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Which Type of Business Printer do I Need?

Are you looking for a replacement office printer but not sure which type you need ? Here are a few handy tips to help you decide.


The first option to consider is whether you require a colour or mono (black and white) printer ?  Many people tend to choose colour, and are then faced with the choice between inkjet or laser printer technology, which then gives the next dilemma – cost !


Colour laser office printers can be expensive to purchase, and the first time you have to replace a toner cartridge, you can get a shock – a full set can be as much as £600 !!


So, before you decide on your next business office printer – ask yourself - do you really need colour, or will a mono laser printer suffice ?


If you tend to print invoices, letters or internal office documents, then you might not need to spend more than is necessary on a colour laser or all singing all dancing multifunction printer (scan, copy) – why not have a look at the extensive range of mono laser printers available ?


A laser office printer will give you excellent quality print on all your business documents.  The way a laser printer prints is to fuse the dry toner powder onto the surface of the paper, which produces a crisper, sharper image than an inkjet, where the wet ink can soak into the paper giving a “fuzzier” edge to the print.


The HP LaserJet Mono P2055DN or the HP Laserjet P3015DN are both great desktop sized printers, ideal for small offices, ranging from single user up to 10 people, depending on print usage.  The toner cartridges for these printers are readily available, and at an affordable price.


Browse our full range of office printers here or if you need some help from our friendly team just give us a call on 0845 370 7701.


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