Inkjet vs. Laser
You may be wondering what the difference is between an inkjet printer and a laser printer. For the average home user, an inkjet printer will usually be adequate. If you run a business and print large quantities of text you should consider a laser printer. If you are currently thinking about which type of printer will best suit your needs read on …
An inkjet printer is ideal for average home use. If you need to print occasional documents and the odd photograph then an inkjet printer will usually suffice. Inkjet printers work very well for basic word documents and photographs. They are significantly cheaper to buy then a laser printer but they are more expensive to run. Inkjet printers are capable of producing very high quality prints and can be connected directly to your camera or mobile phone without having to actually turn on your computer.
A laser printer is the best option if you have a small business. If you regularly print high volumes of text, you should definitely consider purchasing a laser printer. In comparison to inkjet printers, laser printers are much quieter and faster. The cost per page using a laser printer is dramatically cheaper than that of an inkjet printer. Laser printers are also much better at printing fine details, such as small fonts. Toner cartridges are more expensive to buy then inkjets but each toner cartridge is capable of printing thousands of copies.
Both laser and inkjet printers have drawbacks, where one kind of printer is strong the other is weak. An inkjet printer is significantly slower than a laser printer, but can produce high quality photographs. They also have different strengths depending on the amount of work you do. Laser printers are a lot more economical for high volume printing, while if you only use your printer occasionally at home you will save more with an inkjet printer.
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