You can now add printers to the list of convenient tap-and-go NFC devices. Samsung’s latest high performance colour and mono lasers deliver outstanding quality and the ease of NFC, Google Cloud and wireless mobile printing. Perfect for hard copy sketches from a tablet, boarding passes from phones, or clients using your printer without fiddly setup — all with or without turning on your PC.
Support for seamless tap and go printing through Near Field Communications (NFC) is an industry-first innovation being driven by Samsung.
It makes sense, too, given the technology’s inclusion in a wide range of popular mobile devices over the last few years. The phones and tablets used by your team and family. And if you own a Galaxy S series device, you don’t even need an app to print great-looking photos and web pages.
The Samsung MobilePrint app enables mobile printing in its most advanced form yet. In addition to mobile scans and faxes, the app lets you print various document types including images, Office docs, PDFs, Google Docs, email and Facebook content.
Ease Of Use And Convenience
As you’d expect, the 2014 range of affordable Samsung laser printers continues support for printing via Wi-Fi direct, Wi-Fi networks and even Google Cloud.
Simply register your printer to your Google account with the Samsung MobilePrint app by tapping your NFC-equipped mobile. Then use Google Cloud Print to print from mobile devices virtually anywhere. Users can print from the Samsung MobilePrint app and any other apps that support Google Cloud Print.
|Single function mono
|Single function mono
All Your Needs In One
Take the new Samsung SL-C1860FW all-in-one (print, copy, scan, fax). Ideal for small and home offices, it includes all the features we’ve talked about so far, and produces professional colour prints at a speedy 18 pages-per-minute. A 50 page automatic document feeder and 250 page paper tray also mean you don’t have to keep getting up from your desk.
And don’t underestimate the cost savings: up to 20% on toner when using the built-in eco mode. A 1-year on-site warranty is also included.
Pretty stellar specs for a $369 communication hub that connects with your colleagues and loved ones in a variety of flexible ways: NFC (for tablets and phones) plus 802.11 b/g/n wireless, USB 2.0 or Ethernet for your laptops and PCs.
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