Three accountants at the company where I work want to branch off and open a small accounting office with around 20 to 25 employees. I have been hired as a consultant to help with the set up. The accountants have set a budget at $9,000 dollars and want two printers, twenty five monitors, and one projector for presentations. I have researched these various types of output devices they will need within the office. After my research here is what I considered to be the best output devices for your office!
I also compared them to other devices to show there advantages and disadvantages.
Printer | HP Color LaserJet CP2025n Color Laser Printer | Price for two printers$998.00 |
Printer | HP LaserJet P4014n Monochrome Laser Printer | Price for two printers$1,798.00 |
monitor | Dell ST2310 | Price for 25 monitors$4,475.00 |
monitor | Dell ST2410 | Price for 25 monitors$5,750.00 |
Projector | Epson PowerLite 1725 LCD Projector | Price for 1 projector$1,999.00 |
Projector | BoxLight ProjectoWrite2/W LCD Projector | Price for 1 projector$1,699.00 |
The HP Color LaserJet CP2025n Color Laser Printer is a good option to go with it is inexpensive and has very good print quality. This printer also has good speed. HP's printer joins an increasingly crowded field of low-cost models for small business. And what it loses in style points, it makes up for in results and the cost. HP’s printer claims an engine speed of 21 pages per minute. This printer has nice, very crisp, black text and fairly natural colors. Some of the cons of this computer are that they do not have any weekend support also some pieces rattle when printing and feel cheap. Overall For the price, you get solid overall performance but a cheaper looking style of a computer. Another option is the HP LaserJet P4014n Monochrome Laser Printer it has fast stellar design and is highly expandable to handle the needs of a high volume business. But it is also more expensive it runs around $899 dollars per...