Which printer is right for you?
Inkjet printers propel small droplets of ink onto the paper. Low-end inkjet printers use three
colours, cyan, magenta and yellow, to produce a composite black, but most inkjet printers use a black ink as well as colours.
A monochrome laser printer only prints black. Being a laser printer means that it is generally faster and produces higher-quality printouts than an inkjet printer. Monochrome printers are used primarily to produce letters and other such documents, which makes them more common in business environments.
A colour laser printer prints in colour using four toner cartridges (CMYK) of cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The colours are applied one at a time to the drum and are then fused to the paper.
A multi-function device (MFD) is an office machine which incorporates the functionality of multiple devices in one, so as to have a smaller footprint in a home or small business setting, or to provide centralised document management/distribution/production in a large-office setting. A typical MFD may act as a combination of some or all of the following devices: printer, scanner, photocopier, and fax. These are available in inkjet and laser technology in both colour and mono.
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