The Canon Imageclass MF729cdw offers similar features of previous models…
Epson is show casing a new inkjet multifunction printer line of slick looking color printers, all of which now use ink bottles having higher ink volumes instead of the dinky print cartridges. Here’s the big bullet point bragging points by Epson:
That’s right, the Konica Minolta Bizhub 4750P is a new model of monochrome Laser Printer by Konica Minolta that is sure to prove to be a valuable investment for your home or business. In fact, the Bizhub 4750P is a table Top design, compact and capable to fit in small spaces so you won’t have to “work around it”.
As a monochrome laser printer, the Bizhub 4750P is high resolution at its best, 1200 x 1200 dpi; and, a ripping fast print engine at about 50 pages per minute. Printing nearly a page a second, it will also print 2-sided duplex at about 22 pages per minute.
So for more information please visit www.national-cartridge.com and search for 4700P on our site.
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|Full-color printing for any budget or environment. As table top Design, the Ricoh SG3110 fits the bill. This machine is engineered to deliver high-quality color output without compromsing productivity, the enviornment or your budget. As an Inkjet Printer it offers the surprising speed, and prints with clear sharp color on many types of paper. The alternative to the HP Officejet.|
Some Business owners have had enough with dealing with the obvious limitations of the small tabletop copiers, and want to “turn the corner” to find a better solution that will once and for all improve their Document Work Flow — not just for the owner but especially for employees.
To the business owner, the Mental intersection of Need vs. Want is that point where your practical thinking takes over and you want to make the best judgment call to invest in the right machine for your business. Not just any machine, because any machine is just another cheap tabletop printer from the local stationery retail warehouse store.
Allow me to depart from the particular subject matter of office equipment: The Experienced Boat Owner will one day turn his discerning eye towards the larger hull. The experienced pilot will look toward a new airplane or one with more engines. The car owner who has been driving on the same four wheels for years, will be ready not for just a trade-in, but a trade up. It’s the way Americans think!
These moments of decision making require pause and good judgment. When you’re ready to move into better Office Automation, look me up.
You’ll feel the Liberty of thinking like an American again.
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Helping you with a Time & Attendance Solution: A Self-start Questionnaire.
Today’s businesses want life automated. We want to help you figure out a better way to improve the workflow for payroll and time & attendence.
We want to help you determine the right system, both hardware and software, to figure it all out.
The bullet point questions are carefully thought out to help you and us find that solution. Please answer them first and then contact us for assistance.
Call us today: 888-690-7283 and let us help you answer some of these questions and recommend the right time clock product for your needs. You can also fax us at (925)260-7852. National Cartridge Co. is based in Walnut Creek, CA. Within the San Francisco Bay Area.
I read one of those MSN articles on the topic called “66 Tried-and-Tested Tips for a Frugal Life”, and being or wanting to be, frugal in how I handle money and buy things, I was naturally curious to read through the article. Some of the ways in which to live a more frugal life cover:
and then I came across this one: “Print at Work – If you don’t need it, don’t own a printer. I print event tickets, directions, etc., all at work.”
What kind of advice is this? For one thing, how would any employer think of an employee who uses company office equipment and toner supplies for employee personal use? I guess this article has shed light, perhaps, on the modern culture of entitlement and free stuff for the taking. Somehow the the work place has become a venue of freebies.
Let me extrapolate on the new millenial entitlement mindset: I pulled into a gas station and started the pump. I see a rather nice little sport car roll up on the opposite side with the radio blaring. A young but scruffy faced guy leans his head out the window and starts to plead with me. He needs money for gas. I say no. He leans back and grabs what appears to be a new cordless drill set. He wants to trade it for gas money. I said no again. He gives me this sorry look and then looks frustrated. But what’s he frustrated about? Not being able to trade stolen merchandise for cash so he can fill his tank? This sort of soft pedaling happens all the time and I think it’s becoming a shamefless pattern of asking for the freebie. I don’t subscribe to this behavior that is running rampant among the poor youth today. Here’s a word for them: poorteens.
Just about every middle-class family has at least one computer. Would it not naturally make sense to also have a home printer with your home PC just for the mere convenience? Nobody should have to steal from their employer to be frugal. Home printing is absolutely affordable and overall a necessary convenience. As a machine dealer, I am serious about bringing this issue up. You can get the right home laser printer — monochrome or color, even at the price you want to pay. All you have to do is reach me to discuss your needs. I’ll take care of the frugality: 888-690-7283