I’m sure you have a printer at home. It’s small, compact, and does the job for you. Well, it does the job for you most of the time, I guess. I’m sure you get your print outs in between cursing the printer gods for yet another paper jam or spooling loop hell. It’s great, I guess. So maybe you’re one of those people who might think that an A3 printer scanner might be the right one for them. Let’s check out how an A3 printer might be better than the current printer.
The most obvious advantage is, of course, more versatility in sizes. From the name, an A3 printer can print up to a maximum size of 17″ x 11″ which is the standard dimension of an A3 paper. If you think that your desktop printer can do that, I advise you to double check, as not all desktop printers can do that. With an A3 printer you can print a whole lot of stuff other than Word documents! Think of the possibilities. You can use an A3 printer to make newsletters, posters, banners, and whatever else you need – as long as you don’t exceed 17″ x 11″, of course. However, I think you’d have a problem finding anything to print that is larger than A3. It’s huge, and I do mean huge.
Now if you’ve given it thought and have come to the conclusion that an A3 printer is suitable for your needs, I advise you to go ahead and get one. however, I guess you’ll have a problem making a choice on what brand to buy – there are a lot out there. I don’t think it matters though – whatever brand you choose, be it HP, Canon, Lexmark, Epson, or a Brother A3 printer, you are bound to have more flexibility in the end.