Even the most modest of offices will likely be networked and sharing a resource as useful as a printer is an essential. So you should only be looking at printers that are capable of networked use. Wired offers speed and robust function for a fixed office. Wireless is flexible, cheap to deploy but not as fast in use.
Multi-function features can be found across the board and at all cost scales. Basic features start with USB Key and card readers for PC-free printing, moving to scanner and copier functions. At the higher end automatic document feeders (ADF) can manage 50 copies in a single go and produce booklets including duplex printing, stapling and folding. Often the basic ADF features will accommodate most medium-sized offices.
The total volume of prints you’re going to make also needs to be taken into account. Devices often quote a “duty cycle” monthly maximum and recommended figures. These are the total number of prints it’s designed to handle per month. If possible assess the number of prints per employee for the office and ensure the device is capable of meeting your current and future demands.
Precedence supply Network and Standalone Business Printers from vendors including EPSON, Samsung, OKI, Lexmark and HP etc. in the following types:
- Multifunction Printers
- Color Multifunction Printers
- Laser Printers
- Color Laser Printers