Can Printers be connected with bluetooth?

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Hi everyone,

Is there any Bluetooth device available which can make a printer Bluetooth enabled?

And one can print anything via Bluetooth?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #102385

Can Printers be connected with bluetooth?

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Hi there , 

It seems you need help regarding Connecting a printer via Bluetooth and also print using Bluetooth.

Let me remind you that you can connect your Printer via Bluetooth if and only if your printer support connectivity through Bluetooth.

I don't think most of the printers do support Bluetooth .

There are some though , Do a quick search in Google and then you can see variety of those. 

You need a Bluetooth device on your PC and also a module on your Printer in order to set up a connection .

Then you need a Bluetooth supportive printer device driver to take printouts . 

Good luck.

 

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Answered By 565025 points N/A #102387

Can Printers be connected with bluetooth?

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I’m not sure if there is such a device that can make an ordinary printer instantly capable of connecting via Bluetooth device but there is actually a printer that you can use to print using your Smartphone. And with this, you can use AirPrint. It is an iOS application where you can easily do your printing jobs directly from your iOS handset.

The best thing about it is that you can do all your printing tasks via the AirPrint-enabled printer without the need to install any more drivers. You simply need to configure your printer through your Wi-Fi network where your Smartphone is also connected.

After that you simply need to use the print function that is available in most applications like Photos and Mail. Your iOS Smartphone will automatically identify the printer within the network, connect to it, and then print the document.

Here are some of the AirPrint-enabled printers:

  • Canon MG8250 – costs £256
  • HP Envy 110 – costs £199
  • Brother DCP-J525W – costs £77
  • HP Photosmart 7510 – costs £129
  • Epson PX730WD – costs £126

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