Economical office printers
Date Posted:21 June 2019
Buying a new office printer is not something you should rush in to ... if you want to end up with a good one.
All the makes and models in the office printer category - with different options, features, specifications, print technologies etc can make it really tricky to pick the best printer for your business.
And let's not forget ink and toner! Office printers can't exist without them and busy offices tend to use lots.
Depending on the printer make and model you buy, it's operating (printing) costs can range from very reasonable to super expensive, so it's pretty important to do some checking - before parting with your 'printer cash'.
Some printers only accept new (genuine) ink or toner, others may need minor modifications or firmware tweaks to tolerate remanufactured and refilled ink cartridges, while certain printers are more accepting of ink system mods like CISS (continuous ink), refiling or re-using remanufactured ink or toner cartridges.
And obviously these would be the printers to aim for - if you want to take advantage of cheaper and/or eco-friendlier options.
But...how can you find out which printers are more (or less) economical? The printer companies don't offer up this information ... it's not in their interest. A cheaper to run printer equals less profit for the printer makers.
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- what paper types & sizes you use
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- operating system(s) you use
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