Copiers and MFPs provide the same basic core functions of copy, print, scan, and fax. There are some technical differences, but your desired features and needs will guide you best
MFP is an acronym for Multi Function Printer. Very similar to a copier in it’s functionality, an MFP is usually manufactured by a “printer company” like Hewlett Packard, for example. They usually provide all-in-one ability for printing, copying, scanning, and even faxing. For all intensive purposes, an MFP is a copier by another name.
Years ago, copiers were quite simple – they just made copies. Today, they can print, copy, fax, scan and more. Copiers do not always have these multi-function options, however, so it is important to read the features of your model closely. At it’s core, it will of course make copies – but if you are needing the features of printing, scanning, or faxing – you’ll want to make sure they are included.
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