1. Inkjet or laser – Toners and ink cartridges can vary in budgets, so choose one that suits you the best.
2. How many functions do you want? Go through to see what your office uses often, and what kind of existing equipment you have to decide.
3. Image quality – Think about what your needs are when printing images , It would be a shame to need high quality images but you bought a lesser quality printer.
4. Print speed – depending on volume of paper you need, The more you need, the chances are you’ll probably want a faster printer.
5. Paper handling – someone who wants to print mainly on card stock and photo paper will need a different printer than someone who wants to print on regular blank paper