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by NuBiker / August 23, 2013 9:24 AM PDT

Are there any tablets out there that can connect to my HP LaserJet?

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None that connect directly,
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / August 23, 2013 11:43 PM PDT

but just about all of them have software available that enables you to print from your tablet to the printer.

My iPad prints to my LaserJet 4000 series printer.

Do you have a tablet in mind?


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by NuBiker / August 24, 2013 3:08 AM PDT

Thanks for the prompt reply, mmacfixit.
I have an ipad 1, but would be willing to purchase the next ipad coming down the pipe, if it can print to a printer.
I currently have a LaserJet P2055dn.
We run a small doctor's office.
Mostly I use the ipad to check the doc's schedule, but I would almost be able to replace my laptop with the ipad if it had printing capabilities.

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I use a piece of software called Printopia,
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / August 24, 2013 6:15 AM PDT

It's not free, $19.99, but it does a great job.
It installs on a Mac, there is not a Windows version, and whatever printer that Mac can use, Printopia ensures that your iPad can use it too.

Print Utility for iPad ($3.99)

Print Agent Pro for iPad ($5.99)

Print Agent Pro can print to many non-AirPrint and non-wireless printers on your network, even if they are only connected to a Mac or PC via USB.

FingerPrint turns any printer into an AirPrint printer into-an-airprint-printer/

Check them all out and let us know what you think

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