I'm looking to print onto the occasional CD, and to occasionally print photographs. I already have a perfectly good monochrome laser printer. I also have a very good Epson scanner which gives me all I need for scanning and photocopying so I don't need a multi-function device..
My son's cheap (£50-£80 IIRC) HP deskjet, though several years old now, can print to printable CDs. Quality is excellent.
There are a number of single-function and multifunction printers than can print to CDs, they use a carrier tray to do so.
As in my 2nd post, given the absence of a wireless single-function printer that can print onto CDs, but given the availability of USB connected single-function printers that can print to CDs, what is involved in using some sort of wireless print adapter (plugs into the printer's USB port?) to give me wireless capability?
It's only for occasional use.
I've used CD labels before, and had a CD auto-changer in a previous car wrecked by one. In hot weather the label lifted fractionally and jammed the auto-changer. An expensive replacement was needed. Never again!