One of the most frequent questions we get is, “how much does a printer or copier cost?” Without knowing exactly what a person is looking for, it’s hard to give an exact cost but we can provide somewhat of an idea; which is $1,000 for a small printer and $100,000 + for a high-end production machine with all the options.
Docutrend, a premier office technology provider in the New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia metro areas, has been providing the right multifunction and printer devices for over 20 years and can put the right copier or printer in your workspace to meet the exact needs of your employees, without breaking the bank.
Here are some ranges of printers and copiers that we offer.
|Device Type||Options||Price Range|
|Basic Office Printer||Color Printing||$1,000–$2,000|
|Multifunctional Devices||Copy/Print/Scan/Fax + Color||$3,500–$17,000|
|Commercial Printers||High-Output Color + All Options||$32,000–$100,000+|
So, since there isn’t a simple answer to the question “how much does a copier or printer cost?”, its best to consult with a reputable copy dealer like Docutrend and speak with a certified print expert to help you understand what factors may come into play. These experts will be able assess your workflow and usage to place the right device or devices plus let you know what you can expect to pay.
What you don’t want is for a sales representative to come into your workplace with questions that you’re unprepared to answer. You may over or underestimate your needs and end up with a copier that doesn’t fit your workplace. In turn, that salesperson won’t be meeting your needs and could end up as a dissatisfied customer.
Keep in mind that pricing is subject to variables like whether you lease or buy, what kind of a lease rate you get, which accessories are added and whether you have service and toner costs included in your contract.
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Ready to learn about the printer and copiers Docutrend offers? When you choose Docutrend, you are partnering with a top managed service and office technology company that will provide the most up-to-date Canon and Kyocera printers, plus a big-picture strategy, consistent service, and support, creating a reliable technology infrastructure.