Best Wireless Printers In India

Best Wireless Printers In India

A printer can help you with everything from last-minute project submissions to images for your child’s art and craft activities. However, you must select your gadget wisely. There are various sorts of printers available in various shapes and sizes. If you’re looking for one for your house, have a look at our list of the best wireless printers in India below.

We realise that selecting the finest wifi printer for home usage can appear to be a daunting undertaking. Especially if you don’t know anything about them. There are several to choose from, making it difficult to select the one that best meets your demands.

That is why we are here to assist you. We have brought you all of the printer information you never realised you needed.

Before we list the printers, let me explain our rating strategy so you know how each printer is ranked. We assigned points to each qualified printer based on its features. The features came first, followed by the price and then the user feedback. We compared them to market criteria and chose the top ten goods in each domain.

So without further ado, let us begin.

Our Top Ten Best Wireless Printers In India

1. Brother DCP-T710W

Brother DCP-T710W

One of the greatest wireless printers in India is the Brother DCP-T710W. We found this to be the most cost-effective, feature-rich wireless-enabled printing option in the Indian market. Brother’s ink tank wireless printer, the DCP-T510W, is a step improvement from its predecessor.

It weighs 8.6 kg and has a refill tank mechanism with a clear lid for easy access. According to the makers, it can print up to 5000 pages in colour and 6500 pages in black and white. There is nothing more we could ask for with a pace of 12 IPM in mono and 10 IPM in colour. Because the inks are entirely dye-based, your photograph prints will be more colourful and vivid.

The printer includes a particular sort of tray with a holding capacity of 150 sheets and a 20-page ADF (automatic document feeder) to aid in the copying and scanning of documents. It prints at a resolution of 12006000 DPI. The printer has a 1 line control panel and an LCD screen for simple navigation.

Brother DCP-T710W Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
8 Paise B/W 26 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~2000 Rs
Print Speed
Black~12 IPM Color~6 IPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Available

Pros

  • The printer is compatible with popular mobile printing programmes such as AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, and iPrint & Scan.
  • ADF enables the scanning of both sides of a page without the need for human interaction.
  • The LCD display greatly improves the user experience by displaying both the print progress and any warning signals.
  • The paper tray can easily accommodate 150 papers, which is a distant dream in contrast to comparable goods on the market.

Cons

  • When compared to other items, the DCP-T710W is a tad pricey.
  • You must use it once every 14 days or so, or else the ink will dry up and you will need to replace it.

2. Canon E560

Canon E560

Canon E560 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Inkjet
Cost Per Print
1.2 Rs For B/W 4.2 Rs For Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS
Cost Per Refill
~1300 Rs
Print Speed
Black~9.9 IPM Color~5.7 IPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Available

This is the cheapest wireless printer on this list, but it is also one of the most feature-rich, which is why it is ranked second. Canon E560 is a lovely multifunctional inkjet printer that can be used both at home and in the office. It prints at a rate of up to 9.9 IPM for black ink and 5.7 IPM for coloured ink. That’s not the fastest time, but it’s adequate. With a DPI resolution of 48001200, you receive sharp, crisp, and vivid images. In terms of affordability, this is one of the best wireless printers available for less than 8000 Rs. 

The Canon E560 is available in two lovely colours: black and red, and it is small enough to fit anyplace. The auto duplex feature is also featured, which is unusual in printers in this price range. The black ink cartridge can print up to 800 pages, while the coloured ink cartridge can print up to 300 pages. You can connect this printer to your computer using WiFi, WiFi Direct, or a USB cord.

Pros

  • The printer is simple to connect to cellphones running Android or iPhone OS.
  • It has an auto-duplex mode, which allows you to print on both sides of the page, saving you time and money.
  • The least expensive choice.
  • While you enable Auto Power On mode, the printer will be idle when not in use and will switch on automatically when you issue a command. This feature has the potential to save a significant amount of energy.

Cons

  • Because it is an inkjet printer, printing costs will be high and page yield will be low.
  • Not recommended for intensive use or bulk printing.

3. Brother DCP-T510W

Brother DCP-T510W

Brother DCP-T510W Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
8 Paise B/W 26 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~2000 Rs
Print Speed
Black~12 IPM Color~6 IPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

Except for the ADF feature, this printer is extremely similar to the Brother DCP-T710W in many aspects, and it is also less expensive. Nothing is too difficult for this Brother printer to print, from professional workplace reports to vacation photos. This is one of the best in its price range, and it includes an integrated refill tank system with a clear cover for simple front access. The printer comes with four ink tanks: magenta, yellow, black, and cyan.

The Brother DCP-T510W printer is simple to set up; simply install the driver on your computer and you’re ready to go. Because this is a multifunction printer, you may scan as well as copy documents. This printer easily achieves a resolution of 12002400 DPI, which is noteworthy. The print quality is excellent, and the images printed are bright. This wireless printer is also quite affordable, and at this price, we honestly believe it represents excellent value for money.

Pros

  • All major operating systems are supported.
  • The LCD display improves the user experience.
  • Up to 220 GSM paper is supported.
  • The printer’s built-in Wi-Fi allows you to share it with multiple people.

Cons

  • There is no automatic document feeder.

4. Canon Pixma G3000

Canon Pixma G3000

Canon Pixma G3000 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
8 Paise B/W 21 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~2200 Rs (CYMB*520 Rs)
Print Speed
Black~8.8 IPM Color~5 IPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

The Canon G3000 is an excellent deal. This printer is a wireless all-in-one ink tank printer with a flatbed scanner. The ink tank, which carries more ink than any ink cartridge, distinguishes this printer from conventional standard inkjet printers. This printer is small and lightweight, weighing only 5.8 kg.

The refill tank system on the Pixma G3000 is visible and easily accessible. When the printer is not in use, the auto-sleep mode is triggered, which reduces power usage. This printer’s print resolution is 48001200 DPI, which is very common for this type of printer. The printing speed is also typical, with a black ink page taking 8 seconds and a coloured document taking 25 seconds. The printer features auto-duplex printing, which means it can automatically print on both sides of the page. It has a black ink capacity of 6000 pages and a colour ink capacity of 7000 pages.

Pros

  • Excellent print quality, and it can also be used as a photo printer.
  • Supports paper weights of up to 280 GSM.
  • Support for mobile apps.
  • We can use access point mode to connect the printer to our smart devices without the use of a router.

Cons

  • There is no ADF.

5. HP 419

HP 419

HP 419 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
10 Paise B/W 18 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~2200 Rs
Print Speed
Black~7.5 PPM Color~4.5 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

The HP 419 is the most recent addition to HP’s Ink Tank Series. In terms of page yield and firmware, it is an improved version of its predecessor, the HP 410.

The page yield of the HP 419 is 8,000 for monochrome prints and 15,000 for colour prints (on lowest settings). The high-capacity ink tank is primarily responsible for the increased page yield. The printer includes spill-free ink refilling technology, which ensures that no ink is wasted during refilling. This device has a monochrome print speed of up to 8 PPM and a colour print speed of up to 5 PPM. This printer has a low operating wattage, allowing you to use it even with a backup battery.

The HP 419 also includes a display unit to enhance the user experience. The fact that this printer does not support automatic duplex printing is a major disappointment. Aside from that, this is a good unit that will meet the needs of a small business owner with printing needs of up to 900 pages per month.

Pros

  • Page yield is high.
  • LCD navigation screen
  • Supports up to 300 GSM paper

Cons

  • There is no automatic duplex printing.

6. HP 415

HP 415

HP 415 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
10 Paise B/W 20 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~2200 Rs
Print Speed
Black~7.5 PPM Color~4.5 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

The HP 415 is an improvement over the HP 410. This is a multifunction printer with a refill tank system that comes in four different colours: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. The black ink comes in a 135 ml bottle, while the coloured inks come in a 70 ml bottle, which is reasonable given that we print more monochrome pages than colour ones.

Due to its matte finish, the printer looks great in terms of design and will undoubtedly be a great addition to your office/home accessories. Another great feature of this printer is its ink tank, which is located on the right side and is transparent, allowing you to check the ink level. HP claims that a single black ink bottle will print 6000 pages and a single colour bottle set will print 8000 pages. 

The printing speed is average, with black and white prints taking 9 PPM and colour prints taking 6 PPM. The printer produces vibrant, well-saturated photographs that are borderless and fade-resistant, as well as crisp, sharp documents.

Pros

  • Supports paper weights of up to 300 GSM.
  • Appropriate for photo paper.
  • For a better user experience, use an LCD screen.

Cons

 

  • There is no ADF.
  • When compared to other products in this price range, the page yield per refill is a little low.

7. Epson 3152

Epson L3152

Epson 3152 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
7 Paise B/W 18 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows, macOS, Linux
Cost Per Refill
~1500 Rs
Print Speed
Black~33 PPM Color~15 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

When comparing Epson’s L3152 to L3150, the only difference is in the firmware and print quality. The predecessor L3150 had some issues with macOS, which Epson attempted to resolve with this model.

Epson L3152 is a multifunctional printer from Epson that will not only lower your costs but also increase your productivity. This small printer fits perfectly anywhere and has a yield of 7500 colour pages and 4500 black ink pages. This printer saves you time by printing at a rate of 15 PPM for colour pages and 33 PPM for black and white pages. 

This printer’s cost per page is also very low—only 7 paise for monochrome pages and 18 paise for coloured ones. With such cost savings, we’re sure you won’t mind the printer’s initial outlay. The photographs printed have a resolution of 5760 DPI and such vivid clarity that you will undoubtedly become a fan. The ink tanks are specially designed to reduce spillage when refilling and to provide you with long-lasting stock.

Pros

  • Quick printing.
  • Smartphone integration is simple.

Cons

  • There is no automatic document feeder.
  • Installation is difficult.

8. Canon Pixma G3012

Canon Pixma G3012

Canon Pixma G3012 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink Tank
Cost Per Print
8 Paise B/W 21 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows 7 or higher
Cost Per Refill
~2200 Rs
Print Speed
Black~7 PPM Color~4.5 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not available

Canon’s latest printer is the next wireless printer on our list. Except for the firmware, the Pixma G3012 is very similar to its predecessor, the G3010. Its firmware is programmed to use ink very efficiently, which has resulted in a slightly slower printing speed.

The Canon G3012 has a built-in tank system that is transparent and easily accessible. Four ink bottles come with a specially designed tip to prevent spillage. This device can support multiple users, and even if they are not on the same network, they can print from their phones. You only need to download the Canon Selphy app. 

The printer has a capacity of 6000 coloured prints and 7000 black prints. The print speed is 8.8 pages per minute in black and 5 pages per minute in colour. The printer scans at 12006000 DPI, which is standard for printers in this price range. The paper tray has clutches that can be adjusted for proper alignment and can hold 100 sheets at a time.

Pros

  • To assist the user, a display unit is provided.
  • Photo paper is supported.
  • Multiple users can use the system at the same time.

Cons

  • The Mac operating system is not supported.
  • There is no automatic duplex.
  • Printing takes time.

9. HP DeskJet 3835

HP DeskJet 3835

HP DeskJet 3835 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Inkjet
Cost Per Print
1.25 Paise B/W 3.8 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows 7 or higher
Cost Per Refill
~1300 Rs
Print Speed
Black~8.5 PPM Color~6 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Available

The HP 3835 is one of the most popular wireless inkjet printers on the market right now. You may be wondering why anyone in their right mind would add another inkjet printer to this list. We made this decision for a number of reasons, which are as follows:

The HP 3835 has a long list of features, including an automatic document feeder and faxing capability! Yes, you read that correctly. The most intriguing aspect of this printer is its price. Despite all of these features, this printer is one of the most affordable on our list. Despite the fact that this is an inkjet printer, the cost per print is relatively low thanks to HP’s Ink Advantage technology. 

The interactive display unit is another major attraction. The display unit can also be used as a touchscreen to perform various functions.

Pros

  • User interface on a touch screen
  • Fax service is available.
  • There is an automatic document feeder available.

Cons

  • Each refill has a low page yield.
  • The price per page is high.

10. Epson EcoTank L3150

Epson EcoTank L3150

Epson EcoTank L3150 Specifications

Functionality
Print, Scan, and Copy
Type
Ink tank
Cost Per Print
7 Paise B/W 18 Paise Color
Connectivity
Wired and Wireless
Supported OS
Windows 7 or higher
Cost Per Refill
1500 Rs
Print Speed
Black~33 PPM Color~15 PPM
Ideal User
Students, Home, businesses
Warranty
1 year
ADF
Not Available

The Epson EcoTank printer, an ink tank printer with a plethora of useful features, is the final printer on our list. Except for the firmware update in the L3152, the Epson L3150 is very similar to its successor, the L3152.

The Epson L3150 is a high-yield printer capable of printing up to 4500 black-and-white pages and 7500 colour pages. Its ink tanks are error-free and spill-free, with transparent tanks that allow you to see when the ink has run out. There is no auto-duplexing or automatic document feeder (ADF), which is a real letdown. 

The printer has a resolution of 57601440 DPI and supports borderless printing up to 4R, allowing you to produce stunning photo prints with incredible visual clarity. Each black print costs 7 paise, while each coloured print costs 18 paise. Now let’s talk about print speed. The Epson EcoTank printer has a decent print speed of 33 ppm for black ink prints and 15 ppm for coloured prints.

Pros

  • Low Printing Costs
  • Cleaning is done automatically.
  • Refilling without Spills

Cons

  • Apple Products Have Limited Support
  • There is no ADF.

Infographic Of Best Wireless Printers In India

This is an infographic representation of the top 10 best wireless printers in India.

A printer can help you with everything from last-minute project submissions to pictures for your child’s art and craft activities. However, you must select your device wisely. There are various types of printers available in various shapes and sizes. If you’re looking for one for your home, take a look at our list of the best wireless printers in India below.

We agree that selecting the best wifi printer for home use can appear to be a daunting task. Especially if you don’t know much about them. There are many to choose from, making it difficult to select the one that best meets your needs.

That is why we are here to assist you. We have brought you all of the printer information you never knew you needed.

Popular Printer Types

1. On the basis of influence

Impact printers and non-impact printers are the two types of printers based on the type of impact they use while printing. However, we only use non-impact printers nowadays because impact printers rely on mechanical friction to ink the paper. Non-impact printers colour the paper in other ways, such as spraying.

These are the two most common types of non-impact printers:

Printer with Inkjet

Inkjet printers are a low-cost option for producing high-quality colour and black-and-white documents. These printers have a nozzle that sprays ink from the ink cartridges onto the paper. We currently use an ink tank printer, which is a slightly modified version of an inkjet printer.

The Laser Printer

Laser printers use a laser beam to create images on paper rather than ink cartridges. These printers are used when it is necessary to print hundreds of pages per day at a high speed. Because of its high print speed and image quality, this technology is said to be the future of household printing solutions. However, this technology is still in its early stages.

2. On the Basis Of Connection

Printers that are wired

A wired printer requires a USB cable to connect to the computer. This printer is simple to install and is usually detected by your computer’s operating system, so you won’t have to put much effort into getting it up and running.

Printers that work wirelessly

A wireless printer is the printer of the future. Instead of a USB cable, the printer connects to your computer or phone via Wi-Fi. The best wireless printers allow you to place it wherever you want, as long as it can receive a strong WiFi signal.

Using a wireless printer has several advantages

For starters, you are not constrained by the length of your USB cable. As previously stated, you can place your printer wherever you want. This is very useful if you don’t have a lot of space in your workspace.

Second, unlike traditional printers, a wireless printer allows you to connect multiple devices.

Your Printer Purchasing Guide

Purchasing a printer can be a difficult task. And we concur. To a novice, all printers appear to be the same.

Isn’t it true that they all have one purpose, and that is to print?

However, the type of printer you select should be determined by a number of factors. This is not just any impulsive purchase, and we recommend that you read our buying guide before deciding which printer to purchase.

What Is the Purpose of the Printer?

This is a critical question. Home users generally seek the best wireless printer that is versatile, inexpensive, and produces high-quality prints. However, if your needs exceed these features, you should look into more advanced options.

What is your financial situation?

It is always necessary to create and adhere to a budget. Printers are available in a variety of price ranges. Obviously, you should not purchase a printer that you are unable to afford. If you look hard enough, you can even find a good quality printer for less than Rs. 5000, as is the case with most conventional inkjet printers on the market.

But there’s something else. Although low-cost printers appear to be a good buy, you should also consider the cost of replacement ink. In order to make a profit, manufacturers of low-cost printers typically use the most expensive inks. That is why, before you rush out and buy the cheapest printer you can find, do some online research.

Also, check to see if you can use third-party ink cartridges/ink with your printer, as doing so can void the warranty, which you don’t want to happen.

How Fast Do You Want Your Prints to Be?

If you print a lot of pages every day, you should get the best wifi printer with a fast speed. You don’t want to be stuck waiting for hours while your printer prints pages at its leisure.

PPM, or pages per minute, is a measure of print speed. A PPM rating tells you how fast any printer can print one page in black or colour ink. If the printer has a PPM rating of 5, it can print 5 pages of text per minute. Due to the high detailing in colour prints, the PPM is slower than in black ink prints. An ISO/IEC standard is used to measure this.

What Is the Difference Between a Wired and a Wireless Printer?

Are you unsure whether to purchase a wired or wireless printer? We’ve already discussed the advantages of wireless printers. While wired printers are less expensive and easier to set up for people with little experience in this area, wireless printers are a better choice every time. These printers offer the advantages of wired printers as well as the flexibility of placing them wherever you want.

Of course, there are some situations in which we believe wired printers are superior. A wireless printer operates at a much slower speed than a wired printer. As a result, if you want your printer to print hundreds of pages per day, this would be a problem. This will not only reduce productivity but will also increase work stress, leaving employees dissatisfied.

Duplexing And Paper Handling

These are two distinct but critical factors to consider before purchasing a printer.

Paper handling refers to how many sheets your printer can print in a single day. Ideally, you should purchase a printer that can handle more pages than you typically print each day. This is critical for reducing paper loading. A personal printer can typically hold around 150 sheets of paper per tray, whereas a business printer can typically hold around 250 sheets of paper per tray. If you have a busy office, invest in a printer that has multiple trays and can hold up to 500 pages in a single tray.

Printing on both sides of the page is referred to as duplexing. This is an important feature that will not only significantly reduce your paper consumption but will also save the cutting of a few trees. Manual duplexing is acceptable, but if you print a large number of pages, rotating and reloading each page after printing can become quite chaotic. That is why you should purchase a printer with automatic duplexing.

The Printing Quality

Dots per inch, or DPI, is a standard measure of print quality. This is important if you frequently print photographs. You want the best wireless printer in India with a high DPI so that you can print pictures that are detailed and clear. Aside from DPI, many factors can influence print quality, including ink quality, printhead design, and printer driver.

We recommend that you look for higher DPI primarily if you want prints of photographs that are vivid and vibrant, with a final result that does not appear pixelated.

The Ink’s Type

Inks are primarily used in three types of printers.

Liquid Ink: Inkjet printers use liquid ink to print text and images by spraying ink droplets onto paper. These inks are further divided into two types. Pigment-based inks, which are more expensive but more fade resistant, and dye-based inks, which are less expensive but whose prints fade over time.

Solid ink: Used in printers that use solid wax inks that are melted and then transferred onto the paper to create the print. As a result, the print is glossy, non-toxic, and produces the least amount of packaging waste. However, it takes some time to melt the wax ink, which can be inconvenient if you are in a hurry and need the prints right away.

Toners: Toners are commonly used in LED and laser printers. This is a dry ink that produces sharper, more vibrant images than liquid ink.

Is it better to use a laser or an inkjet printer?

This is the ultimate fork in the road. Should you get a laser printer or an inkjet printer? Both have their own set of benefits and drawbacks. Let’s take a closer look at these two types of printers to see who they’re best suited for:

Inkjet printers are smaller, lighter, and less expensive printers that use liquid ink. Inkjet printers, which are designed for low-volume printing, are also an excellent choice for printing photographs. Their cartridges are easily refilled, saving you money on ink replacement. In comparison to laser printers, inkjet printers have a lower initial cost. 

Inkjet printers have the advantage when it comes to printing images with high detail. If you need a printer for your home or office, we recommend purchasing an inkjet printer with an ink reservoir.

Laser printers: These are more expensive, faster, and longer-lasting printers that use toners. They may appear to be more expensive, but their cost per page is lower than that of other printers. In addition, the number of pages printed is higher. Laser printers have an advantage when printing text-based documents. Originally designed for office use, these printers are increasingly being purchased for home use.

In general, if you need to print images with a lot of detail, inkjet printers are the way to go. If you plan on printing more than 100 pages per week (text documents), you should invest in a laser printer.

Conclusion

Purchasing a printer is not a difficult task, but selecting the right one can be difficult due to the vast product selection. I hope our list of the best wireless printers in India has helped you choose the best printer for your printing needs.

If you believe we have overlooked anything, please let us know in the comments section. Good luck with your purchases!

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