In an age of ubiquitous connectivity, the ability to print over a wireless network isn’t enough to set a printer apart from the pack. If you can’t also send files to a printer directly from your phone, tablet or email, that device is already behind the curve. Thankfully, companies like Canon, Epson, HP and Kodak are on the ball. These four all-in-one printers offer a huge array of wireless printing options, from apps to built-in Wi-Fi. Read on to find out which model is right for your budget.
With a glossy black finish, sleek curves and a wide variety of mobile printing options, the Canon PIXMA MG6220 looks like a good choice for anyone looking to buy a serious all-in-one printer for their home or small business. Still, compared with competing all-in-one printers from HP and Kodak, the $199 Canon PIXMA MG6220 features a price tag as hefty as its weight. Is the PIXMA MG6220 worth the money?