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Unless you live under a rock, you've heard about the iPad. With all of its bells and whistles, the iPeople forgot one vital component - the ability to print to any printer. Fortunately, iPad printing applications are now being introduced for printer users like you. Let's take a look at a few iPad printing options for your printer. For Epson Printers If you use an Epson printer, you can print from your iPad using the Epson iPrint application. Initially released for the iPod, iPrint can now be used with an iPad over a WiFi connection. Epson users can get iPrint at no cost from the App Store. For Canon Printers If you want to print photos from your iPad to a wireless Canon printer, use the free Canon application called Easy Photo-Print for iPhone. Unfortuantely, this app will only print photos, not text. For HP Printers HP has a comparable free iPad app called HP iPrint Photo. For Lexmark Printers Lexmark printer users can use an iPad printing app called Air Sharing HD. The app costs 10 dollars and does not work with PCs - just Macs. Air Sharing HD does not access files straight from your iPad. Rather, the app communicates with a server (e.g. email account) to print a document. In other words, you can email an iPad document to yourself and then open it in Air Sharing HD to print. This app was compatible with Lexmark and Epson printers, but had difficulties printing on an HP. Lexmark users can also purchase a $3 direct printing app called ePrint. Again, this one is for Mac users only. Other iPad Printing Options One of the more well-known iPad printing applications is PrintCentral, by EuroSmartz. This app will print from any printer, including your, to a PC over a wireless connection. PrintCentral costs 10 dollars at the App Store and allows you to print web pages, images, and contacts.

These printer users can also buy Print Magic by Wellala, Inc., for $7 at the App Store. This app allows users to print text, graphics, and web pages from your iPad. How to Save on Printer Ink Now that printing is increasingly accessible for iPad users, many printer users are looking for ways to save on printing expenses. The best way to decrease printing costs is to nix those expensive store-bought printer cartridges, and buy remanufactured printer cartridges instead. Let's consider an example. A typical black printer cartridge costs around $25 from an office supply store. A remanufactured black printer cartridge, however, will only cost around $12 from a reliable online supplier. That's half the price - plus a satisfaction guarantee! Remanufactured cartridges will not only save money, they also help the environment by reducing consumer waste. Consumers can feel good about using remanufactured printer cartridges because they are recycled. You'll also feel good when you see that a remanufactured cartridge works just as well, and lasts just as long, as a store-bought cartridge for double the price!

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