Copy machines Mar 30, 2014 11:47:05 GMT -5
Post by X factor on Mar 30, 2014 11:47:05 GMT -5
I purchased this model here, and must say very happy with it so far, Fax, copy, scan ect, all in Fax, Copy, Scan, ect.
What do I like most about it?, the price.
1. Paid around $129.00 for it and bought it at a Office Depot Store.
(By the way, office Depot stores could sell 4-5 times as many products if only their floor sales people would learn to be more friendly and would learn the art of salesmanship.)
I wasn't looking to spend over $150.00 on a all in one copy machine, mainly wanted one with Fax capabilities, as I get tired of having to drive to 'Office/mail' stores and let them fax stuff for you, that really gets old.
Faxes are not going out of style any time soon, and in this day and age of computer viruses through emails, a lot of people still prefer old fashion phone line faxes, where nothing can get infected, just a direct message that prints out 'as is', no adds included.
If Faxing hasn't gone out by now, it never will, one of the most important, handy inventions of the last century.
And I've learned people grab, read Faxes before they will emails.
There's nothing that stirs the curiosity more than a fax printing out in office or home, that just makes you want to read it, grab it, before anyone else does.
Emails you can ignore for months, or delete, but when a fax prints out, everyone wants to read it, like receiving old fashion mail.
Faxes are even simpler than male, cause you don't even have to open envelope, message is just there, on paper, waiting to be read.
So do to human phycology, I think faxing will remain relevant for a long time to come.
And this all in one Fax, Copy, Scan machine by 'hp' so far seems to be doing the job for me, I like it.
I haven't used the scan function yet, but when I do I'll update report.