to anywhere within wireless range in your house or around the office. And the money you'll save on a laser over inkjet expenses will offset the slight price premium of a Wi-Fi enabled printer.
Black and White Wireless Lasers For MacEven if you own a color-inkjet - many Apple computer users want more flexibility when it comes to high-volume document printing. Whether for a business or small home office - wireless printing give great flexibility in placement, and a B&W laser delivers the lowest cost per page of any printing technology.
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Wireless Color Laser Printer Options For MacFar more affordable and compact than ever, Mac WiFi Color lasers bring fast, quality color printing on plain paper to your Macintosh desktop wirelessly - with many 4-color printers now costing less than $300. Like any computer accessory that uses consumables, be prepared for a bit of sticker-shock when you have to buy a replacement set all four C-M-Y-K toner cartridges. Though they ypicaly cost around $75-100, these toner carts will deliver thousands of printed pages - and not just several hundred like inkjet tanks.
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Take note that many low-end Apple compatible lasers may only come with 'Starter' toner carts : They may contain less toner than higher-capacity retail replacement cartridges do. So you may be appalled to find out how soon the original cartridge runs out. The replacement carts should print far longer. Some manufacturers offer two tiers: 'Standard' or 'High-Capacity' laser toner carts that a savvy Macintosh user ought to take advantage of. These high-capacity cartridges usually contain 2-3x more toner for only a 30% price premium.
Choosing A Wireless Laser Printer For MacWhether WI-FI enabled or not - Print volume should ultimately determine the right choice of laser printer. Personal laser printers are just that: with adequate paper trays for typically only 50-200 sheets of paper. But if you share the printer in an office workgroup, look for midrange and up printers that have larger, higher capacity trays that can hold and entire ream. Some Apple compatible office printers feature optional, stackable paper trays that can be purchaed separately and added under the print mechanism to support auto selection of, say, Legal, A4 and standard Letter paper.
Configuration of your wireless settings varies from printer to printer. Mid to High-end lasers typically have LCD screens to help navigate enabling wireless print settiings, controlling password protection of printer access, etc. Other Mac compatible lasers may lack onscreen status and control. You may need to perform a special procedure to get your laser to print out a Configuration Page - then run a separate printer configuration utility for Mac OSX Lion, Leopard or Tiger to set up your printer's WiFi config. Check the manufacturers support website if you need help, or need to download the latest OSX print configuration utility.
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