PRINTING ON THE ROAD

Printing from a laptop places high on the list of top business travel irritations. Unless a portable printer is weighing down your suitcase, there aren't many options. The proliferation of cable connectors and driver programs makes communication between a laptop and a printer in a business center a nuisance, to say the least, and if you need to print from a PDA, two-way pager, or Internet phone, forget about it.

But things are changing fast. In mid-Ma

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