AirPrint Supported Printers List – Twice as Many Printers as 6 Months Ago

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The list of printers that support AirPrint wireless printing from the iPad is growing, rapidly. When I last posted about the supported printers list back in June there were a total of 217 printers from 6 manufacturers. Today there are over 430 supported printers from 13 manufacturers.

Here’s a little more detail on which printers from which vendors work with AirPrint:

Brother: 63 printers from the DCP, HL, M, MFC lines.

Canon: 95 printers from the IP, MG, MX, and Canon Pro lines.

Dell: 4 printers from their B and V lines (eg B1260dn and V725w)

Epson: 92 printers from lines including Artisan, EP, PX, Stylus, Workforce, WP, and XP lines.

Gestetner: 11 printers from their DSc and MP lines.

Hewlett Packard: 57 printers from their Deskjet, Envy, Laserjet, OfficeJet, and Photosmart lines.

Infotec: 8 printers from the MP line.

Lanier: 8 printers from their MP line

* Side note – maybe some fresh blood needed in the printer naming arena?

Lenovo: 3 printers from their LJ line

Lexmark: 47 printers from their C, E, X, OfficeEdge, and Lexmark Pro lines.

RICOH: 16 printers from their Aficio and Imagio lines.

Samsung: 20 from their CLP, CLX, CPL, ML, and SCX lines

Savin: 8 printers from their MP line.

You can see the full list and make sure a printer you own or plan to buy is on it at this Apple support page

There are a good number of AirPrint printers available to be purchased in the Apple online store, starting at around $100.

Patrick Jordan

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3 thoughts on “AirPrint Supported Printers List – Twice as Many Printers as 6 Months Ago”

  1. Can I connect my existing printer (HP office jet model 6210 all in one) directly to my wireless router with an ethernet cable so that i can print from my ipad? I read this somewhere as I was shopping for an air printer.

  2. I gave up on AirPrint enable printers a while ago. I just wasn’t in the market for a new printer. But then I discovered the Printopia app for Mac – which has really solved the problem for me. I can now print from my iPhone or iPad on my own wireless network as long as my Mac is on and awake.

  3. I agree with neena, i had a good working printer in jan last year so why spend more money on airprint enabled one
    personally when it comes to apps i am more of a fan of Print n share tho ;)

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