We are starting to recommend Kyocera printers to our customers. The new range, consisting of the FS-720, the FS-820 and the FS-920, look quite good. The FS-720 is a USB and Windows only machine – very basic and has a GDI interface so can’t be used with Mac or Linux. The FS-820, also for Windows only, adds a parallel port with the ability to simultaneously use both ports via virtual printers. The FS-920 includes Postcript 3 emulation and is compatible with Linux and Mac OS. These printers are very eco-friendly and very cheap to run.

If you are tossing up between a Kyocera laser printer and another brand, you can use Kyocera’s TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) Calculator tool. You can compare the running costs of most laser printers on the market. A very handy tool!

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