Printing from Tablet’s Made Easy
A number of small-business owners are buying tablet computers such as the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab as low-cost, portable alternatives to notebook computers. Tablets can be loaded with easy-to-use mobile applications that manage business tasks such as emailing and file saving.
But when it comes to printing business documents, tablet PCs can present a challenge. Most tablets do not come with much by way of printing capabilities, and when they do, they are usually limited to specific devices.
While apps can be downloaded from the iTunes Store or Android Market, some can be hard to use. Whats more, printers and adapters that can accept content directly from tablets can be pricey and time-consuming to set up.
The good news is that printing from your tablet doesnt have to be difficult, as long as you know how to get your tablet to connect to the specific printers in your office. Heres a list of options that can help minimize the struggle of printing from a tablet PC, as well as some thoughts on the positives and negatives for each:
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