In today’s business climate, we have a lot of uncertainty, which is why you want to save money wherever possible. Price awareness over copiers has steadily risen every year, and you can safely assume that the same is true throughout the United States. If there was a way that you could reduce the cost, you’d want to know about it, right? Organizations that rarely print with 11 x 17 paper may have an interesting method of saving thousands.
You have two separate classes for printing called A3 and A4. It does not matter why they have been named this, but the A3 copier prints 11 x 17 paper, and for some situations, it prints up to 12 x 48 banners. Meanwhile, the A4 has been limited to letter printing, which is 8 1/2 x 11 sized paper. As you might have guessed, the A4 copier will cost much less because it does not need the extra component for printing large sheets of paper. If you are in the market for a newer copier and you do not print 11 x 17 documents, it might be better to go with the A4. Remember, you can just outsource your needs to a local printing company for those rare occasions where you need 11 x 17, and you can save a few thousand dollars with this little known secret.