Depending on the printer you choose, your digital documents are created in very different ways. For example Ink Jet printers use droplets of ink in small jets. Read more
Depending on the printer you choose, your digital documents are created in very different ways. For example Ink Jet printers use droplets of ink in small jets, which are more suited to colour printing. Whereas Laser printers, use powdered ink and an electrostatic application, which are better suited to high volume monochrome printing.
Which Printer should I buy?
The first thing you need to decide is what are you going to use the printer for and what kind of volumes are you going to be printing?
This will help you work out, which printer will give you the best value for money as well as the best quality output.
Most home and small business users find an all-in-one inkjet printer offers the best value and versatility, as they also scan, copy and should you need it fax as well as print.
Low cost printers
If you’re looking for a good all round printer that can help with homework, documents and the odd picture then a low cost inkjet or laser printer is the perfect solution. If however you are looking for speed, then a laser printer is much faster.
If you want to print photo’s, the odd school project and other smaller projects that require colour then a good quality inkjet printer is the perfect solution.
Those looking to print family photos, school projects or other light use colour jobs should consider a good quality inkjet printer, which can produce stunning results. Our range of photo printers are also specifically designed to print great quality photos.