When thinking about purchasing a new vehicle, one of the most important factors we like to find out is, how many miles will it cover on a gallon or litre of fuel.
If you were looking to purchase a new printer, would you ask how much it cost to print a page of black or colour print? Is that because resellers want you to focus on the initial cost of the printer and not the daily running costs?
User Friendly are very happy to give you this information because we know that Epson Business colour inkjet printers are a great deal cheaper to run than any other make of comparable colour laser printer using genuine manufacturers consumables.
You could lease on a 36 month contract an Epson A4 multifunction printer with enough ink to print 75,000 pages of black & 50,000 pages of colour without having to change the ink packs1, along with a 3 year onsite parts & labour warranty from just £12.95 + vat per week. That calculates the cost per page of Black to 0.29p per page & Colour to 1.7p per page.
The WF-R5690DTWF uses up to 80% less power than competitive colour lasers2 thanks to its no heat technology. Get more done with print speeds of up to 34ppm in mono and 30ppm in colour, or 20ppm ISO print speed in both3. You also won’t be waiting for the printer to warm up before it prints as the first page out time is 11 seconds as opposed to 44 seconds on a laser.
If you want to know how much you would save by changing to a new Epson RIPS printer complete the enquiry form below and be prepared for a big shock !
For those who require an A3 printer there is a model for you with an 84,000 page capacity in Black & Colour that would cost from £24.50 + vat per week.
1. Approx. page yield. Actual yield will vary depending on images printed and usage conditions. For more information visit http://www.epson.eu/pageyield 2. For more information visit www.epson.eu/inkjetsaving 3. Determined in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734 showing the average of ESAT from the Office Category Test for default A4 simplex and duplex. For more information, please visit www.epson.eu/testing