The price of a stand-alone printer is dependent on the print speed and quality of printing required. High speed laser printers are the most expensive models, whilst inkjet printers, especially mono printers, tend to be fairly inexpensive. Remember to factor in the costs of consumables and ink when working out your budget and estimated costs per page. Inkjet printers range from just a few pounds up to a few hundred for a very capable mid use business printer. Laser printers can start from as little as £60 for a basic, desktop model, up to as much as £10,000 for a fast, high volume, sophisticated machine. Leasing is often an attractive option for businesses and spreads the costs out over predictable monthly installments.
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- What is a typical price range for a stand-alone photocopier?
- What is a typical price range for a multifunction printer?
- What finance options are available for printer-photocopiers?
- Is leasing a printer-photocopier better than buying or renting one?
- How does an office printer leasing contract work?
- What is the VAT rate for renting a photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for VAT when I buy a printer-photocopier?
- What sort of maintenance costs can I expect to pay for my printer-photocopier?
- How much can I save by purchasing a reconditioned photocopier?
- Is professional installation included in the cost of acquiring a printer-photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for recycling an old printer-photocopier?