With many houses having a wireless network and more than one PC (or Mac) in the house, it seems sensible to expect wireless printers to become the norm. Lexmark certainly think so, with the majority of its new inkjet printers going wireless, including the first two models to hit the market – the Lexmark X4550 Wireless All-in-One and the Lexmark Z1420 Wireless Colour Printer.
Just follow the set-up instructions and they will sit on your network, accessible by all the computers in your home. The X4550 has a printing speed of up to 26 pages per minute black and 18 ppm colour, as well as offering photo printing, copying and colour scanning. It’s priced around £99.99.
The Z1420 is a more basic model, just sticking to the printing, with speeds of up to 24 ppm. Expect to pay around £59.99 for it.