print on demand

I impulse-bought a printer today. Yeah, a great pair of Rainbow flipflops would have been more fun, but this was a good decision. We went to the shop to buy golf tees and wound up with a calla lily, an ice chest, luggage tags…and an all-in-one printer/scanner/copier/fax. It was sitting at the end of a close-out aisle and was priced so low it would have been silly to pass it up. Besides the price ($70), it had the magic words on the box: “WiFi.”
I am all about WiFi these days. There is even an international symbol for WiFi, have you noticed? And a WiFi printer? You mean I can be writing my NINC column on the patio and printing out the draft without being anywhere near the printer? Yeah, baby!
Even better–the installation went without a hitch. Since I live in terror of having to crawl under my desk and mess with my router and other scary stuff, this is a big deal for me. I want everything to install in 90 seconds, and for it all to work.
So this is old news to a lot of you, but I bet there are plenty more who haven’t taken the plunge. C’mon in! I took the WiFi printer plunge!

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  1. That is awesome! OK, our apartment is really small, but the husband uses his laptop all around the place (with a wireless router thingy) and I use the PC. So, when he has to print something, he e-mails it to me or takes over the computer. This would be great. Plus, our printer was a free hand-me-down anyway. We’ll have to be on the look out for one.

  2. That is awesome! OK, our apartment is really small, but the husband uses his laptop all around the place (with a wireless router thingy) and I use the PC. So, when he has to print something, he e-mails it to me or takes over the computer. This would be great. Plus, our printer was a free hand-me-down anyway. We’ll have to be on the look out for one.

  3. I can sit on my couch, with my laptop and send items to the printer, two rooms away. I LOVE it. WiFi is the only way to go. Just wish it worked as well at school as it does at home. Of course, no couch at school.

  4. I can sit on my couch, with my laptop and send items to the printer, two rooms away. I LOVE it. WiFi is the only way to go. Just wish it worked as well at school as it does at home. Of course, no couch at school.

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