I was just wondering why printer ink is so expensive.
Bying a bottle of suitable ink that is adequate for many refills does keep
There was a shift in the marketing model, for printing
To make money for the inkjet printer firms. The way to avoid it is
I even refill my toner so I save even more. And if I have to replace theCBFalconer said:To make money for the inkjet printer firms. The way to avoid it is
to spend a little bit more for a laser printer, buy a toner
cartridge every year or two, and save pots. This will restrict you
to black and white, unless you spend more.
I have an HP PhotoSmart 7960. I bought a cheapo cart the 1) had a weeMy understanding is that many printer companies make little to no money on
the sale of the printer and therefore expect to make it by wicked high ink
prices. This is why they're installing chips in the OEM ink, to try to
prevent us from using less expensive third party stuff. I've read that Kodak
has decided to change this with a new line of printers they're introducing.
If they can produce a decent printer with reasonably priced ink, it could
put their name back on the map
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