Which multifunctional device to choose for the office?
Only a dozen or so years ago a laser printer could have made an impression on someone. However, the standards are changing at an incredible speed. This is, of course, linked to technological progress, which affects every aspect of our lives. Now, virtually anywhere in the world, you can connect to the global web to send vacation photos and videos to your family and friends. Technological development continues to have an impact on office equipment.
More and more entrepreneurs are investing in professional administrative and office equipment, which will meet the requirements of any company, regardless of the industry. An example is the increasing popularity of MFPs, which are slowly replacing traditional inkjet or laser printers. Therefore, if you are wondering what kind of device to buy for our office, it is worth to familiarize yourself with the offer of the Lobos store, which can offer a wide range of such products.
What are MFPs?
It often turns out that ordinary printers are no longer sufficient. That's why it's worth using multifunctional devices that significantly expand our capabilities. Multifunctional devices are a combination of printer, scanner, photocopier, sometimes even fax machine. Purchasing such a device will save you money, because we do not need to buy any more additional equipment. It is also a good solution for offices with limited space.
What should I pay attention to when choosing multifunction devices?
There are many models of such equipment on the market. It is therefore worth investing in a high-end product that will serve us for many years to come. At the beginning we have to think about the technology of printing, that is, whether it is a laser printer or an inkjet printer. Inkjet models are usually a bit cheaper, but more and more people decide to buy a laser equivalent. If we limit ourselves to the printing of documents, then the inkjet printer is more than enough. If we need to prepare documents with charts, images, including promotional materials, it is better to invest in a more expensive laser model. It is also worth noting the operating costs, which, to the surprise of some, may turn out to be higher in the case of inkjet printers, due to the prices of toners with inks.
Another aspect is the question of colour, and this is not about the colour of the housing. We have to ask ourselves here whether we are going to print a large number of colour documents. If not, the answer is simple - we don't need a colour printing device. The resolution of the multifunctional device is also important. This parameter can be given in many different ways as it applies to both the scanner resolution (optical resolution) and the printer resolution (copy resolution). The higher the values of both these parameters, the better the print and scan quality. It's also worth taking a look at the media that support MFPs. There are several formats, e.g. A4 (the most standard), A3 or even C4. Everything depends on our needs.