You said you have a new wireless printer but an old one you also want to connect. Does this printer already have an Ethernet port? Otherwise, you need a print server as well as a router, or a router with a print server included. Otherwise, all you'll need is any capable wireless router that has Ethernet ports. Generally you get 4 of these. Most are now featuring wireless "n" but all you probably need is "g". I won't try to offer my own brand preference other than recommend staying with a good brand name and not doing too much bargain shopping. I'm not the biggest fan of wireless printing either. I prefer wired but that's my choice and there are certainly reasons to use wireless capability.
I just got a used computer for my son and now need a router to connect it. I also have a new wireless printer that I want to connect to the network along with my old one. One printer will be used for high quality pictures and the other for just regular documents. Right now, the only thing that will be using wifi is the new printer, the rest will be wired. Now I'm not very tech savy and was wondering what sort of specs I need to look for in a wireless router that will hook up these four devices.
Any info would be great