HP Printer Technician

Do you know how to choose the best printer for your office?

Whether you have a small, medium or large company, it’s smart to choose the best printer for your needs.  What may seem like a minor investment could cost you more in the long run if you don’t make the right selection. But how do you choose?  Should you choose inkjet or laser? Single-function, multifunction (MFP), color or black & white?  What do all those numbers and letters at the end of the printer model mean (n, d, dn, e, w, etc…)  With the incredible selection of printers available, your head may start to spin once you look at your options for the best printer.

It’s no secret that despite offices becoming more and more digital, printers aren’t obsolete in the office setting. There will always be a need for documents to be printed for one reason or another. The right printer can help you save time and improve work efficiency.  However, it can be hard to know which one is best for your business and which will get the most bang for your buck. If your business is in the market for a new printer, here are a few things to consider:

Choosing the right type of printer:

The first step in choosing a new printer for your office is choosing the right type of printer. Understanding the different types of printers on the market will help you make an informed decision. Also, consider choosing one that can handle the daily printing volume and the types of documents being printed.

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Inkjet: Inkjet printers are one of the most affordable printers on the market since they’re fairly small and are available at many office supply stores. Inkjet printers are mainly used for documents and photographs.  The quality of Inkjet printers continue to improve and are getting more and more difficult to determine the difference at first glance with output.  The quality of inks used in new models also does not smudge and smear as easily in certain models and they are also being manufactured to produce high volume of documents similar to laserjets.  These printers require ink cartridges, and the cartridges will need to be replaced with frequent use. They are ideal for homes and small offices that have a low to medium daily printing volume.

Laser: Another common type of printer found in office buildings is a laser printer. Laser printers are great for companies that print a high volume of documents and for high-resolution color. Laser printers are larger than inkjet printers, but this makes them better for medium to large companies that use their printer often or have more than one employee printing to the same printer. Unlike most inkjet printers, laser printers can print a high volume of documents in a short amount of time without having to replace ink cartridges regularly. Laser printers and toner initially cost more, they’re more efficient and affordable for companies that print frequently.

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