We have all been there – decisions, decisions. Choosing the right type of printer, either for home or work, has never been a walk in the park. One tricky part of buying a printer is undoubtedly deciding whether to get a laser printer or an inkjet printer. And for good reason.
The two types of printers employ different approaches, with each suitable for different printing needs. As you might expect, each printing technology has its own pros and cons. But when it comes to buying a printer, the cost -both initial and ongoing – is paramount. Which begs the question: which is cost-effective, an inkjet printer or a laser printer?
This blog post looks to give you a succinct guide on the pricing of both laser and inkjet printers. It will look at the initial price tag as well as the cost in the long haul. Read on; you will be glad you did.
Often, our desk area gets bogged down with a tangle of cords for our computers, printers, and other business needs at the office. At home there may be multiple family members sharing a printer, all having to plug in their devices when they need to print. Thankfully, today there are numerous choices when it comes to wireless printing. Say goodbye to the pile of cords and find one that fits your needs choosing from Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Choosing a printer can be a stressful process. There are almost as many options for printers as there are options for paint colors and each one varies from the next. There are wired printers, wireless ones, printers with fax, laser jet printers, inkjet printers, and multi-function machines. The list could go on and on for ages.
In order to categorize the different features of printers and their importance to making a choice in printers, it is necessary to be informed of the different options that are available. These different options include pages per minute, color quality, type of ink and whether or not the printer is wireless or requires an in wall hookup. Pages per minute will vary by printer manufacturer and color quality will vary according to what type of ink used in the printer. Laser printing is more ideal for those wishing to print large volumes at a time but in black and white. Colors are better suited to be printed with an inkjet printer as hue and brilliance can be more greatly achieved with the use of inkjet system.