11-23-2010 01:22 PM - edited 11-23-2010 01:22 PM
I am a bit confused regarding which printers support the new Apple AirPrint via iPad.
I have a so-called ePrinter wireless: HP Photosmart Premium C309g-m, which can not be found by Airprint on iPad.
Is this printer supported using the Airprint?
HP list show a Photosmart Premium e-AiO (B310), but I am unsure if this is the same printer and what B310 vs C309 actually means same or different printers?
If my C309 actually support Airprint - why does it not work with Airprint?
If C309 is not supported - when will that happen and how?
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11-25-2010 04:56 AM
I also have the C309. I'm wondering if HP will make a firmware upgrade available to make the C309 Airprint-compatible or wherther they will try to force people to buy the 310.
11-29-2010 03:02 PM
Helpful to know, but somewhat discouraging. As an HP employee, can you recommend the most effective way to urge HP to support AirPrint on the C309? I just bought my printer a month ago and told the sales guy I wanted to use it with my iPad. Shouldn't he have known and warned me?
11-30-2010 08:51 AM
We can still use c309g printer with iPad. All we need to do is install HP iPrint app in iPad and use it for printing provided printer should be connected in wireless.
iPrint - iPhone, iPad, iPod
iPrint - Windows mobile, Nokia, Android
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12-08-2010 05:08 PM
The app didn't work with email attachments or Safari. What a disappointment. It's very frustrating getting a new printer and being told it will work with your iPad and then getting it home and realizing it doesn't.