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Wireless Printing Made Easy

Take advantage of printing and scanning capabilities on the go from today’s mobile and cloud technology.

What is AirPrint?

AirPrint is Apple technology that enables printing from iOS or OS X devices without installing any applications or drivers. With AirPrint, you can take advantage of driverless printing from iOS and OS X products to select KYOCERA printers on the same network. This capability enables mobile workers to quickly print hardcopy documents – helping improve productivity, both inside your organization and on-the-go. It also boosts productivity by eliminating the need for you to e-mail files and attachments to someone connected to the network for printing. In addition, mobile printing with AirPrint helps reduce IT’s burden of managing application downloads and print drivers, and enables you to better manage jobs in your print queues.

AirPrint works seamlessly with many Apple apps, including Safari, Mail, Photos, iWork and PDFs in iBooks. In addition to Apple apps, many third party apps also support AirPrint technology.

Benefits of Airprint

  • No need to install app on the Apple mobile device in order to print
  • Print on-the-go in mobile environments
  • Provides anytime, anywhere access to documents and information wherever you need it
  • Requires no IT intervention
  • Supports numerous AirPrint enabled apps

AirPrint Printers

The below printers are AirPrint Compatible:

Color MFPs

  • TASKalfa 7551ci
  • TASKalfa 6551ci
  • TASKalfa 5551ci
  • TASKalfa 4551ci
  • TASKalfa 3551ci
  • TASKalfa 3051ci
  • TASKalfa 2551ci

Black & White MFPs

  • TASKalfa 8001i
  • TASKalfa 6501i
  • TASKalfa 5501i
  • TASKalfa 4501i
  • TASKalfa 3510i
  • TASKalfa 3501i
  • TASKalfa 3010i

Black and White Printers

  • ECOSYS FS-2100DN
  • ECOSYS FS-4100DN
  • ECOSYS FS-4200DN
  • ECOSYS FS-4300DN

AirPrint is a trademark of Apple, Inc.

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