Printer Shop

Printers from Geeks systems Kunnamkulam, Thrissur, Kerala. We are selling Branded Printers with affordable prize. Special attention for above 10,000 RS Printers. We deliver printers  in our personal vehicle . Customer satisfaction is our vision.


Branded Printer

When going to purchase a printer, clients consider different specifications to suit their needs from numerous printer companies. Finding the desired printer brand can seem a difficult task since there are numerous printer brands in the market. Due to technological advancement, many printer companies have emerged and if not careful, you may end up a victim of unscrupulous brands. Geeks systems computer sales and service will helps to find good printer which meets your requirement.

Before to buy a  printer you should know about your requirement.

All brands are designed in different ways to take care of consumer need. Style, functionality, fashion and size are some of the factors that manufacturers consider when developing printers.

Printer Specification


Printer Resolution – Dots Per Inch (dpi)

A useful metric that determines the resolution of the printer, this number refers to the amount of dots the printer is able to fit onto a square inch of paper. All dpi numbers are multiples of either 300 or 360, (e.g., 1200 dpi or 1440 dpi), and this is because of baseline specifications set long ago. Basically, printers with a high maximum resolution are capable of producing highly detailed images. For example, an Epson Expression Home XP-4105 has a print resolution of 5760 x 1440 dpi, meaning it can produce high-quality prints.

Print Speed – Engine Speed

This number is usually accompanied by the following acronyms: ppm (pages per minute), cpm (copies per minute), or ipm (images per minute). The higher the number, the faster your printer is. It should be noted though, that often these numbers are dependent upon what it is that you are printing. If you are printing black and white text, the ppm should be accurate. However, with more complex printing tasks, (e.g., with text and graphics), there may be some variation between the time it takes you to print, and the listed ppm. Generally, the printers with the fastest print speeds are laser printers which use laser technology and toner cartridges, as opposed to inkjet printers, which make use of more traditional ink technology, although the gap between the two is narrowing as printing technology advances.

Internal Memory

Most personal printers do not have any memory, but if it does it will be referred to as kilobytes (KB) or megabytes (MB). Amongst business printers, the amount of standard internal memory refers to how much print data the machine can accumulate when a queue of printing tasks is waiting to print.

Monthly Duty Cycle

Specifications for all business printers and most personal printers will note a number that indicates the maximum number of pages the machine can print per month without failing. Typically, a personal printer’s duty cycle will be somewhere under 5000 pages, whilst a lower end business printer will be expected to have a duty cycle of somewhere around 20,000 pages. Higher end printers can boast duty cycles of 100,000 or more pages.

Network – Networking

A network printer is part of a workgroup or network of computers that can all access the same printers simultaneously. A network printer does not need a wired connection to the network, instead it can connect wirelessly and be assigned to a workgroup.

Standard and Optional Input Tray

The number of sheets your printer can hold in its standard configuration should be more than the number of pages you print per day, ideally by a multiple of three or more, so you do not have to touch the tray more than once or twice a week. A personal printer can normally hold 100 – 150 sheets of paper in a single tray, without any upgrades. A business printer however will hold 250 sheets of paper as a minimum, with higher end models being able to accommodate 500 – 1000 or more pages in either their standard or upgraded configurations.

Duplex – Duplexing

Two-sided printing, or duplexing, is a great feature for your printer to have as it can reduce paper costs, as well as being better for the environment. Automatic duplexing is available on some personal printers and a lot of business printers. Some printers even offer manual duplex printing, with prompts that tell you how to rotate and reload the paper to print on the second side. There are many printers on the market that currently support automatic duplex printing. If you’re looking for a new printer that can perform double-sided printing, we’d reccommend taking a look at the Epson WorkForce WF-2840DWF.

Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)

Multifunctional printers today can come with an automatic document feeder on the top, meaning that you do not have to feed the printer large documents page by page. Essentially, you can load your multi-page document into the top and have the printer automatically feed each page you want to scan, copy or fax for added convenience.