Although the idea of going paperless has been a standard practice for many businesses today, that doesn’t mean the good old printer is falling out of favour. So, whether you are looking the right one for a small or large office, check out these printers which suit your respective needs.
The Brother MFC-9330CDW is particularly a beast that justifies its huge price tag. It has a speedy printing capability of up to 22 ppm regardless of mono, colour printing and automatic duplex printing. This printer also supports various connectivity including WiFi, USB, Ethernet and mobile printing such as Brother iPrint & Scan and Google Cloud Print.
Brother MFC-9330CDW also includes the functionality of scanning documents, where you can scan an A4 document at 300 dpi as fast as 23 seconds. Copying documents is just as speedy, with a single page only takes a maximum 18 to 21 seconds. Finally, it comes equipped with a 3.7” colour touchscreen for easy navigation and quick access.
Regular printing can be costly in the long run, particularly if the ink cartridge doesn’t come cheap. But thanks to the likes of Canon TS207, you can expect high-quality printouts regardless of black and white or colour. This printer uses affordable ink cartridges that only cost a fraction of its price.
The printer itself is resistant to minor scratches and fingerprints, thanks to its grid-textured surface. Best of all, it also able to support borderless photo printing that’ll makes full use of your paper size.
For such a reasonable price point, the Canon MG3070S has most of the things you need in a printer. It has a paper tray that can accommodate up to 60 A4 sheets, well-positioned control buttons and speedy printouts which only take 15 and 29 seconds per page for black & white and colour document respectively.
But the real deal about this printer is its ability to print wirelessly using the Canon Print Inkjet/SELPHY App. The app itself can be downloaded via Google Play or App Store. Apart from offering the convenience of wireless printing, you can even scan documents as well as customise print sizes or change printer settings.
If that’s not enough, the Canon MG3070S also supports Cloud Printing. That means you can print photos and documents directly from social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
This compact workhorse of a Canon laser printer boasts all the bells and whistles. That’s because the printer includes fast A4 printing results up to 18 ppm which produce remarkable colour reproduction and crisp black & white. It also sports a large 5-inch LCD touchscreen for easy access, and supports various mobile printing using the likes of Google Cloud Print and Canon PRINT Business.
The Canon ImageCLASS MF631Cn also supports document scanning where you can use Canon’s SEND Technology to digitise your physical documents and transfer them to shared folders. Other highlights include a built-in Gigabit Ethernet connectivity for fuss-free network integration and a direct printing solution that allows you to conveniently print from USB devices.
If speed is your biggest concern, then you don’t have to worry since the HP LaserJet Pro M15w can produce fast printing result at up to 18 ppm. The printer itself is also blessed with a compact design that leaves minimum footprint when placed on office desks or counters.
HP LaserJet Pro M15w also supports wireless printing, thanks to the built-in WiFi as well as mobile printing capabilities such as Google Cloud Print, AirPrint and HP Smart App.
ot matrix printers have been an industry standard for many businesses, particularly during the 70s and 80s. Although these printers are no longer as popular as today, they still serve its purposes for low printing costs, exceptional print speed and multiple printing capabilities. Take the Epson LX310, for instance; it can print as quick as 347 characters per second.
Other highlights include its ability to produce up to a 5-part form printout, reliability of 10,000 operational hours and multiple connectivity options, thanks to the printer’s built-in USB, Serial and Parallel Interface.
Suitable for both office or even home uses, the Epson WorkForce WF-7710DWF allows you to print, scan and fax documents up to A3 size. It even supports A3 duplex printing while its overall print speed can produce mono and colour printouts of up to 18 ppm and 10 ppm respectively.
The printer uses four individual cartridges, which is capable of producing the highest yields of 1,100 and 2,200 pages for mono and colour tanks. It has a small LCD touchscreen panel for easy setting adjustment and various media handlings to support both borderless print and thick media.
Finally, you have the option to use the printer either wired or wireless using WiFi or mobile printing services ranging from Epson Connect to Google Cloud Print and AirPrint.
There are times you wish you can use the printer without relying on a standard wired connection. Which brings us to the Brother DCP-T510W, one of those versatile printers that allows you to print wirelessly using the convenience of WiFi Direct. It also supports mobile printing such as Brother iPrint & Scan Mobile, Google Cloud Print and Mopria.
Various connectivity aside, this printer features a 3-in-1 (print, copy & scan) functionality and sufficient paper capacity with a tray that can accommodate up to 150 sheets. It has a high ink capacity, capable of yielding 5,000 and 6,500 respective pages for colour and mono printouts.
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