All You Need to Know About Buying Printers

If you're planning to purchase a printer and you don't have at least a basic knowledge of the different types of them then it will be very difficult for you to select one among the various printers available.

There are many types of them, for example, Ink-jet, Laser-jet, Desk-jet, etc. You may get to know more important facts about printers via camainks.com/collections/ink.

Basically, printers are manufactured according to their general application. For example, an office printer is used much more frequently than the ones used at home. At home, you might just need it for printing photos and the occasional document but at your work office, you normally don't need to have a photo printing option.

There are a series of questions you should be prepared to ask in order to understand your needs from the printer. These questions are as follows:

  • Do you need it for printing only text or only Graphics or both?
  • Will you be producing print outs on a larger scale or on a smaller scale?
  • Which is more critical for you; quantity or quality?
  • Will it is shared among the workgroup or will it be used on a single PC?
  • Do you require color printing or black and white printing?
  • How much is your budget for your new device?

If you go to a salesperson with answers to the above-mentioned questions then they can easily understand your needs a piece of advice on a suitable machine.

Nowadays multifunctional printers are also available in the market. Some of them are 5 in 1 and some of them are 3 in 1. 3 in 1 have Printing, Photocopier and Scanner and 5 in 1 have Printed, Photocopier, Scanner, Telephone, and Fax. These multifunctional printers are a very good option for small offices and for personal or limited use.

But if you need printing or photocopying on a larger scale than you should not purchase any one of these two, as the per-page cost of such printer is 10 times more than a dedicated original photocopying machine. Similarly, if you need printing on a larger scale then a laser printer is the best option because it reduces per page printing cost and it also saves your time.