Sorry but I'm finding folk that are very upset about pads. That is, they expected them to have the same apps and features. It's getting better but we're not there yet.
Hi, I am a teacher and I print between 50 and 200 copies per day.
I'd like to stop using my laptop in the classroom and my aim is to have all my documents on the cloud and print them via my ipad.
Today I looked at inkjet printers but with the volumes I print I would prefer a laser printer.
The guy in the shop didn't know anything about laser printers which would work with air print.
Could someone please recommend one?
I am in Spain and not all models are available here so any and all ideas very gratefully received!
I am not upset with mine at all. I love it. I had an iPad 1 which my elderly mum is now using for her email and I have upgraded to the new one.
I have looked at the HP site several times but I can never decide which would be best for me which I why I was looking for some recommendations from people.
Going cable free would be good for my classroom as I worry about the kids tripping over them!
Here is a link to the United States HP site with laser printers with the AirPrint connectivity which is compatible with the iPad: http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/can.do?storeName=storefronts&landing=printer&category=LaserJet&a1=HP+ePrint&v1=Yes&catLevel=2#bcAnchor
I realize that some of these may not be available in all countries, but it is a starting point for you. Hope this is helpful.
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