According to PCWorld.com, every major printer manufacturer now includes USB support on all printers, such as HP and Brother printers. Other companies that offer this feature are Samsung, Apple, Canon and Texas Instruments. Aside from USB printing, these companies also offer other features standard in their products, such as mobile printing.
Mobile printing is a feature available to most printers produced today which allows the printer to receive commands through cloud services or e-mails rather than from a directly connected device. This allows for pages to be printed from anywhere with a connection to send the message.
Also consider the other connectivity features that are becoming more mainstream and commonplace in printers today. Some printers are able to accept commands from Android phones over NFC fields. Also, PCWorld.com states that one should think twice before skipping WiFi as a feature on any printer. Luckily, that should not be a problem, as WiFi connections in printers is an expectation of anyone that prints documents regularly in their home or office.
Companies such as Samsung also additional options in their printers to make printing from mobile devices even easier; as long as your applicable device, such as an Android phone, is in range, one can print items using near-field communications.