A4 printers with Bluetooth are a popular option for customers from both home and business sectors. Their price varies widely and their functionality options offer great value for money. And in today’s connected world, printers with Bluetooth offer the ability to print wirelessly. In some cases, you don’t even need to be in the same room to print.
In this article, we have picked three of our most popular models to introduce you to, each one sure to offer benefits for your work style.
Benefits of A4 Printers with Bluetooth
Given the universal demand and appeal of the A4 paper size (slightly bigger than the U.S. letter size of 8.5 in x 11 in), it comes as no surprise that an overwhelming majority of users need A4 printers at their home, office or both.
A4 printers tend to be highly versatile and our models are no exception. They can handle much more than just A4-sized paper, with most of them able to handle legal size, smaller B sizes and some can even print cards and envelopes. So when it comes to purchasing an A4 printer, your options are wide and varied.
When you combine the versatility of our A4 printers with the universal connectivity provided by Bluetooth wireless technology, the usability of these printers achieves a new level. Since a lot of handheld and portable devices use Bluetooth connectivity, it is one of the best features for those who want to print directly from devices such as handheld tablets or phones.
Types of Printer Connections
This is by far the most common type of connection that printers come with. Almost every printer has a USB 2.0 port, even if they have wireless features like WiFi and Bluetooth. The connection is usually made via a standard USB 2.0 male A-type connector into a computer and a B-type male connector into the printer.
It ensures high-speed data transfer and consistent connectivity under all workload situations. It is also a great backup option to have in case the wireless options become unavailable due to unforeseen circumstances.
This has now become the second-most common connection in the printer industry. Now that almost all devices come pre-equipped with WiFi capabilities, it is a very convenient option to have for users who want to cut the cord. This helps you to untether yourself from the printer and print from the comfort of anywhere within the home or office.
The printer can also, thus, be liberated from a designated corner to a more central location where it is accessible by other users. This is great for a flexible set-up where the printer is being used by more than one device, because users and devices can be in different locations within WiFi range.
This is now a common feature in mid-range and high-end wireless A4 printers. Bluetooth printers allow devices to quickly connect and print something, without the need for a WiFi setup. Bluetooth is shorter in range than WiFi, but it has great flexibility for quick, ad-hoc connections.
This makes it a popular standard for mobile and other handheld device types. It is also becoming stronger as a technology, with every new version achieving a longer range and greater flexibility.
Paper sizes supported
Our A4 printers can print on more than just A4 paper. There are a number of different sizes and media types that these printers support. Depending on the model that you are using, you can print on B sizes, envelopes, legal paper and even card stock.
Not only that, you can also print on various different kinds of paper. There is no need to stick to just the typical copier/bond paper stock for your needs. You can also easily print photographs, posters, flyers, and more in full color or monochrome, depending on your needs. They can also scan, copy and perform automated functions like duplex (two-sided) printing and document feeding depending on the model.
Top A4 Bluetooth printers to consider
Thus, when you are considering your best options for A4 Bluetooth printers, it will help to keep the range of printers in mind and match them to your needs. This is why we have presented this selection of handpicked models that are known for being well-suited to various segments of the market.
HP Smart Tank 519 Printer: Overall best A4 printer with Bluetooth
The HP Smart Tank 519 Printer is the best-balanced option for those who are looking for a nice mid-range option. It has a good harmony of features at a price point that is affordable for most users. As an all-in-one (AiO) printer, it does almost all the usual things that you would require for your day-to-day, such as scanning, copying and printing.
Best of all, it is an ink tank printer model, which means you can forget about replacing cartridges. With ink tank technology, you can easily refill and maintain the printer using ink bottles and replace the color that needs replacing. This saves you a lot of time, money and also generates less waste overall.
Apart from Bluetooth, it is also WiFi enabled and supports up to three users. So the printer can be used from anywhere within the WiFi range, which means users can be located in different rooms or even floors above or below.
It also has a great looking design with a nice coloured accent that sets it apart from the usual gray, white and black printers. It will add a nice touch of color at your home or office. It can print at a speed of up to 11 pages per minute (ppm) for black prints and 5 ppm for color prints. It also handles a multitude of different media formats - A4; B5; A6; DL envelope, legal - so you always have your options open when it comes to printing, all within the same printer.
HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 2776: Most affordable A4 printer with Bluetooth
Some people are looking for the most pocket-friendly option, without compromising on the output quality. The HP DeskJet 2776 printer is ideal for such demanding users, who will be happy to get the same print quality as other, higher-priced, HP DeskJet printers, but at a cost that is significantly lower.
This is a cartridge-based printer that can also scan and copy along with printing. You get all the major functionalities at a price that is extremely affordable. It is not just the price that is lower, but also the footprint. It is a small, compact model that can fit into smaller spaces and it weighs much less than most other comparable options.
The flatbed scanner is equipped with the same quality sensor as other AiO models, giving you high-quality scans along with high-quality prints. Since this is an inkjet printer, you can print photographs along with printing on regular paper. It has multiple options for media formats and can print on various sizes, including A4, B5, A6, and DL envelopes. This model is ideal for a small home or a personal workstation.
HP LaserJet Pro Multifunction Printer M428fdn: Most fully-featured A4 printer with Bluetooth
The HP LaserJet Pro M428fdn multifunction printer is the best option for a large office and is designed with enterprise use in mind. It is one of the most fully-featured models we have, featuring prominently in our LaserJet series. As the name suggests, it is a laser printer, unlike the other options in this article that are based on inkjet technology.
Laser printers are faster and perform better for text-based applications such as documents, making them ideal for office and administrative use. They are also extremely easy to maintain and cheap to use, because they use a dry ink called toner, which is easy to store. It doesn’t dry up if not used for a while, and thus, can be easier to maintain than inkjet.
This model has automatic duplex printing, which means your paper can get printed on both sides without manual intervention. This is a very useful feature for printing books, project reports, and saving paper. It also has an ADF (automated document feeding) feature, that makes it a breeze to scan large documents without having to stand there and manually feed each sheet. This is ideal for any office or organization that needs a lot of documents scanned and copied every day. The scanned documents have the same 1200 dpi high-resolution quality that you expect from our high-end printer scanners.
Large organizations have a large number of users. This printer has the ability to handle up to 10 users, thus streamlining work processes across the office. The duplex printing speed can go up to 31 pages per minute (ppm) and single-side printing can be done at 38 ppm, with a high-speed option that takes it up to 40 ppm. If you have a lot of volume, this printer can handle it.
It has three trays for feeding paper and each tray can fit in various types and sizes of media, including A4, A5, A6, B5, Japanese Postcard, Double Japan Postcard Rotated, Envelope #10, Envelope Monarch, Envelope B5, Envelope C5, Envelope DL, and more.
Remove the hassle of extra cords and faulty connections. Every HP Printer that has been engineered to incorporate Bluetooth wireless technology has been done so to simply make life easier.
At great price points, you can improve your workflow with HPs best-selling A4 Bluetooth Printers - no annoying cords, no lagging connections - just tap to connect on your chosen device and get printing!
About the Author: Harrison Hosking is a contributing writer for HP Tech Takes. When he's not gaming on his PC, Harrison loves to spend time gardening, writing and playing soccer.
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