Can i put my printer wireless?

  chaztait 12:24 05 Aug 2007
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Hi i have a Canon PIXMA iP2000 printer. i was wondering what the usb drive at the front was for, is it so i could plug a wireless usb stick into it so i can print wireless. or is it for something else?

  Stuartli 12:39 05 Aug 2007

According to the specifications:

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it's a PC connection.

  Ikelos 12:42 05 Aug 2007

they are wireless if they have a "R" after the model number, mine is Pixma iP 5200R,

  chaztait 12:42 05 Aug 2007

yeh but theres 2 usb bits. One at the side and one ot the front?

  Technotiger 13:35 05 Aug 2007

USB socket at front is for direct printing from digital camera.

  ambra4 13:51 05 Aug 2007

You will need a wireless printer adapter,

The Belkin F1UP0002UK Wireless G All-In-One Print Server looks like a good buy and the price is the best on this site prices range from £55-£65 on other site delivered

Check out this site

click here

  Stuartli 14:20 05 Aug 2007

You can buy a wireless printer for less than that...:-)

click here

or for not a lot more, a multifunction:

click here

Mind you the wireless printer server for my Epson R300 was more than £200 last time I looked...:-)

  ambra4 17:47 05 Aug 2007

Stuartli

I agree he should buy a wireless printer at these prices

  chaztait 17:51 05 Aug 2007

thanxs i will probably do that. But not lexmark. Ink is too overpriced.

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