Network Laser Printers
So why get a laser printer rather than a cheaper inkjet printer? The main advantages of laser printers are speed, precision and economy. A laser can move very quickly, so it can “write” with much greater speed than an ink jet. And because the laser beam has an unvarying diameter, it can draw more precisely, without spilling any excess ink. Laser printers are commonly black for text based printing cutting costs of additional wasted colour toners. Network capabilities allow it to be shared across a network easily, modern printers also allow printing from mobile devices.
HP introduced its Officejet Pro X range of printers last year as something of a revolution in inkjet printing. A direct rival to small workgroup laser printers, the Officejet Pro X is aimed at offices, but with the extra advantages of inkjet.
Like the other printers in the range, it has a printhead – or more precisely 10 overlapping heads – which run the full width of the paper, so the head doesn’t have to scan from side to side, and only the paper moves. This gives the printer a very significant speed boost, overtaking all but the fastest laser printers. The devices can print up to 70PPM and run can be half the cost of a laser black/colour printing wise.
Sheet feeders allow multiple pages to be feed in and scanned at once. Many printers come with Duplex allowing printing on both sides of the paper cutting down costs and environmental impacts.
Full height Laser printers
Full height workcentre printers are typically used for volume printing, they offer multiple paper trays for different headed paper and multi function for all photocopying / fax needs.
These devices can also be leased offering a all in price based a cost per page, all servicing and toner costs are included.
We supply onsite next day warranty packs for all our printers