What are some reputable copier and multifunction printer companies?

What are some reputable copier and multifunction printer companies?

25/06/2024 Information 0

It may take some time to find the MFP that best suits your business, but it’s important to evaluate your needs and learn about the features. It may help to narrow down the options to about three brands and then determine which can give you the best deal.


Brother, well known for its speciality fabric printers and industrial sewing machines, also develops and distributes multifunction laser copiers for personal use, small and medium-sized enterprises, and major corporations. Small Brother MFPs start about $130 and normally print at 12 ppm, but the all-in-one Brother MFC-J6945DW INKvestment Tank, which we suggest for SMBs, costs around $380 and prints at up to 22 mp.


Canon’s tiny desktop MFPs are well-liked due to their appealing appearance, high-quality scanner, and affordable starting price. Canon’s business-worthy tabletop machines start about $200, while office copiers range in price from roughly $750 to more than $5,000, depending on configuration and capabilities. Canon’s production printers are popular among organisations that demand high-end in-house printing, and the brand is recognised for providing some of the best leasing and maintenance packages available.


Epson manufactures high-end picture printers, fabric printers, and multifunction copiers for businesses. Epson’s quality extends from its tiny range of home office machines to its business wide-format and graphics printers. Epson also manufactures specialist printers for signs, art reproductions, healthcare labels, dot matrix receipts, and other applications. EcoTank printers from the firm are an ideal solution for microbusinesses looking to reduce ink expenses. The cartridge-free printers come with up to two years of ink in the box and containers that can be replaced with low-cost ink bottles.


HP’s low-cost multifunctional copiers are well-liked since they are available in a range of configurations and have one of the greatest touchscreen interfaces of any printer manufacturer on the market. HP’s all-in-one home printers start about $80 and print at speeds ranging from 5.5 to 8 ppm, depending on the model. Its SMB printers range in price from $160 to $1,000 and can print at speeds ranging from 18 to 55 ppm. HP also sells corporate printers that can print 30 to 75 pages per minute for several thousand dollars. All-in-one printers from HP can print, copy, scan, and fax documents. HP also owns Samsung’s copier division, which has gained a reputation in recent years for elegantly built machines with quick scanning and printing capabilities. HP machines are better suited for basic SMB needs rather than high-volume applications.

Konica Minolta 

Konica Minolta has a comprehensive line of copiers, including multifunction office systems and huge production printers that are noted for their ability to manage enormous print volumes. The company’s high-end professional models can print monochrome at up to 136 ppm, while most midrange models give 28 to 65 ppm. With its wireless connectivity, voice control, basic 8GB of memory, and security features, Konica Minolta’s newest line, the Bizhub i-Series, is designed to boost office efficiency and accessibility. The i-Series printers employ Konica Minolta’s Simitri HD polymerized toner to ensure high-quality printing while reducing the printer’s environmental impact.


Kyocera, like some of the other copier firms on this list, provides full document workflow solutions, with specialties in education, government, healthcare, legal, manufacturing, and corporate sectors. With ppm levels ranging from 25 to 35, Kyocera’s business-focused multifunction copy machines are noted for their durability and ability to handle a high volume of work. The machines are intended to be easily accessible and simple to use. These printers are designed with users in mind, with features such as touchscreen control panels, mobile accessibility, and embossed markings (buttons that can be recognised by touch).


Lexmark manufactures multifunction copiers and provides industry-specific managed services, as well as innovative features like Pantone colour matching, which is perfect for brand consistency. Lexmark’s flagship products are corporate and SMB printers. It contains machines for teams of all sizes, each with its own set of features. Small work-group printers are equipped with a dual-core processor and 2GB of memory for faster, more efficient production. Most Lexmark machines include Wi-Fi connectivity, security features, and a good touchscreen interface, making them popular with users of all types.


Ricoh is the world’s largest copier producer. It manufactures and sells its own copiers and printers under the Ricoh brand, as well as owning and operating several other well-known copier companies such as Savin, Hitachi, Lanier, and InfoPrint Solutions Co. (formerly the IBM Printing Systems Division), but the quality varies greatly depending on the brand name. Ricoh branded office printers are well-known for their high quality, versatility, capacity, speed, graphics, and integrated document workflow solutions and managed print services. Ricoh is better suited to larger SMBs than to microbusinesses or home offices.


Sharp is well known for its televisions and monitors, but company also has a printing division. Rather than home office or personal-use devices, the company primarily sells office and production printers. The majority of Sharp copiers improve workflow efficiency with a 10.1-inch touchscreen panel that allows users to edit documents and reorganise files with the swipe of a finger. Sharp copiers are a wonderful alternative for small business owners who may not have an in-house IT team due to their dependability, user-friendly interfaces, and capability right out of the box.


Xerox multifunction printers are dependable and provide features that SMBs require. These machines include user-friendly interfaces, mobile accessibility, and eco-friendly features such as energy-saving modes. Depending on your printing requirements, prices can range from around $300 to over $15,000 for models with high output. Because of Xerox Color Correction technology, the company’s MFPs feature great colour quality. Businesses will appreciate Xerox MFPs’ ease of use and the company’s strong customer support.

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