When shopping for a new copier or multifunction printer (MFP), things can get tricky. When you look at the specification sheets of similar devices from different manufacturers, at first glance, it may not seem like there is much differentiation among the group. But just because these devices look the same on paper doesn’t mean there isn’t a difference between them. And if it’s been a while since you’ve been in the market for a piece of print hardware, you may be surprised at what today’s devices offer.

So, what do you look at when you’re buying a new copier? Well, a lot of that depends on who you are and what type of office you’re buying for. Different users will have different needs, so it makes a difference whether you’re buying or leasing a device for a school district, legal office or small business, for example. But some things matter to everyone, such as security, cloud friendliness and user experience.

SOURCE Sharp Electronics Corporation

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