Google Cloud Printing is awesome but sometimes difficult to setup and manage if you have several classic printers distributed around your environment as it requires a computer running the Google Cloud Print connector to manage them. It comes with all the headaches of trying to make sure it’s always available, Chrome is running, linking all the printers to Chrome, and just general maintenance. The good news is Lantronix offers a solution that will enable Google Cloud printing in just 3 easy steps.
Promevo is excited to offer an affordable and easy-to-use “plug-and-print” solution for Google Cloud Print enabled devices, including Chromebooks and Android mobile devices. The Lantronix xPrintServer Cloud Print Edition is compatible with a wide array of USB and network printers, making them Google Cloud Print ready. By using the xPrintServer and Google Cloud Print, you can take the hassle and complexity out of managing your organization’s printers. We’ll show you how in 3 easy steps. But first, let’s start with “What’s in the box.”
What’s in the box:
- (1) xPrintServer Device
- (1) xPrintServerQuickStart Guide
- (1) Power supply with
- (3) regional adapters
- (1) 3’ Ethernet Cable
- (1) Mounting Bracket & (2) Screws
On a mobile device with a QR code reader app, you simply scan the QR code on the bottom of the xPrintServer and click the resulting link to go directly to the Admin interface. From the Admin interface you can manage your printers and view diagnostic and print job information the same as you would on a traditional print server
Here at Promevo, we were impressed with how easy the device was to set up and use. The xPrintServer Cloud Print Edition took 10 minutes to get up and running and is truly a “plug-and-print” solution. It is a great way to integrate Google Cloud Print with printers on your network and manage those printers quickly and easily.
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