There are literally hundreds of professions—real estate, law, salespeople, you name it—that would (and many do) benefit from having the ability to print on demand, no matter where you are. In response, printer makers HP, Canon, and Epson design and manufacture “mobile” printers that are small and light enough to take with you.
While these devices are handy, they’re also usually, compared to full-blown desktop or enterprise printers, expensive. HP’s Officejet 100 Mobile Printer (which has been around for a few years), for instance, as well as Epson’s WorkForce WF-100 Mobile Printer, both list for $279.99. In addition, HP makes a portable AIO, the Officejet Pro 150 Mobile All-in-One, that can not only print, but also scan and make copies, for $349.99-list. Here, though, we’re looking at something a little different; instead of the traditional mobile document printer, Canon’s hawking a mobile photo printer, the Pixma iP110 Photo Inkjet Printer, for $249.99.
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