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Photocopiers

Invented many decades ago in the late thirties, photocopiers have come a long way since their humble beginnings. Most present day photocopiers make use of the ‘Xerography’ technology that creates exact copies of documents containing text, images and graphics.

Photocopiers are now used widely in business, schools, colleges, and governmental agencies. Depending on your needs, you can also buy one for your own personal use. Photocopiers that are currently available in the market, make use of all the latest technologies such as touch-screen control panels, energy saving and heat-reducing components, automated print scan and network connection functionalities and many others.

These high-end photocopiers are quite useful because they are designed to fit into the existing IT systems that have become a norm in most large organizations. Connected to a LAN network, they function as centralized printing workhorses, catering to the photocopying needs of the entire organization.

Different types of photocopiers are available in the market and what you finally select will depend on your specific needs and requirements. To aid you in your decision making process, described below are two of the most common types of photocopiers available in the market.

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Black and white photocopiers

You should opt for these types of photocopiers if you require to create copies of text documents. Another good reason as to why you should opt for a black and white photocopier machine is that the operational costs are relatively low as compared to a fully loaded colour-photocopying machine.

Apart from these, there are not many reasons that might justify your preference for black and white photocopiers. Colour copiers may be a bit more costly, but when you consider the associated benefits, it can make sense to opt for a colour photocopier machine instead of a black and white one.

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Colour photocopiers

Colour photocopiers have redefined the original concept of photocopying because you can use them for creating multiple copies of virtually anything that is printed on paper, textile, plastic and other thin-sheeted material.

Available in different designs and colour combinations, you can also use them for enhancing the existing ambience of your home or office. You should not worry about costs because both acquisition and operational costs of colour photocopiers have decreased substantially over the years.

However, before you actually buy any of these photocopiers, you need to consider a few basic things such as the photocopying speed, toner consumption, and the type of maintenance required for keeping the machine in mint condition. It is only then will you be able to select the most appropriate photocopying machine and consequently derive the associated benefits.

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