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Are Your Laser Printers Ready for 2016?

Peter PrinterWhat are the newest technologies for laser printers in 2016 that you should know about?

by Peter Printer

Planning to be in the market for new laser printers in 2016? Looking to upgrade or expand? What about wireless capabilities?

There are a vast number of brands and models on the market to choose from for laser printers – Dell, Lexmark, Samsung, HP, Epson, Brother, IBM to name a few. From mono, colour and MFD all-in-one multifunction copy/scan/fax printers with high speed and high dpi print resolutions, and advanced NFC technology, powerful connectivity and Wi-Fi direct. Below are some key considerations and top wireless models that provide connectivity and Cloud print mobility. ibm laser printer

Key features to look for:

  • Wi-fi capabilities
  • # of users that can be networked
  • ability to print from smartphone or tablet, PC and laptop
  • print resolution
  • multi-functionality
  • upgradeable memory
  • print speed/duty cycle

For example, Canon’s MF628Cw image Class wireless 4-in-1 color laser and Samsungs’s Xpress SL-C410W/XAA multi-function printers can print wirelessly, print on tab and also print through Google Cloud. With the mobile printing app downloaded for Apple, iOS, Android and Windows smartphone devices and tablets, web pages, documents and images can be printed directly from the Cloud, through embedded Google Cloud Printing.

Lexmark MX710 Series of multi-function laser printers has network capabilities and also offers ultra-advanced security capabilities for enterprise level security. For example, it authenticates, authorizes and monitors employee usage, locks down sensitive data with standard network security protocols and data encryption, and also offers audit logging tracking capabilities.
The HP Colour Laser Jet Pro M277dw multi-function laser printer is another example of a high quality laser printer with web connectivity. Its AirPrint feature allows for wireless remote printing through the use of iPhone, iPod touch or iPad devices.

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