When shopping for a laser printer, it is pretty common for the users to get frustrated with the experience. Why? With the sheer volume of laser printers on the market, it feels impossible to be able to quickly pick the correct laser printer. If the user prints 1,200 color flyers a month, how does this differ from doing 5,000 black and white prints? Buying the correct laser can be a perplexing process for the small business owner.
Laser Printer Center (http://laserprintercenter.com) has made their extensive printer and copier database available so side by side comparisons can be done in a quick manner. No longer having to look at just one printer at a time, these tools are powerful as they can help the user find the right laser printer for their application.
When using the Printer Challenge (http://printerchallenge.com) the user gets a different experience. The user simple states what kind of laser printer they own or which laser printer they intend to purchase. The system then cross checks the entire database for more cost efficient options. If someone was printing 1,250 color prints a month on the HP ColorLaserjet 2605, they'd learn they are wasting $11,153 compared to the most cost efficient color laser printer on the market. This tool is nice for the user suspecting they are spending too much, but who doesn't want to have to chat with their local copier sales rep to get information. They get to see the amount available to save and then if that dollar amount is motivation, can request more information be sent to them to show where the savings listed can be realized.
Buying laser printers is a complicated process, but now it has gotten far easier when users use the new tools on Laser Printer Center's Website (http://laserprintercenter.com)
For an over the phone or written consultation, please contact Pahoda Image Products directly:
Pahoda Image Products
7475 W 5th Ave Suite 316
Lakewood, CO 80226
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Pahoda Image Products has a myriad of printer and copier websites including Laser Printer Center (http://laserprintercenter.com), Denver Copier (http://denvercopier.com) and The Printer Challenge (http://printerchallenge.com)