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Criteria for the Best Office Copier List

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The factors listed below are by no means the only ones to consider when purchasing an office machine. Because your company may have specific requirements that are not addressed in this review, it is critical to consult with an industry expert before making a final decision.

Reliability – Each machine was tested for the recommended number of impressions and was graded based on the number of mis-feeds that occurred during the test.

A machine claiming an average monthly duty cycle of 200,000 impressions/prints, for example, would be tested by feeding 200,000 sheets through the machine.

Image Quality – rates how well the copier performs in the following areas:

  • Printing Color Quality (business graphics and photographic images)
  • Print Quality in Black (text, halftone range, halftone fill, line art, and solids)
  • Density of Print (measures density of a printed image with blocks of all solid colours based on the average of two readings each for cyan, magenta, and yellow, and four different locations for black output)
  • Readings for Gamut Variance (assesses the distance between colors)

Ease of Use – Is the design and interface simple to use? This category includes print, scan, copy, job management, multitasking, and feedback.

Security – What data security features are included, such as network user authentication, biometrics, ID cards, common access, and more.

Features – the number of apps and tools included with the device, as well as other hardware features such as extra memory and hard drive capacity. This category is divided into three criteria: specifications, solutions, and environmental considerations.

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