There are key differences however – from a maintenance perspective , copier based MFP’s tend to have regular service contract built into their purchase, whereas a printer MFP tends to be end-user managed.
In terms of cost, copier MFP’s have a higher initial equipment cost. However, printer MFP’s generally have higher replacement costs, and generally come with a higher ‘click cost’ after a certain volume of pages.
Finally, when it comes to physical footprint, printer MFP’s tend to be more compact, though they miss out on additional accessories and features of Philadelphia copier MFP’s such as professional grade booklet creation or ledger sized prints.
With these distinctions in mind, you can make the best decision on which type of MFP best fits your organizational needs.