Photocopiers, like most other types of networkable electronics, now include built-in wireless connectivity. But what are the advantages of changing to a wireless photocopier, and will it cost you more?

Wireless photocopiers have transceivers that let them to communicate with a local Wi-Fi network. This is the type of wireless network that the majority of people have at home. The wi-fi module may be installed in addition to or instead of a typical network card for connecting the photocopier to a wired LAN network, but there is no difference in how the photocopier connects to the network and communicates with your PCs.

Why Wireless Photocopiers?

A wireless photocopier is required if your business computer network only uses wireless technology. If you have a dual network, a wireless photocopier will save you from having to run additional cable or install an additional network point for the copier.

A wireless photocopier is not limited to one location in the office and may be moved as many times as necessary without the requirement for modification. Most multi-function copiers from all major manufacturers now include wireless connectivity as an option, so opting wireless will not limit your options.

Other Connectivity Options

Modern photocopiers can be equipped with the following networking options, in addition to wifi and classic LAN possibilities:

  • Bluetooth
  • Firewire
  • USB
  • Port parallel

These let you to use your photocopier with a range of different devices on a regular or one-time basis, making it simple for guests and hot-deskers to connect and print or scan documents to their laptop.

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