Updated September 22, 2019 by Kevin Flores

The 9 Best Wireless Printers

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This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in December of 2017. Because wireless printers don't need to be tethered to any one device at a time, they can be shared by multiple users throughout an office or home, and can be placed virtually anywhere you want. There are options out there for professional photographers, busy lawyers, arts and crafts fans and everyone in between. We've ranked these options by ease of use, print resolution and speed. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best wireless printer on Amazon.

9. Epson WorkForce WF-7720

8. Brother Compact Monochrome Laser

7. HP Envy Photo 7155

6. Epson Artisan 1430

5. Epson Photo HD XP-15000

4. Canon TS5120

3. Brother MFCL2710DW

2. Epson Expression Premium ET-7700

1. HP OfficeJet 3830

Editor's Notes

September 13, 2019:

The average home user who only prints the occasional resume or homework assignment will be happy to know that two of the newest additions to the list -- the HP OfficeJet 3830 and Canon TS5120 -- have a small footprint and offer a great value at under $50. Of the two, the OfficeJet ended up at the top of our list because despite its no frills design, it has an easy-to-use, minimalist touchscreen menu and above-average print quality.

Although the Epson Artisan 1430 didn't make our top five, it should be near the top of the candidate list for photographers and graphic artists, who can take full advantage of its advanced features and amazing printing abilities. Equipped with a six-ink cartridge system, this newcomer to the list can print better quality photos than your run-of-the-mill photo lab. It is certainly an investment, but for those who are serious about their craft, this machine won't force you to compromise your vision.

Kevin Flores
Last updated on September 22, 2019 by Kevin Flores

Kevin Flores is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work has been featured in several major media outlets. Word thrift and clarity were pounded into his prose by merciless editors during his days as a breaking news reporter for a wire service. These days he can usually be found trawling through public records and tracking down shadowy shell companies for a nonprofit media organization he co-founded. He enjoys his time away from the screen by pursuing a hobby restoring furniture, giving him special insight into woodworking tools and materials. His filmmaking experience also turned him—willing or not—into something of an audio and video equipment fiend.

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