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I'm just in the process of qualifying as a CM and so am going to invest in a new printer. I'd like to keep running costs as low as possible so have two questionsWhat printer do you have?How often do you print? B&w or colour?Thank you for any help
I print tons, go with cheapest ink, I wish I had. Thinking of changing my printer for that reason. Also keep the receipt I'm on my 3rd in a year. I print a lot of photos.
I used to print a lot of photos ... now I email them all.
I have Epsom stylus 100 - about 4yrs old. Prints photocopies and scansBuy ink off amazon - got 3 sets so pink blue yellow and black plus 2 extra blacks so 11 cartridges for £7The more you pay cheaper they areI print invoices as does oh as self employed
Buy not payToo blood early - blondes goes back to sleep at 5.30
And 14 cartridges - seems I also can't add up at the crack of dawn So 14 for £7 making 50p compared to buying singularly which can be £3 or so per cartridge
I was advised to get a kodak. Dearer initially but uses less ink x
I've got a HP colour printer. Cartridges about £12.00.
I use a Canon.Do NOT buy a Lexmark - ink sooooo expensive!
Thank you for your replies off to pc world this weekend to have look !
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