HP Printer Technicians

Cartridge prices and ink efficiency can vary greatly from printer to printer.  One rule of thumb is to avoid printers with a cheap sticker price.  Most inexpensive printers work with pricey printer cartridges that require frequent replacement.  Slightly more expensive printers like a mid-range inkjet printer, laser printer or ink tank printer cost more upfront, but the savings kick in when you factor in the operating costs of the printer cartridges – let’s break it down!

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How to Look for an Ink-Efficient Printer?
Printer efficiency is determined by looking at the printer’s cost per page. Here’s how to determine cost per page:

Find out what ink cartridge the printer uses.
Determine the ink cartridge’s page yield. Page yield is the number of pages a cartridge can print before going empty. Ink cartridges with higher page yields are considered more cost-efficient. Some printers accept extra high yield cartridges and others don’t. This could be another factor to look out for when shopping for a cost-efficient printer.
Take the price of the ink cartridge and divide it by its page yield. The resulting number is the cost per page.
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