The ComColor, like the HC series, uses Riso inkjet printing technology. The inks are low-cost, although the part numbers are different.
Riso launched the ComColor in 2009. It is a faster printer, with superior electronics, and a smaller footprint. Arguably, it is more reliable. Read more about the ComColor series.
The HC series first appeared in 2004. It is a lower cost printer. Some customers prefer a lower cost refurbished HC series, maintained by CAMRI to give high levels of reliability. Read more about the HC Series.
Purchasing a ComColor or an HC
For both types of printer, you can choose between:
- Outright purchase;
- Fixed 3 to 5 year rental agreement.
Rental agreements are popular, especially in the public sector. You can pay:
At the end of the rental agreement, you can:
- Upgrade to a new printer;
- Keep the printer, and just pay for CAMRI’s support and services;
- Occasionally, CAMRI purchases old printers from customers. Depending on the economy, there can be demand for refurbished machines.