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Why now could be the best time to upgrade your printing hardware

With all that has changed in the world of work over the past few years, it can be reassuring to note that office printers are still very much important to many of us.

Providing a vital way to quickly provide and supply documents in a physical form, rather than virtual, printers remain a key tool when it comes to collaboration, letting you edit and try different angles in the physical world, providing a whole new angle on your work.

But as many of us still gradually return to the physical office, you might find that your humble office printer needs a bit of a refresh - luckily, there are some great deals available right now from Cartridge People.

Rated excellent in customer reviews and offering great value for money across a wide range of devices, Cartridge People have a number of offerings for those of you watching your budgets in the new year.

First up, the company has a great deal on the Brother DCP-L2530DW Wireless Mono Laser Printer Bundle, which is available for £189.90 with next-day delivery available.

Perfect for small businesses, this device offers double-sided printing at a competitive price. Able to print at 30 pages per minute, this device is ideal for those who need large print volumes at speed, offering a larger paper tray that means you have to change and load new paper less frequently, letting you get on with other important tasks. And if you’re looking for just the hardware, you can get the device itself as a non-bundle offering too.

There's also the Epson WorkForce WF-2840DWF Printer Bundle (Wireless), available for just £119.90. A low-cost all-in-one printer offering that would be perfect for sole traders or creatives such as photographers who need to carry out a lot of colour printing, this wireless device can be moved wherever you need it around the office. 

Offering automatic double-sided printing, an easy-to-use LCD screen, and scanning, copying and fax capabilities, the Epson WorkForce WF-2840DWF is cheap to refill when your ink is running low, as the cartridges can be replaced individually when needed. And if you already have your ink, or just want the printer on its own, there’s a non-bundle offering available for you too.

And for those looking for something more specialised, the Dymo LetraTag LT-100H Handheld Thermal Label Printer Bundle (available for £27.90) offers a compact and portable handheld label maker that is ideal for projects of any size. Featuring an easy-peel backing for trouble-free application on a host of different surfaces, it is perfect for around the office or even around the home, and offers a graphical display so that users can see the exact font effects on their label before they begin printing. For those looking to save their pennies, or if you just want the printer on its own, there is a non-bundle offering available too.

Cartridge People are also a trusted supplier of own-brand ink and toner cartridges, helping save you money on what is often the most expensive part of owning a printer. They even offer a lifetime printer guarantee when using these products, so you can be sure of a great printing experience. So if you're after a great printing deal for the new year, check out Cartridge People now.



Source: TechRadar

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