Ink and/or toner costs too much

PC World has written a lot about the printing industry's sneaky practices over the years.

To wit: They snare you with dirt-cheap printers sold at or below cost, and then stick it to you later with ultra-pricey consumables.

Based on our tests, we can't recommend third party vendors' remanufactured or refilled ink cartridges, which may not give you your money's worth.

The best cost-saving solution we can offer is to buy higher-capacity cartridges. If you print a lot, try an ink cartridge with a 250-plus page yield, or a toner cartridge with a 2,000-plus page yield.

There is business printers available out there both ink-jet and laser even though spending more for the hardware, the cartridges make it a better choice in the long run.
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