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  • Fuji Xerox Phaser 7800DN Printer

    Print speed up to 45ppm (A4) Standard automatic two-sided print (Duplex Printing) True 1200 x 2400 dpi printing Memory 2GB / Hard drive 160GB minimum First page out time as fast as 9 seconds Optional Finishing Options

    Price:
    $2934.5
  • Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM505da Printer

    The DocuPrint CM505 is Fuji Xerox Printers first true enterprise class A4 copier based on Multifunction Device, bringing high-end enterprise level technology, functionality and innovation to the mid-market, small and medium business (SMB) level. With advanced features and high-end multifunction…

    Price:
    $3437.5
  • Fuji DocuPrint M455DF Printers

    With the DocuPrint M455 df multifunction printer, you’ll get best-in-class speed, expanded capabilities and professional-looking print quality for your busy office.

    Price:
    $1688
  • Fuji Xerox WorkCentre 4260 Printer

    Copy and print up to 53 ppm (A4) Standard automatic two-sided copyprint 600 x 600 dpi printing (up to 1200 x 1200 enhanced image quality) Up to 200,000 pagesmonth duty cycle 256 MB memory (expandable to 512 MB) plus 80 GB Hard Drive 100-sheet Duplex Automatic Document Feeder

    Price:
    $2827.94

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What to consider when shopping for a new printer Printers range quite dramatically in price so you’ll want to make sure you’re even looking at the right categories before you make your purchase. The two main categories available are inkjet and laser printers, the former is much more suited to everyday and home use, with a generally cheaper initial cost and the ability to produce better quality photo prints and handle multi-function tasks such as scanning and photocopying with ease. Laser printers, however, are better suited for offices that generally print in large quantities, as the toner used for this is better value over time, but these printers may suffer in more specialist tasks. The field is largely dominated by names such as Brother, Canon, Fuji and HP and, given the exclusivity of print cartridge design, it’s generally a good idea to stick to these names.