Monday, July 6, 2009

Analog, Digital and your Office Copy Machine

We’ve come a long way since this:

Still, one of the main questions when buying a copier is whether you should buy a digital copier or analog machine. No longer: the answer now is a resounding "digital."

You see, it makes little sense to buy analog copiers as most manufacturers have stopped introducing new analog models, and there is only a small price difference between analog and digital copiers with similar features.

There are many advantages of moving to digital machines:
  • They combine the functions of copiers, network printers, and fax machines
  • Fewer moving parts means less mechanical breakdowns
  • Less noise makes for a quieter business environment
  • They are better in reproducing fine lines and photographs
It seems though that some people still like the simplicity of old fashioned analog copiers - true they can be simpler to operate, with just one button to press in order to make a copy. However, with even minimal training, your staff will quickly get used to operating a digital machine and your office copying needs will take less time and save you more money.

Oh, and remember to be nice to your new digital copier - it can do this:

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1 comment:

  1. Good post on office copy machine.It much helpfull.

    Peter - Officetronics Products