In my family, we have a few Android smartphones, plus an Acer A500 tablet. They can connect to my home network using wifi, samba, and ssh, just like the way I can with my laptop, for file sharing. So, why is it that there are no printer drivers for Android devices, that allow me to print to a shared printer attached to another computer? The only printer solutions I have seen for Android involve printing only to special wifi-enabled or bluetooth printers, or printing over the Internet, as with Google Cloud Printing. Is it just a lack of memory? CPU power? Apathy? On my Linux system, the components of CUPS don't seem to take up much storage, and it doesn't seem that it should take a lot of CPU horsepower to process print jobs. Also, I'm not keen on the idea of opening my home network to the Internet, just so I can print a web page every now and then. Will Android devices ever be able to just print?