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Best Business Envelopes 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]Last Updated December 1, 2018
Best Business Envelopes of 2018
Here are my top picks with detailed reviews, comparison charts and buying guides to help you purchase the perfect item for your needs. If you get well acquainted with these basics, you shouldn’t have a problem choosing a business envelopes that suits your need.
Many models on the market may be confusing to a person who is shopping for their first time. There is a wide range of products available on the market today, and below I have reviewed 3 of the very best options.
Test Results and Ratings
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Why did this business envelopes win the first place?
I don’t know anything about other models from this brand, but I am fully satisfied with this product. The rear part fits perfectly! It is mounted really tight and reliable. I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack.
Why did this business envelopes come in second place?
I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price. Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice.
№3 – 500 #9 Double Window Security Envelopes-Designed for Quickbooks Invoices and Business Statements with SELF SEAL peel and seal flap -3 7/8” X 8 7/8”
Why did this business envelopes take third place?
A very convenient model. It is affordable and made of high-quality materials. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new.
Business Envelopes Buyer’s Guide
Printer Buying Guide: What to look for when printer shopping
Choosing the right printer can be a daunting task. There are several types of printing technologies to choose from, each suited for different needs. Printers come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny travel companions to work group workhorses; some are geared toward photographers, others are for multitaskers. And the many specifications for resolution and speed can be misleading. As a loose rule of thumb, inkjet printers like the HP Photosmart 75and the Canon Pixma MG3220 are a must for vibrant colors and long-lasting photos, whereas Canon’s ImageClass MF30and similar laser printers are best at producing speedy text documents. To get started, you’ll need to decide which of the following profiles best fits your user type.
For a more comprehensive index, be sure to check out our list of Best printers.
The home user demands a lot from a printer. The device must tackle everything from a book report to a newsletter to the occasional snapshot — all without breaking the budget. This is why the best choice is a versatile and affordable printer, such as a small-office/home-office color inkjet.
Any inkjet can print photos in color, but if you want results that approach professional photofinishing, you’ll need a printer designed to reproduce the dynamic range of a traditional photograph. If you consider the printer a critical aspect of your digital darkroom, you need to look at the gamut and characteristics of the ink set, the supported papers, the color-management tools, and the paper path options.
If you plan to purchase only one printer or are a serious hobbyist, a letter-size inkjet is your best bet, since it can also handle routine printing tasks. Some use thermal dye-transfer technology (also known as dye sublimation) in which heat changes the physical state of solid inks until they infuse specially coated paper, solidifying as they cool.
The alternative: If you’re into digital photography but also run a busy home office, consider a multifunction printer. Manufacturers of these all-in-ones have been working on improving photo output and scanning technology, and many offer multiple ink cartridges that save you money in the long term by allowing you to replace each color as it depletes, as opposed to purchasing a brand-new three-color cartridge every time one color runs out.
Additionally, most all-in-ones boast memory card slots and LCDs on which to preview prints and do light editing, in addition to connectivity options like Ethernet and wireless, with Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print features in the upper tiers.
Small businesses can benefit from a jack-of-all-trades model like a multifunction or all-in-one printer. These space-saving devices come in both laser and inkjet models that also include a fax machine, copier, and scanner along with printing to round out the versatility.
Work group lasers are the obvious choice for your small business or team within a larger organization. Designed to juggle multiple print jobs, these systems have faster processors, more memory, and print engines that are capable of churning out more than 3pages per minute.
The alternative: A business-class inkjet may be sufficient if your team has modest printing needs, and most models support network printing and wireless connectivity. If you’re an employee bound for work-related travel and find yourself hunting for a printer, many manufacturers still produce special mobile printers that make for useful accessories on the road.
Most buyers start with a general notion of the type of printer they’ll need. The reason is that different printing technologies are suited for different printing needs and budgets. Below we’ll talk more about the basic types of printers and their pros and cons.
Sorting out the specs
When evaluating printers, the first thing you’re likely to see is a long list of specifications chock-full of acronyms such as dpi and ppm. Not only are all these specs confusing, but they also often have little or no bearing on the performance you’ll actually get in the real world. Here’s how to keep it all straight.
One of the most widely cited specifications, the resolution, refers to the maximum number of dots per inch (dpi) that can be printed, measured both horizontally and vertically. For example, a 600x600dpi laser printer lays down a 1-inch square composed of 600 dots both vertically and horizontally.
Frequently, you’ll see resolution with different values for horizontal and vertical. That’s because while the printhead has a fixed number and density of nozzles that determine the horizontal resolution, the vertical resolution is determined by the increments at which the paper feed mechanism can reliably move the paper through the printer.
This spec measures how many pages or photos per minute (ppm) a printer spits out. Sounds pretty straightforward, right? Unfortunately, it’s not so simple. To come up with the fastest-possible speeds, some manufacturers test using basic text documents at the lowest-quality print settings (Draft mode) on plain paper — not exactly a real-world test. Based on our experience, you can expect to see about half the speed promised by the manufacturer.
In recent years, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) developed a set of standard documents and criteria for measuring and reporting print speed (here’s a marketing-speak-free description).
These are a mixed blessing. While all the manufacturers now report their speeds for a common test, and the standard mandates that all tests be done at the default settings, it doesn’t mandate that the manufacturers report what those default settings are. So the so-called “apples to apples” comparisons aren’t, and buyers are just as much in the dark as they ever were.
The Binding Edge
The Binding Edge reaches approximately 14,000 graphic arts professionals including book, documentation, direct mail, and presentation product trade binderies and finishers; managers and supervisors of binding and finishing operations within commercial, publication and book printing, and packaging and converting facilities; and graphic arts/creative services managers and directors within corporate environments. These firms handle a diverse range of products and a variety of services including screen printing, thermography, digital printing, saddle stitching, perfect binding, spiral binding, index tabs, diecutting, foil stamping and embossing, folding and gluing, coating and laminating, CD-ROM/disk/video bundling, database/list management, addressing and fulfillment.
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Corel User is a high-quality bi-monthly journal covering all of Corel’s main publishing applications, Draw, PhotoPaint,
Ventura. Occasional articles also deal with WordPerfect and Xara. Many of the best known and respected Corel experts write regularly for Corel User. It is a subscription-only
Document Processing Technology
Business strategies for digital printing, publishing, and distribution. At Document Processing Technology, we hope to convert information into action: actions by our readers that will improve their work processes and make their organizations more profitable. With this vision, we have expanded our scope over the past year to feature increasingly philosophical discussions about the strategic importance of documents, as well as articles that focus on the traditional and tactical side of document production.
Based on Xerox’s worldwide DocuWorld educational initiative, DocuWorld magazine demonstrates the value of networked digital documents through integrated efforts that are designed to help customers profit and grow with digital printing. Xerox and its strategic partners and allies present a variety
From a mono laser to a high-end multifunction printer
When you’re looking for the best business printer for your company’s needs, it can be tricky to know where to start. There are so many different business printers on the market, and so many different types, that finding the best business printer can be a daunting and confusing task.
The good news is that we’re here to make it as easy as possible, which is why we’ve put together this list of the best business printers – which covers both inkjet and laser devices. We also use our very own price comparison tool to make sure you get the very best deals on your chosen business printer.
So, how do you begin searching for the best business printer for your needs? First of all, you should make sure you know what you need out of a business printer, you can begin narrowing down the choices available, making it easier to find a business printer that suits you and your office’s needs. That means you won’t spend money on features you won’t use, while also making sure you have a printer that is capable of meeting all of your demands.
The choice can be doubly tough when you realise why there is so much competition, and that the real money is made on the many consumables your business will be purchasing to maintain that new printer purchase. What might initially seem like modest costs can soon add up over time.
Here, we will list the best business printers on the market today, and afterwards explain the best ways to find and buy the business printer that suits your needs.
Check out our list of best laser and inkjet printers for all audiences
So where do you need to start? Even the most modest office will likely be networked, and sharing a resource as useful as a printer is an essential. So you should only be looking at printers that are capable of networked use. Wired offers speed and robust function for a fixed office. Wireless is flexible, cheap to deploy but not as fast in use.
Here are the best printers for businesses – as chosen by the Techradar Pro team – large and small, from a basic monochrome lasers suitable for a small business and a home office through to a small departmental multifunction printer.
A touch noisy
The notion of the large, expensive laser printer should have long been dispelled and if nothing else can do that then the Ricoh SP-213w will. This small-footprint mono printer costs less than many inkjets but has the capability to provide basic wireless-based print services to a home office or smaller office. With a monthly duty cycle of 20,000 pages per month, a 1200 x 600dpi print resolution and a print speed of up to 2pages per minute, its small size shouldn’t hide the fact that this could be a little workhorse. Beyond these basics, the Ricoh SP-213w offers manual duplex, a Print and Scan mobile app, support for PCL and a two-year pan-European warranty.
If you want an affordable printer for your business that excels in black and white print quality – and is a speedy performer to boot – then you really can’t go wrong with the Samsung Xpress M2835DW. Its small and compact body contains a huge host of features, and its easy to use and understand buttons makes quickly firing off prints a piece of cake.
It supports both wired and Wi-Fi connectivity, runs quietly and can even be controlled via smartphone. Its Eco mode allows you to control the amount of power and ink it consumes while printing, and overall this is an absolutely fantastic business printer.
Low print resolution
There was a time, not so long ago, when colour laser printing was exorbitant. That has fortunately changed with the likes of the Ricoh SPC-240DN doing their best to bring prices down. This is a massive printer at nearly 24kg so you will need to have a strong back and enough desk space to take it on board. Its starter toner kit will produce around 1000 pages and probably better than inkjet ones which dry out with time. It can print up to 1pages per minute (colour or mono) and has a duty cycle of 30,000 pages per month. It offers both Ethernet and USB ports and, with a 250-page input paper tray, has enough to make a small office pleased. However, at 600 x 600dpi, its print resolution may leave some wanting for more.
Not the quietest machine at times
Ricoh makes it four in our shortlist with the SG-2100N, a bargain basement printer that brings together the best of inkjet and laser technology. It delivers the sort of performance usually associated with devices costing three times its price. A water insoluble, viscous ink combined with a higher-than-average print resolution and a print speed – 29ppm – that surpasses anything at this price range (albeit in draft) make this Ricoh printer one of the best on the market for very small offices. Other features worth noting are manual duplex capabilities, a two-year onsite warranty (parts and labour), a well thought out design, affordable consumables, an Ethernet port and a generous input paper tray.
Not much of a looker
This is a heavyweight colour laser multifunction device intended for small business or workgroup use. Its slabby black and white design is functional and includes a large touchscreen for control, though the printer is only rated up to a recommended 3,000 pages per month. The MFC-L8650CDW includes a 50-sheet automatic document feeder which handles duplex scans and the printer offers duplex copying and printing as well; a welcome surprise! It’s rated at 28ppm for both black and colour prints dropping to about seven sheets when printing in duplex. It can handle input from USB, Ethernet or via wireless hook-up, with support for iOS and Android mobiles. A USB port offers scanning to and printing from USB drives.
Know Your Printing Needs
There are printers for every need under the sun but rare is the printer that can fulfill many needs well. The challenge consumers face when shopping for a home printer is finding a printer that meets most of their needs and does so economically.
The first step in printer-shopping nirvana is to start your search with a very clear picture of what your printing needs are. Think back over what you’ve printed lately and what you plan to print in the future. Do you print mostly black and white text copies? Color photos? Color proposal drafts for your home business? What kind of printing you do is the biggest factor in what kind of printer you should shop for. The key is to buy a printer for the work you’re doing, not the work you think you might be doing in the future (in other words: buy the printer for the business reports you print now, not the colorful scrap book pages you wish you had time to work on).
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Total cost of ownership
When buying a printer, remember that the price you pay in the store is just the beginning. Be sure to consider the cost of replenishing toner and other consumables over the lifetime of the printer. This is particularly important if you print a lot. A set of toner cartridges can easily approach the cost of a colour laser printer.
Most manufacturers quote a ‘page yield’ estimate for their ink cartridges, which is the typical number of pages you can expect to print before the cartridge runs out of ink. You can use the page yield to calculate the average cost per page and you’d be surprised to find how much this can vary from one printer to another.
Of course, if output quality matters more to you than cost, scoot over to the other end of the cost spectrum where there are more specialised printers that use five or even six inks for printing photographs. Those additional inks can produce excellent results for your photo prints, but they add to the cost, sometimes pushing the cost for photos up to 10p or more per page.
Print speed and additional features
Speeds quoted by manufacturers are almost never matched by real-world performance. If you often need to print in a hurry, look for independent reviews when choosing your printer.
Other useful features to look out for include additional USB ports and memory card slots that will allow you to print photos direct from a camera.
High-capacity paper trays capable of holding hundreds of sheets of paper, or an automatic document feeder that can handle scanning and copying work while you go and do something more important, may be worth looking out for.
Double-sided printing is handy for halving your paper usage.
It’s also worth thinking about the bundled software that comes with your printer. Some printers include software that provides basic editing features, such as red-eye removal or adjusting the colour balance – some even allow you to perform simple editing tasks using controls on the printer itself.
Padded envelopes, or bubble bags as they are also known, have an exterior made from heavy paper with a padded interior of either recycled newsprint or bubble wrap. As a result, these envelopes are ideal for sending clothing, DVDs, books and other small items as they help to prevent contents being damaged in transit. Jiffy is the leading manufacturer of padded envelopes and they offer a fantastic range of high quality envelopes in different sizes, colours and sealing options.
If you have oversized items you need to post, such as catalogues, books or folders, gusseted envelopes have a v-base which expands to offer increased space for larger documents. They have a folding flap around three sides and are available in different thicknesses, between 20mm and 70mm.
As heavier items are usually sent in gusseted envelopes, it’s important to consider the paper quality when buying these envelopes. The heavier the weight of the paper (measured as gsm), the greater the strength and durability. 90gsm to 155gsm gusseted envelopes are available in a range of sizes, including C4, Band Denvelopes, with peel and seal or press seal closing options.
CD envelopes are specially designed for the safe shipping CDs and have an all-board or a corrugated board construction to provide comprehensive protection while in transit. These envelopes have self-adhesive closures and usually come with a tear-off strip for easy opening.
Internal Mail Envelopes
Internal mail envelopes are used to send confidential and private documents within offices. They can be reused as there’s space on the front of these envelopes to write recipient’s names. Depending on whether you use a Cor Cenvelope you can write up to 36, 50 or 100 names. As they are reused multiple times they typically use a higher quality of paper, either 85gsm, 115gsm or 125gsm, and have resealable flaps that keep documents secure and confidential. Available in manilla brown or manilla orange, these envelopes also have punched holes to show instantly if documents are inside.
Made from 80gsm manilla paper, wage envelopes will securely hold cash notes, coins, cheques and payslips. These pocket style envelopes use a strong adhesive seal to prevent any tampering and are available in a range of styles. Envelopes without windows allow contents to stay confidential but if you need to display employee details, envelopes are available with a clear window or with a pre-printed layout that lets you write employee or payslip details.
Which envelopes provide additional protection for documents and items?
For important documents like contracts, invoices, certificates and photos, board backed envelopes provide protection against contents getting bent or damaged in the post. For small items, padded envelopes have bubble wrap or recycled newsprint linings to prevent against bumps or drops.
Polythene Envelope Bags
For sending magazines or catalogues or clothing by post, polythene bags are a good alternative to standard envelopes as they’re flexible, lightweight and waterproof. C3, Cand Cenvelope bags are available in clear, opaque and white options and many include panels for writing and labelling.
Clear polythene bags allow contents to be easily identified and have small white-printed panels for writing addresses, so are good if you’re sending promotional material. Opaque and white polythene envelope bags are non-transparent and ideally suited for the sending of confidential mail.
Understand Your Businesses Digital Copier Needs
Before choosing a digital copier, understand your company’s needs. Here are three factors to consider first:
Print volume: How many copies will you need to make at a time? The “tray” capacity indicates how many sheets of paper can fit in the external tray after copying has finished. The “cassette” capacity tells you how many sheets can be loaded into the machines internal supply of paper. Starter models typically have room for 100 sheets in the tray and 250 in the cassette, but larger copiers can accommodate up to 2,500 sheets in the tray and 2,000 sheets or more in the cassette. Some copiers include multiple internal cassettes.
Print speed: The speediest digital copiers can spit out 100 copied pages per minute (ppm), while lower-end machines start around 2ppm. You might also want to check the “first copy out” speed – that ranges from 3.to 7.seconds.
Graphic capabilities: Production copiers can produce higher quality images with resolutions up to 2,400 x 2,400 dpi, and more accurate colors thanks to special color management controls. These models are only necessary if you require exact color reproduction of your source material, though.
Digital color copier
Since color copiers are so much more expensive than their monochrome counterparts, carefully weigh whether you need that functionality before investing. It might be more cost-effective to outsource the occasional color job than to purchase a full color copier for your office, depending on how often you’ll need it.
Often called MFPs (multi-functional peripherals), these systems do more than just copy. They also allow you to print, scan, fax and more. These systems consolidate a lot of functionality into one machine, eliminating redundant equipment and saving you money in the process. To break things down even further, here are four types of MFPs that you’ll find:
A cassette inside your digital copier feeds paper into your digital copier. You can expect a capacity of around 100 sheets on the low end of all-in-one copiers and several thousand sheets in a production system. Different systems also hold different numbers of internal cassettes (usually between one and three) which will change how often you need to reload the machine.
Different digital copiers can accommodate different paper sizes, with the primary determining factor being the size of the copier itself. All-in-one systems are typically limited to standard 8.x 11-inch sheets, while higher-end systems can handle large sheets of thick cover stock (with the cap typically around 1x 1inches). Some systems can also handle envelopes and other non-standard paper.
Most digital copiers (aside from low-end all-in-one systems) include onboard storage to hold digital versions of your copies, allowing you to make printouts without having a physical copy of the original document in hand. Capacity varies between 1.5GB up to 1TB on the high end.
Extra Digital Copier Features to Look For
Basic copying and printing aside, digital copiers often include a variety of extra features. Here’s what to look for:
Faxing/emailing: Most digital copiers are capable of sending documents digitally and via fax machines. You’ll usually have the ability to establish a wired network connection through the Ethernet, and higher-end systems include Wi-Fi capabilities so you can easily print or distribute documents from any computer or mobile device.
Document feeder: Mounted at the top of many digital copiers, this feature lets you speedily batch-scan multi-page documents without feeding pages into the copier manually. Usually document-feeding trays hold between 7to 100 sheets a time.
Digital copier interface: A touch screen interface comes in handy on many newer digital copier models, giving you quick access to printing and editing options, like the ability to brighten documents or crop images before printing.
Account codes: Some systems let you bill departments or accounts directly. This is done via password-protected account codes.
Duplex copying: Look for this feature if you want to copy and print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
Full-bleed printing: If you need to print all the way to the edges of the paper, look for full-bleed printing. It’s essential for certain jobs like printing pamphlets and brochures.
Stapler and three-hole punch: Some digital copiers can finish printing jobs by stacking and binding documents together with staples or a three-hole punch.
Wireless connectivity: Wireless capabilities allow a copier to receive and send documents without a corded network connection. It’s a nice convenience that reduces cable clutter.
Security features: Security options include the ability to automatically encrypt documents as they’re scanned, which can help keep sensitive business data private. Other security features include overwrite protection for your copier’s hard drive, password protection and even biometric authentication, usually in the form of a fingerprint reader.
Maintenance & service agreements
Most copiers come with a service agreement that includes maintenance and repairs, and some agreements include regular toner restocking. That way, you can focus on running your business and not worrying about running out of ink at the wrong time.
The parts of your copier that are covered by your maintenance agreement vary from vendor to vendor. Generally, parts that are expected to wear out or break over time – rollers and cleaning blades – are covered. And, remember, the cost for maintenance varies depending on whether or not you purchased your copier or are leasing it.
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First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Business Envelopes wisely! Good luck!
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