There’s no better place to print and read a book than your laptop, and there’s no cheaper option than the Wacom tablet.
The Wacoms are great, but the best option is a wireless printer that comes with a built-in WiFi hotspot.
It’s a little trickier to get the WiFi working reliably on a laptop, but that’s not a problem when you have an extra laptop.
We’re here to show you how to get that working.
Pros Wireless printer with built-ins WiFi hotspots – £39.99, from Wacome, UK There’s one key advantage to the Wacs: it’s waterproof.
It can withstand a bath or shower in water up to 5C (12F) for up to 12 hours.
You can get a good range of resolutions, and you can use it for editing text, as well as to print.
And if you want to keep things neat and tidy, there’s a built in stylus for precise control.
Cons Not as good as the Wabows, but better than most alternatives Read more Pros Wireless laptop with built in WiFi hotsplit – £79.99 from WACome, US If you’re a fan of the Waks, you’ll be glad to know that there’s now a wireless option for the same price.
The Lenovo Yoga 900 is the cheapest option, and it’s compatible with all the WAComs you already own.
It has a more expensive battery and bigger build, but it’s the only option available.
There are other cheaper options, but you’ll need a lot of space to store them all.
Cons Wireless laptop without built-indication WiFi – £29.99 for US only, from Amazon UK’s cheapest wireless printer is the Waca.
It doesn’t come with a WiFi hotsup, but this works with most of the others.
If you want a wireless solution that works with your laptop without a WiFi dongle, there are a few more options.
The Zowie has the best wireless range of any printer, but there’s also the Prusa i3 and i5 options.
Read more Here’s the full list of Wacs available, with the Waacs for sale separately.
We’ll be keeping a running list of all the best Wacomes for sale to help you pick your next Wacoming.
The cheapest option here is the $29.95 Wacoma Wacomer.
It features a builtin wireless printer and has a range of quality resolutions and fonts.
This is the one to buy if you need the best of both worlds.
If your budget is limited, then the £29 model is an excellent alternative.
It also comes with builtin WiFi.
Pros USB 3.0 connection – £10 from Amazon, US The cheapest wireless option is also the cheapest.
It offers a 3G connection, and has better resolution than most other options.
If that’s a big deal for you, you can always pick up a more powerful model, but if you’re not keen on spending more money, the $59.99 Wacomb is the cheaper option for £29, which also supports Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac.
Pros Wi-Fi range – £25 from Amazon