HP Wireless Printing Upgrade Kit: Print Wirelessly

 
 
By Jennifer L. DeLeo  |  Posted 2007-12-11 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This handy kit gives your HP printer wireless capabilities, even from a non-wireless desktop or notebook.

Just because your HP printer isn't wireless, doesn't mean you have to upgrade to one that is. The HP Wireless Printing Upgrade Kit works with most HP Printers and All-in-Ones (AIOs) for printing documents and photos wirelessly, even from a non-wireless desktop or notebook.

The kit consists of a printer receiver, PC adapter, USB cable, power cord, and software. Simply attach the printer receiver to the USB port on the back of your HP printer, plug in the power cord to the printer receiver and power outlet, install the software, insert the PC adapter to your computer, and start printing wirelessly.

A full list of supported HP Printers and AIOs can be found at HP.com.

The HP Wireless Printing Upgrade Kit is available at several retailers including Amazon.com for $62. Order by December 19 to get this item by December 24.

 
 
 
 
Jennifer L. DeLeo

Jennifer L. DeLeo is an Associate Editor for PCMag.com. When not ogling over kooky clocks and strange USB products, she is involved in various geeky tasks. Her pride and joy is writing the popular top ten products series, reporting on some of the wackiest and coolest tech around including High-Tech Umbrellas, Disgusting Tech, Unsinkable Gadgets, and Wacky Toasters.

She is involved with editing PCMag.com news stories, conducting search engine optimization, and testing various digital photo frames.

In addition, she's a regular contributor to PC Magazine's gadget blog, Gearlog.com, where she writes under the name of 'The Weird Hunter'. Catch her every week on Gearlog Radio as co-host.

Jennifer has a Master's Degree in Web Publishing from New York University and a Bachelor's Degree in English from the University at Albany. She enjoys kayaking, scrapbooking, bicyling, concerts, movies, and reading.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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