Tag: Ink Cartridges

Sep 28 2016

Hewlett Packard Imposes Ink Cartridge DRM Requirements On Customers

A couple of years ago, I made the conscious decision to switch from using an inkjet printer to using a color laser printer simply because the ink cartridges didn’t last very long and they were very costly. When you’re using an inkjet printer you don’t know exactly how many pages you going to be able …

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Feb 20 2012

Saving money with ink cartridge refills

I have never had a real opportunity to take advantage of doing an ink cartridge replacement with a refill. My early problems were because the early days of ink cartridge refills were pretty iffy, and in those days I had a Hewlett-Packard DeskJet printer and I think everyone understands that you have an ink cartridge …

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Dec 19 2010

Leaving Ink Jet Printers: How I saved $300 this year

This time last year I was wrestling with a warranty issue from Epson. I had the Artisan 800 that I paid $300 [basically] for and I had already had to pay $200 for ink cartridges. I believe everyone is aware that the printer makers aren’t making their money on the printers so much, but more …

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Jul 15 2009

Product Rip-off: Printers and Ink cartridges

When you go out to buy a printer, you need something to print the crap your getting from the web or that stupid report that your boss wants and my problem with this is the fact the printers are usually ‘basically’ given away. The ink that you’ve to use for the printers are more expensive …

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Jul 06 2009

Ecofont: Save money, Save ink and Save the Planet

If you do a lot of printing that you know that printer ink is costly. In most cases 4 ink cartridges will have already bought your printer; in some cases twice. So the goal becomes conserving ink and money- Enter ECOFONT. The Ecofont is based on the Vera Sans, an Open Source letter, and is …

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