Despite the rise of multifunction devices and mobile communications, fax machines are still an important tool for many businesses and modern laser faxes offer a host of advanced functions. Unlike old-fashioned thermal faxes, laser faxes use toner and print on plain A4 paper, resulting in lower running costs and much better print quality. There are times, for instance when you need a customer's signature on an order form, when a fax is still the best way to exchange documents quickly. Even the most basic models usually include features such as automatic document feeders, fax page memory and quick dial entries. Document feeders allow you to send multiple pages without having to stand over the fax and feed them in manually and advanced features like group dial enable you to send a document to multiple users simultaneously. A large memory means that fax jobs can be stored prior to transmission and incoming documents can be stored and printed later, for instance, if the machine runs out of paper. Choosing the best laser fax for your needs is important so give us a call today and our expert team will steer you in the right direction.