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If you're routinely printing out 100-page contracts, lengthy service agreements or thousands of sales letters, a black and white laser printer is a must-have. A significant step above inkjets in terms of sharpness of text, laser printers also handle greater output, offer diverse paper handling capabilities, utilize long-lasting ink cartridges and are designed for network use. They also offer finishing options such as two-sided printing, stapling and collating. These features come with a larger price tag than inkjets. Table-top models with work-group capability start around $800 while full-function models go up to about $4,000.
When buying a laser printer, consider the following:
1. Print quality.
2. Print speed.
3. Number of pages that can be printed before the laser printer cartridge needs to be replaced.
4. Network capabilities.
5. Paper-handling capabilities.
8. Cost of ownership.
Laser printers are one of the most important and most often used devices in any office, whether you have a home office, a small business, or a huge corporation to choose printers for. Just about every type of business can benefit from a printer, whether they are needed to print business letters, service agreements, sales letters, or contracts. Although inkjet printers are excellent devices in their own right, laser ones offer plenty of benefits over them. For example, they can handle a higher output, offer long-lasting cartridges of various ink colors, print text sharper and more clearly, have many paper handling capabilities, and are excellent for network use. They can also staple, collage, and provide two-sided printing — all of which are ideal for business usage.
When choosing what type of laser printer is best for your needs, you want to consider several things, including the price, the print speed, the print quality, its reliability, its networking capabilities, how many pages it can print before you need to purchase a new printer cartridge, the cost of ownership, and its paper-handling capabilities. You also want to determine whether you are in need of a black and white printer or a color printer. To find out more about laser printers and how to pick the best one for your business, look at the many resources available on Business.com.
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