The Canon Pixma MG5720, the Epson WorkForce WF-7110 and the HP Officejet Pro 6230 ePrinter are three small wireless printers that experts rate highly. The Pixma is the smallest of these options, while the WorkForce is the largest.
The Canon Pixma MG5720 is 18 inches wide, 14.6 inches deep and 5.9 inches tall and can receive print orders through wireless local area networks that support IEEE 802.11b/g/n. The Pixma is capable of printing up to 12.6 black and 9 colored papers per minute. Able to handle resolutions up to 4,800 by 1200 dots per inch, the printer also features a built-in scanner, a 2.5-inch LCD screen and a tray that can hold 100 sheets of plain paper.
With a print output of 18 black and 10 colored pages per minute, The WorkForce WF-7110 by Epson measures 22.3 inches in width, 16.7 inches in depth and 12 inches in height. Also receiving print orders through 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi networks, the printer is also compatible with Kindle, iOS and Android mobile devices. The WF-7110 can print at resolutions up to 4,800 by 2,400 dots per inch.
Measuring 18.3, 15.1 and 5.7 inches in width, depth and height, HP's small wireless printer has a maximum output of 18 black pages per minute. The Officejet Pro 6230 can print the first page in 14 or 17 seconds after powering up, depending on whether or not the page is in color. It prints at resolutions up to 600 by 1,200 dots per inch, features an LED control panel and uses the same Wi-Fi standard as the previous two printers to receive print orders.