Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Go to the manufacturer's website and search for your printer. Check the specs and see if it has IR or bluetooth (BT) capability. If it has then you can connect it via IR or BT provided your laptop/PC has an IR/BT port built-in or a USB device having such capability.
Note that using IR may not be a good idea as it reuires the sensors to be aligned all the time or a print error will be generated. Better use USB/wired connection or use BT if possible. Also you will need proper drivers and software in each case. These can be found on manufacturer's website as well.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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