Image courtesy of Lantronix The xPrintServer by Lantronix helps iPads print. As elegant as they are, the Apple iPhones and iPads surging into the workplace still have a few rough edges, including the limited number of printers that work with them.But that's about to change.In February, Lantronix, an Irvine, Calif.-based technology firm, will start shipping the xPrintServer, a $149 plug-and-play device that can be added to any network Ethernet port, allowing wireless iOS devices to print out at almost any subnet printer. Early testers rave about it.The need stems from Apple's iOS engineering, which supports only AirPrint-compatible printers. While the
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