Our Top 5 Wireless Printer Recommendations for Your Mac
I’m not a paper person. It annoys me when a person hands me paper at an event, such as an Open House. Alas, there are still times in this world that I need to print something. For example, when I am returning an item to Amazon. Or when one of my clients prefers to have “something to hold” instead of digital copies.
Since I don’t use a printer often, I want my home office printer to be small, but powerful. I also want it to print wirelessly so I’m not digging around for cords at the last minute. If you’re like me, here are the best wireless printer for Mac users.
This is the simplest, most streamlined, straight-forward machine of the bunch. It does wireless printing well. And it has a quiet mode. If you’re noise sensitive or operating out of of co-working or open office space that’s a no brainer. It does all of the basics (fax, scan, print, etc.) and you can manage all of those tasks straight from an app on your phone.
Canon Office and Business MX922 All-In-One Printer
This Cannon printer is one of the most popular printers on Amazon. It’s a tad bit larger than I would typically jump at, but it has higher sheet capacity and its built for regular, heavy use. If you don’t need a mega printer, but you are printing off pieces for clients on a daily basis, you’ll want to take a look at this Canon. Good news, though: you can find it on sale on Amazon for under $100 if you wait for the right time.
Epson Expression Home XP-340 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner and Copier
Epson printers and scanners are high quality machines! This is what I personally use in my office and I find it to be incredibly reliable, particularly since I switch my needs around quite a bit. Sometimes I’m scanning old family photographs and other times I’m printing a quick flyer for the neighborhood. I can switch it up easily with this printer and it always produces excellent results. It’s also slim given its powerhouse of capabilities. Plus, it’s one of the cheapest options on this list!
Canon TS5120 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier
Similar to the HP above, this is a streamlined all-in-one printer. It does the basics and it does them very well. It doesn’t meet heavy use needs as easily as the Canon Office printer laid out earlier, but it’s a big hit with the occasional home or office printing crowd. It prints beautiful photos at home, too. Note, though, that this model does not include a scanner.
If you want to turbo boost your at home printing, take a look at the Epson Workforce. It’s all about speed. And it doesn’t compromise quality. Score! It “goes beyond laser” printing and using PrecisionCore technology which prints faster while using less ink. And it has a high capacity auto-feeder and tray.