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Wireless colour printer recomendation (customer has no router  but has a wireless laptop)

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Im new to wireless printing - but very wary as I didnt like the first two Ive met.

Has anyone personal experience of a good wireless printer / dependable - that doesnt need a router.
i.e. Direct print to printer.

This user connect illegally to his neighbor for www who has no security on his router.


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I would get a normal printer of your choice and use something like the linksys wpsm54g or trendnet tew-p1ug wireless print servers to make it wireless
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