printers

The best printer does not come cheap

by Florie Lyn Masarate

Are you one of those who tend to go cheap when buying a printer? Think first…In all your money saving effort, you will end up paying more in the long run.

Even though inkjet printers are very inexpensive and affordable, the cost of the replacement inks can drive up the overall cost over the time of ownership. Sometimes the cost of the ink is way expensive than the printer was.

The best way to go about buying a printer? Continue reading

Laser Toner Cartridges:Your Questions Answered

by Alan Wilson

Long an essential tool for businesses, laser printers are becoming more and more popular with home users because of their speed, accuracy and precision. Laser printers are increasingly affordable, too. If you’re contemplating buying a laser printer, here are the answers to the common questions about the all-important subject of laser toner cartridges.

How Long Do Laser Toner Cartridges Last?
Laser printer toner cartridge life is measured in terms of yield. Continue reading

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