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REIQ Journal : July 2008
48 TECHNOLOGY UPDATE Tom Lewis, Marketing Manager, Fuji Xerox Printers the sharpest images, you will need a high print resolution of around 1200 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch). If quality really matters, find out how accurate the colour reproduction is. Good printing technology will often produce better results. 3. Consider whether consumables can be easily purchased from different retailers or ordered online. You don’t want to be stranded with a printer that needs special supplies that have long re-order periods. 4. Ask about the “first page time out” speed. This is an industry standard speed for determining when the first page will be printed and is often linked to a printer’s memory capacity. 5. Think about whether you need a printer which can print custom media sizes, thick paper stock or envelopes. Perhaps, you may need a printer that can handle A3 printouts as posters for your shop front. 6. If you are printing directly from graphic software such as Adobe Photoshop, you may need a printer that handles PostScript or PCL fonts. 7. Consider the number of users who will need access to the printer. This would make a difference between buying a desktop model that supports a small workgroup or a larger enterprise printer to support a networked computing environment. You will need to consider your computing environment and whether the printer will support existing software packages. 8. Find out the maximum duty cycle for a printer. This will tell you about the number of printed pages it can produce within the manufacturer’s quality claims. 9. Consider the energy efficiency of a printer and look out for devices which have been certified to be more energy efficient. 10. Think about the environment when you purchase your next printer. Find out if the manufacturer offers a take-back program at the end of the product’s life cycle. You can refer to websites such www.recyclingnearyou.com.au to find out how you can dispose of your old equipment or cartridges. Specialising in Real-Estate & Property Development Marketing Friendly & Professional Service One Stop Multi Media Shop Web Development Marketing Plans Design Services Copy Shop Suite 19c, Pavilion Arcade 287 Shute Harbour Road Airlie Beach P: 07 4946 5555 F: 07 4946 5522 email@example.com www.kippinmedia.com REIQ Journal July 2008 The most effective way to reach property professionals in Queensland To advertise call 07 3249 7303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org