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What is a Printer?
A printer is a peripheral device that connects to a computer, laptop or server. The printer is used to print data, graphs, pictures and images from your device or camera. The image comes out onto a piece of paper for you to have a hardcopy that will last forever.
As reliable and efficient as most printers are, there will come a time when it makes more sense to upgrade your printer rather than spend the time and money to fix an older one. There are many things that contribute to a printer's decline but when the frustrations begin to mount and you are no longer getting the performance that you need from your home or business printer, it may be time to consider a new one.
If your printer is no longer delivering documents at the rate that it once was and the productivity of your staff is suffering because they are waiting for documents, it may be more cost-effective to replace your old printer with a newer model that can get the job done.
Your Business has Grown and your Needs Have Changed
As your business grows, your business needs gradually change and the old reliable printer may need to be one of those changes. New forms, different sizes, higher output, reliability, network considerations, and other factors all contribute to overall dissatisfaction with a printer.
Parts are Wearing Out
Over time, key parts of even the most reliable and well-maintained printers will begin to fail, resulting in lost time and productivity. When the cost of replacement parts begin to mount and maintenance kits become less and less of a cost-effective solution, stop chasing good money after bad and replace that printer with a new one.
Costly Service Calls
When the invoice from one too many service calls comes across your desk and tendrils of steam emit from your ears, save yourself the aggravation and alleviate the stress by purchasing a new printer. Your staff will love it, productivity will increase, and you won't have to call Larry from Accounting every time the printer needs some attention because he's the only one that can get it running again.
Poor Quality of Prints
When the quality of your documents begins to suffer and you're embarrassed to send them to clients because of the streaks, lines, smudges, and random imperfections, bite the bullet and replace that clunker with a model that can produce page after page of pristine image reproduction.
No matter which of these scenarios fits your situation, when the useful life of your printer is at an end, hop on the Internet and shop for a printer that will solve problems instead of creating them. You'll save money in the short term and a lot of money in the long term and besides, you don't like Larry from Accounting anyway.