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Digital Copiers

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Digital Copiers

It is quite a surprising fact that the first ever digital copiers evolved from the plain old paper photocopier by the copier industry giant, Xerox, in the year 1959. The copiers today are more or less like computers, which do not only satisfy the needs of copying, but at the same time take care of other aspects like faxing, scanning and much more and the best part is that, all this can be done by a single machine, i.e., the digital copier. The traditional analog copier has been outdated by its successor, the digital copier, which has the same characteristics as the analog copier but costs you almost the same.

Digital Copiers are enjoying the reputation of being less noisy and posing less technical breakdowns, compared to the analog copiers. Some of the advantages of the digital copiers are as follows:

  • Digital copiers act as multi-tasking machines, i.e., apart from basic copying function, other functions include network printing as well as faxing.
  • Since there are not many moving parts in the digital copier, the chances of a mechanical breakdown are far less.
  • Compared to analog copiers, digital copiers have the ability of producing finer lines and better quality images.
  • The most important advantage of a digital copier is that when it is supposed to copy ten pages, it scans the pages individually only once and copies the pages from the information that is stored during the scanning process. On the hand, the analog copier scans each page ten times, that means it scans the entire set about hundred times before it starts the copying process.

There are many companies that manufacture digital copiers like Canon, Toshiba,and Brother.

ABT are suppliers of a wide range of Office Machines including Digital Copiers and it offers attractive discounts on most of the copier models available which could save you 25% to about 50%.

Another advantage of soucing your digital copier through ABT is apart from selling these models at discounted prices, you can even lease them out for a lot less a month. Please feel free to contact ABT on Freephone: 0800 389 1304 and discover just how affordable our machines are.

We recommend that before you plan to buy a digital copier, it is advisable that you know your requirements, like the volume of work that the machine is to perform, how fast you want the work to be done etc. At ABT we are always glad to be of service ,and over the last decade we have helped over 6000 customers find the right office machines for their business.

Thanks to the huge demand of digital copiers in the country, manufactures are continuosly striving to improve their products in order to satisfy their consumers and generate more revenue. Following the success of most digital copier models, manufacturers are even looking forward to increasing the speed of the machines, which will further add to benefits of the consumers.

View our range of Digital Copiers

We have a good selection of discounted Brother Digital Copiers



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