Question about HP Printers & Copiers
Inkjets have always had varied results for service life. Yes, they are very sensitive to not being used. They will dry up from exposure to air. This is just an inherent problem, that is not specific to HP. It can happen with any inkjet printer.
But with the cost of laser printers, you can purchase a personal laser printer, for slightly more then a really good inkjet.
Lasers do not suffer drying out from exposure to air.
You can buy a personal laser for around $100. The quality is a lot better then inkjets, and the print on the page will not suffer age deterioration (fading) as bad as an inkjet.
If you need to do color, here is another area where lasers have dropped in price. You can get a really nice color laser for around $250.
Yes, the toners are more expensive, but cost per page to print is actually lower. And you will find that laser toners do last a lot longer.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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