The question we aim to answer for most of our document solutions clients would have to be, “What’s the best printer for me?”
This is a tough question to answer because it all depends on where this printer is going to be used, who is going to use it the most and what they are going to use it for. Whether you need a high-quality printer or an all-in-one, multi-function workhorse, chances are that in addition to carrying the model that would best suit your needs, we’ve also partnered with the manufacturer so that we can answer any questions you’ve got and provide any maintenance you may require in the future. If it’s been a while since you’ve looked into new printer technology, now may be the time to start shopping. Out of the selection of brands we carry, these three have had some particularly exciting innovations this year…
Lanier MP Series
The Lanier MPs can keep pace with an entire workgroup’s busy demands without compromising speed or performance. Featuring powerful internal processors and lots of RAM, it integrates seamlessly in almost any environment— even round-the-clock offices. Its icon-driven user interface driver simplifies print jobs for crisp output and an improved user experience. Advanced administrative controls allow you better manage a variety of teams by enforcing quotas or limiting output for specific users or workgroups. In the end, this can help you save money and environmental resources which are equally important in today’s market.
HP LaserJet Printers
The new high-end monochrome laser printers from HP are manufactured for high-volume printing, as evidenced by their max monthly duty cycles and massive paper capacities. The output quality should be fine for general business use, although its text quality was slightly subpar. This means that for brochures and presentations, these black and white HPs may not be the best option but for notes, spreadsheets, letters and memos, they’re an efficient, affordable option. HP has applied the latest peer-to-peer wireless technologies, including NFC touch-to-print and Wireless Direct to most new LaserJets which makes them good for multi-device printing as well.
This year’s Samsung wireless laser printers, both color and black and white models, have quite high image resolution capabilities. With the added resolution, some may be slower than HP or Lanier laser printers but many Samsung machines can “boot up” in a matter of mere seconds. They have a wide range for wireless printing, heavy duty paper trays for holding many pounds of paper and impressive toner cartridge efficiency. Monthly duty cycle average between 10 and 20.000 and certain toner cartridges may print up to 7,000 pages. Though you may sacrifice some speed and multi-functionality, Samsung’s newest product are perfect for heavy duty corporate printing needs.