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Inkjet Cartridges

Questions About Inkjet Cartridges Is it alright if I keep printing when my inkjet cartridge is showing signs of running out of ink? Just as you would not let your car run empty on gas, you also should not let your ink tank run empty. Several reasons: The Ink helps the resistors from overheating. So printing on empty can cause un-reparable heat damage to those resistors. If you use three-color cartridges and one color runs out you are risking damaging the inkjet cartridge if you continue to use it with only one tank empty! So, keep at least one extra on hand so you never… Continue Reading…


Inkjet Printer

Before you purchase your next inkjet printer take a quick look at our list of printer terms and acronyms so that you will know just what you are looking at as you read what each printer has to offer. Good luck! Inkjet Printer Lingo Aren’t acronyms fun? LOL (laugh out loud). However, they sure can be confusing when selecting printers and inkjet inks. Most sites are good about defining the acronyms they use at least once, but finding that ‘once’ is not always as easy as it looks! Knowing how to speak ‘inkjet’ will help you choose both the printer and the… Continue Reading…


Inkjet Printers

Inkjet Printers: How Much Do They Really Cost? There are inkjet printers for every budget. At the low end, you can pay less than $50. At the high-end, you can pay several hundred dollars. However, the purchase price of an inkjet printer is not the best way to determine how good of a bargain you are getting. The truth of the matter is, printer ink is not cheap. An inkjet cartridge for your $50 printer can cost you $30. That means that the cost of two inkjet cartridges will be more than the cost of your purchase price. A much… Continue Reading…


Cost of Inkjet Printing

The One-Year Cost of Inkjet Printing You can purchase an inkjet printer for as little as $39. With a rebate, it may even be less. Not many people would argue about the good deal they got when they purchased their printer. However, the purchase price of an inkjet printer really does not tell you much about your cost of printing. After all, you do need paper and inkjet cartridges to keep your printer printing. If you go to a local car lot and look at the sticker price of a car, you’d see some of the following items: the base price of the… Continue Reading…