Many home users may like to invest in Kodak ink cartridges if they decide a wireless printer from the manufacturer will be a good addition to their home.
In a piece produced for the manufacturer and published on the Guardian's website, the firm stated that the ability to send documents to print from any computer on a home network, or from anywhere in the home through a mobile device, could be beneficial to a large number of people.
It suggested its Hero 7.1 model is ideal for this use, as it is compatible with several mobile printing offerings, such as Google Cloud Print and Kodak's Pic flick app.
This allows individuals to send photos and documents directly to the machine from an Apple gadget such as an iPhone or iPad.
The Hero 7.1 also offers copying and scanning functionalities and Kodak's Smart Sensor technology for more efficient use of ink supplies.
Kodak also pointed out there are other items of home technology that could benefit from a wireless connection, such as TVs that can stream programmes from the internet and music players that are able to access a person's library of songs remotely.