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With a wide variety of available options and suggested uses, you might still have questions about how to decide which printer is right for you. Evaluating what you want to get out of your printer and the functions you need your printer to perform is a good place to start.
These printers are designed for speed, power, quality, and built with the specific needs of enterprise in mind.
What Are My Options?
Inkjet printers can print anything from labels and envelopes to color graphics for your next business proposal. They're great for students printing term papers and color-heavy documents. By spraying tiny droplets of ink onto paper, inkjet printers create crisp text and rich graphics.
Laser printers are often considered the best printer for small business printing. They are designed for speed in high-volume printing while maintaining a low cost per page. They are able to print in both black & white (monochrome), and in color with the use of powder toner and static electricity to ensure your prints are ready fast.
All-In-One printers are unique in their ability to perform multiple functions on the same machine. Most All-In-One printers offer the ability to print, copy and scan while others also have fax and photo capabilities. All-In-One printers help reduce space clutter and can reduce the cost of ink.
Many photo printers perform using the same technology as inkjet printers. Photo printers are designed primarily to create high-quality images. From family photos to CD covers and postcards, photo printers can serve most creative printing needs.
Supertank printers are inkjet printers that come with high-capacity ink tanks, rather than ink cartridges. These cartridge-free printers deliver the convenience of being able to print several thousands of pages, right out of the box, without the need for ink replenishment, which can save time and money. When ink is eventually depleted, it is replaced with ink bottles or bags.
Using a range of printing materials, 3D printers are designed to bring your concepts to reality. Combining digital creation, light programming and printing, 3D printers are great for the at-home occasional creator and the professional product developer alike.
By being able to send documents from your device through a router to a printer, you can print from any desk in the office without wires. Keep in mind that Wi-Fi connectivity requires you to be within the router's range or Wi-Fi hotspot.
Card Readers and Media Slots
Some printers allow you to print your documents and photos directly from a Memory Card or USB Flash Drive. There are also printers that even allow you to make edits to images before printing. Consider this option if you're looking for one-stop basic image printing.
Paper Capacity and Two-Sided Printing
Consider your average printing volume and the page size you're going to need. A high number of sheets per input/output tray allows high-volume printing, while the ability to print on both sides (duplexing) saves money and materials. Make sure the printers you're browsing are capable of printing the sheet size you use most to create extraordinary prints.
Print Speed and Consumable Use
How many pages do you need your printer to be able to print per minute (ppm)? Slower print speeds may take time but they also can produce a higher quality print. If you're printing text documents for company meetings, you may want to consider a higher print speed. Take note of how often the printer will need maintenance and how often your consumables (ink, toner, filament) may need to be replaced.
Inks, Toners and Filaments
When choosing a new printer, keep in mind that you will have to buy printer supplies periodically to keep your machine in good working order. Always have a replacement ready!
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