I think most people will answer the above question with an unequivocal “of course it will die”, and this answer is no doubt based on the rapidity at which digital accessibility is growing (not to mention how happy our youth are on their screens!).
As with any kind of asset investment, it is worth it to take the time to consider whether buying or leasing a printer is the best option.
Purchasing a printer or copier may be one of the most daunting tasks one would need to carry out for the organisation. Often, these big monstrous car-like contraptions all look the same, just with a different name and often with an alpha numerical that is more like a formula to an intergalactic mineral. Be that as it may, purchasing a copier/printer is quite important and there are a few things to consider before leaping into the commitment of procuring it.
Signing copier contracts can be a daunting task for first time buyers. Here are a few tips on what to look out for:
Like anything, print devices have a life span and depreciates over time. The performance consequently gets worse as the device ages. It is therefore important to address the situation promptly so that you are not relying on a machine that offers suboptimal performance.