Given the IP of your printer (Should be visible on the printer), add the printer manually.
Given the IP of your printer (Should be visible on the printer), add the printer manually.
What You Must Know About Bluetooth Portable Printers
When people hear about wireless portable printers the thing that comes into their mind is that being wireless they must be useful for printing anywhere. However with a lot of wireless printers this couldn’t be further from the truth and many require a wireless connection in order to print using their wireless featureless.
On the other hand Bluetooth portable printers use the Bluetooth wireless that’s similar to that of most modern phones. This means it doesn’t require any external factors and you simply have to turn on the Bluetooth for it to work. This is much more convenient if you want to print of work when you’re travelling because it means that you’re not hindered whatsoever.
To use this feature on the printer you must have a laptop or other portable device which utilizes this type of wireless technology. Both must be activated and you have to ‘find’ the printing device with the device which has the information needing to be printed. This is a very simple and easy process and usually it’s simply a matter of turning both items on and waiting until the name of your printer appears on the screen. There’s also very little risk of being confused about what it is you want printing because most people rarely have their Bluetooth enabled on whatever device they have unless they’re actually using it at the time. But if you are concerned about not knowing what it’ll come up as it’ll most likely by the brand name or code of that specific bluetooth portable printer.
Interested in portable printers? Then visit http://www.wirelessportableprinter.net for further details!
Some cool bluetooth printer images:
Moto Q9h in box
Image by avlxyz
Company phone it seems… chaining me to my Outlook email. At least I’m allowed to make personal calls! And, maybe even flickr from the phone 🙂
First impressions in the box are good. It looks quite ok despite having a large ugly keyboard. It is definitely a Motorola. It comes with a charging dock with a spare charging slot for a second battery. Is that a hint to it’s short standby time, so typical of WM devices? Still, it reminded me of my first mobile phone, a Motorola MicroTAC I-888 that we got for from Crazy John, who sadly passed away yesterday.
I turn it on to be greeted by Windows Mobile 6, and it’s all downhill from there!
Then I read Gizmodo’s mini Moto Q9m review…
I just got my hands on the first Moto Q9m, and after a couple of hours, I’m ready to send it right back. Seriously, if you buy this phone, you are dumb.
… and I agree. Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone Edition sucks! At least I get a 512MB microSD with it. Full specs below.
Moto Q9h specifications:
Motorola Q 9h
See what’s waiting for you inside your MOTO Q 9h.
All the features you need for mobile freedom and productivity packed into an ultra-thin smartphone.
printer friendly version
* Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera
* Windows Media® Player Mobile
* Video capture with sound and playback
* Dual stereo-quality speakers
* Supports most popular audio and video formats
* Removable microSD™ cards for extendable storage of documents, photos, music and video
* 256MB of built in memory7
* Send photos, video clips, text and sound1
* Browse the web with HSDPA 3.6 Mbps and Opera (HTML)1
* 30 fps Video playback
Call Management Features
* Call contacts or open applications with advanced speech recognition
* Built in hands free speakerphone
* Time and Date Stamp
* Photo-caller ID1
* Virtually unlimited address book (dependent on available memory)
* View or Edit (Microsoft Word™, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft® Excel™ files) [feature depends on operator and configuration]*
* View .PDF files*
* Unzip zip archives and email attachments*
* Manage personal information with Outlook Mobile (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks)
* Supports multiple email (inboxes): POP3/IMAP4 and Microsoft Exchange
* Multimedia Messaging (MMS)*
* Group SMS*
* Network and software dependent features may not be available into markets/carriers.
* Windows Media Player Mobile
* Photo-caller ID
* 2-Mega pixel camera with digital zoom
* Alarm Clock
* Outlook Mobile
* Ambient light sensors to adjust backlight automatically
* Bands: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE; UMTS 2100
* Standard Battery: 1100 mAh Lithium Ion
* Bluetooth: wireless technology supports Bluetooth Headset/Hands-free and Stereo Profiles8
* Synchronization: ActiveSync® with Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 with Service Pack2, and Windows Mobile Device Center
* Motorola MicroUSB connector
* GPRS/EDGE Class 12
* HSDPA 3.6Mbps
* Memory (FLASH/RAM): 256MB / 96MB7
* Removable Memory: Micro SD up to 4GB
* Weight : 132g
* Volume : 85 cc
* Dimensions (H x W x D) : 118×66.7×11.8mm
* Display : 2.4" 320×240 65K TFT
* Colour : Black
* Form Factor : Tablet
NOTE: Certain mobile phone features are dependent on the capabilities and settings of your service provider’s network. Additionally, certain features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or their network settings may limit the feature’s functionality. Always contact your service provider about feature availability and functionality. All features, functionality and other product specifications are based upon the latest available information and are believed to be accurate; however such product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
1 Network dependent feature, not available in all areas. Wireless email functionality requires an email account with wireless server capabilities. Airtime, data charges, and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data and other application usage patterns.
3 The use of wireless phones and/or headphones while engaged in activities requiring concentration may cause distraction or otherwise impair your ability to safely participate in such activities. Always use technology safely.
4 Operates in many major cities and countries where GSM network coverage and roaming agreements are present.
6 Data transmission speed is approximate and depends on the traffic on the network. Actual speeds will vary, and are often less than the maximum possible.
7 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
8 This device supports Bluetooth profiles. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer.
Certain Bluetooth features including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
9 The unauthorized copying of copyrighted materials is contrary to the provisions of the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries. This device is intended solely for copying non-copyrighted materials, materials in which you own the copyright, or materials which you are authorized or legally permitted to copy. If you are uncertain about your right to copy any material, please contact your legal advisor.
Network Laser Printer: A Review of the HP LaserJet 4050N Network Printer
It is important to have a network laser printer if you’re running a business that requires a lot of receipts, shipping labels, product labels, brochures, flyers, and other readable media. It’s hard to find a good one since a lot of these devices are so expensive but get so many bad reviews, but there’s one product that you can definitely depend on – the HP LaserJet 4050N Network Printer. This is an in-depth review of the product.
It’s simple enough if you look at it, and it has a very common and conventional look of a laser printing device. It has an all-white body with a top panel for feeding paper, an LCD display, and minimal buttons. It is cubical in shape, making it quite difficult to place in a crowded area, so you have to make room for it if you’re planning to buy one. The dimensions of the device are 13.3” x 15.4” x 24.27” and it has a weight of 39.27 pounds without the ink cartridge installed. It’s not very bulky but it’s heavy, and it’s not advisable to be transferred from one place to another.
As a network laser printer, it has a built-in JetDirect 600N internal print server that serves as the Ethernet port for easy and accessible network capability. It also has a Fast InfraRed receiver which enables you to receive documents or files from infrared-capable devices to the printer itself for printing. These features make this device a completely reliable and easy-to-use network printer that you can share with several computers in your office or even at home.
Printing and Other Functions
As a printer, this is a very good investment. It can print up to 17 pages per minute and it can also produce resolutions of up to 1200 dpi using the HP ProRes 1200 feature. You can produce an average of 3.5 pages per second, very speedy for even more productivity. It also has the ability to print the first page in less than 15 seconds even right after turning the device on. No more need to wait long for your printouts to come out.
There are two standard paper trays on this device and you can even add a third paper tray for easier keeping your paper supply. The first paper tray has a maximum capacity of 100 sheets. The second paper tray has a maximum capacity of 500 sheets. The third optional tray has a maximum capacity of 500 sheets. Almost all standard size papers are compatible with this printer.
The device has a maximum duty cycle of 65,000 pages per month, so you can print an average of 2096 printouts per day and you won’t have any problems with the device. The ink cartridge used for this printer is also very long-lasting, and you wouldn’t have to change ink anytime soon no matter how heavily you print on this device.
It has an internal memory of 16 MB, but you can upgrade it to up to 192 MB for a bigger capacity and easier printing, especially if you print very long and complex documents such as books, annual progress reports, and the like.
The device has a flash storage which you can use for keeping forms, fonts, and signatures and incorporating them in your printouts. It also has an automatic duplex printing function for easier printing of back-to-back flyers, brochures, and other printed media. This not only makes it easier to print double-sided printouts, it also enables you to save a lot of paper and time. However, the device is not Energy Star qualified, but it does have a Power Saver mode so it wouldn’t make much difference.
When it comes to printing on a single device using several different computers, a network laser printer is best to use. And the HP LaserJet 4050N Network Printer is a remarkable model that features fast printing speed, excellent printing quality, and a very reasonable price. I highly recommend this printer for home or office business owners who want to have a reliable monochrome laser printer that can produce high-quality, crisp, and detailed printouts without having to spend a lot for it.
I have even more reviews and information about HP laser printers [http://www.hplaserprinter.org] and the best network laser printer [http://www.hplaserprinter.org/network-laser-printer] at my website. I will also let you in on a little secret: Where to get them cheaper than anyplace else on the web;) Many thanks for reading, and good luck!
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