Pitney Bowes DM300c Printer Review
The Pitney Bowes DM300c mailing system can help to boost the productivity of an office by taking the tedious process of stamping and postage out of the hands of users. It is most efficient at handling bulk mailings of similar weights, and can reach processing speeds of up to 65 letters per minute. High costs for its inkjet system are not a concern either, with affordable Pitney Bowes DM300c printer ink.
The unit can handle more tasks than buyers might expect, given such a small frame. It can feed envelopes, apply postage, seal them, and stack them all at a fairly quick rate of speed, and certainly much faster than any human. Because the input and output trays are limited, it does require some interaction from the user during the process, however.
Controlling costs is always a consideration for an office budget, and the DM300c can do this in a number of ways. The built-in scale makes accurate measurements to avoid overpaying for postage. The IntelliLink system built into the control panel can automatically update to the latest rates, and up to 100 accounts can be created and tracked to monitor usage. The minimal amount of Pitney Bowes DM300c ink used on each parcel also eliminates overpaying for supplies.
When the single red Pitney Bowes DM300c ink cartridge is running low, it is very easy to replace by flipping up the top panel. While prices vary, compatible Pitney Bowes DM300c printer ink cartridges usually provide the lowest prices, and therefore the most cost-effective solution. Inkjet supply levels are easily monitored from the control panel.
When a business has too much mailing volume to handle manually, a machine like the Pitney Bowes DM300c is a better solution. Its affordable price, fast speeds, and small design are very appealing. The many methods for controlling costs might even mean it can pay for itself over time.