HP, Kyocera and Sharp Earn Inaugural BLI Reliability Awards 2018–2021

by Tech Mainstream Staff


August 30, 2018


HP, Kyocera and HP Earn Inaugural BLI Reliability Awards 2018–2021


Buyers Lab, the worldwide leading authority on the document imaging industry, recently announced the Buyers Lab Reliability awards honoring "the manufacturers whose product lines are determined to be the most reliable, based on the combined results of all models subjected to Buyers Lab’s rigorous reliability testing."

The Buyers Lab Reliability awards are bestowed once every three years: "Buyers Lab performs the most intensive durability testing in the industry, making a Buyers Lab Reliability award quite a distinctive honor."

Printer and MFP reliability is of upmost importance since consumers need reliable devices to help minimize downtime. Performance data from vendors, whose product lines stand out above the rest, is analyzed by a qualified analyst team HP Inc.

Among the accolades for the three top reliability vendors: HP leads the pack in reliability, Kyocera Color Models promise maximum up-time and Sharp Monochrome Models offer impeccable performance.

The 2018-2021 BLI Reliability Awards are as follows:

        HP Inc.
        Most Reliable Business Printer & MFP Brand 2018–2021
    
        KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.
        Most Reliable Color Copier MFP Brand 2018–2021
    
        Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America
        Most Reliable Monochrome Copier MFP Brand 2018–2021
        

 

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