Office Printers

Office Printers Buyers Guide

Choose your Office Printers

All in One Inkjet Printers
All in One Inkjet Printers
Multifunction Laser Printers
Multifunction Laser Printers
Mono Laser Printers
Mono Laser Printers
Colour Laser Printers
Colour Laser Printers
Inkjet Printers
Inkjet Printers
Dot Matrix Printers
Dot Matrix Printers
3D Printers
3D Printers
 

Here you will find a wide range of office printers, we offer machines from brands such as: Brother, Canon, HP, OKI and Epson. As we are trying to satisfy both business and home users the variety of devices on our site ranges from basic inkjet machines to high spec professional printers that can produce high volume of prints and operate in large networked environments. You can choose among multifunction inkjet printers, mono laser printers and colour laser printers to name a few. We are sure you will find an office printer that meets your requirements. We also carry a large range of large format printers such as A3 printers.
 

Printers Buyers Guide
 

With such a large variety of printers available on the market choosing a printer can seem like a daunting task.  There are many types of printers including wireless printers, multifunction printers, photo printers, inkjet printers and laser printers.  Generally if you are printing photographs it is better to use an inkjet or ideally a photo printer however if you’ve a lot of documents to print then a laser printer is ideal. The main factor in choosing an office printer is what the printer will be used for and the amount of printing you intend to do each month.
 

Home Users - If you just do occasional printing and don’t need any other features an inkjet office printer is a good option. However the price difference between inkjet printers and all in one inkjet printers is very small so it might be worth getting a multifunction inkjet printer that will also allow you to scan, copy. Some of multifunction inkjet printers also come with a fax machine function.
 

Photo Printing - If you plan to use a printer mainly to print photographs then a photo printer should suit you’re needs. Photo printers have come a long way in terms of quality, it can be difficult to tell the difference between a photograph printed on a photo printer and a photograph produced the conventional way.  Most photo printers can produce good quality photographs however the more expensive photo printers generally offer you extra features or faster photo printing.  However if you’re serious about photography and want guaranteed photolab quality photos then you may need to pay more and purchase a professional photo printer.
 

Home Office - If you have Home Office sometimes space can be a factor so that is why many home offices choose a multifunctional printer, you can get a multifunctional printer that has printing, copying, scanning and faxing facilities. You can get inkjet multifunction printers or laser multifunction printers however it might be more economical to purchase a laser version if you have a lot of printing as the cost per print page is cheaper so in the long run a multifunction laser printer can work out cheaper.    
 

Business - If you have a business you will you probably require an office printer with more memory, fast processing time so you can process multiple print jobs at one time and you can print lots of documents.  You may also want an office printer with network features so multiple staff can access the printer.  You should also consider the size of the paper you print on, whether or not you require duplex printing facilities etc.      
 

Most business owners understand that paying extra for a good quality laser printer is a worthwhile investment as it may work out more economical in the long run when you calculate the cost per page.  You can choose a mono laser printer or a colour laser printer.  Many small businesses only have a small requirement for colour printing so they often purchase a high quality mono laser printer and maybe a small inkjet for any colour printing they might do from time to time, it’s really depends on the requirements of the business.

When purchasing a high quality office printer make sure you take the time to not only compare prices and features but you should also compare warranties and the price of the consumables.