What do you need to bear in mind when buying a printer? Do you know the work flows or the printing capacity? When buying a new device we sometimes only look for the brand and the prestige. That’s a good option, but what are the differences between each one? What do we need to keep in mind and which elements are important?
The first thing you need to think about is why you need it. Printing capacity, speed or scanning are key points that can make your printer more or less suitable for you.
Let’s see in detail each of these aspects:
For all of us it is important to have a device that prints the largest number of pages in the shortest time possible. That’s why we measure the pages per minute. This is something we need to take into account for our workers, since they can finish their work faster.
You need to know that speed must be in line with the printing capacity. In fact, for an ordinary device, the printing capacity recommended is 2000 pages per month and its optimal speed is, approximately, 20 pages per minute.
Optimal printing capacity
This has to do with the performance of your printer without overloading it. We can actually exceed the average but we would be forcing our printer and reducing its useful life.
It is precisely for that reason that we recommend you analyse why you need a printer.
Have you ever thought about this? Scanning is key to maximise the work flows. You need to consider the double-sided printing and scanning speed so that a proper time management can make us save money, time and energy.
If you are going to buy a printer it’s important to consider all these components that will make you save money and time. We insist on the importance of analysing the use you are going to give to your printer, so quality, prize and performance can suit your needs.