robinmenneer at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 12:14:00 GMT 2007
Thanks for advice. The DX 6000 is the only one which gives ink usage
- 425 sheets for black ink - the other models (and makes) are all
silent as far as I can ferret out. No info available about expiry
date. Should one go for the only machine for which there are ink
usage data published ? And is their new fancy ink available in
cheaper cartridges ?
On 1/18/07, Neil Greenwood <neil.greenwood.lug at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17/01/07, Robin Menneer <robinmenneer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > David
> > Thank you for your advice. The trouble is that I'm spoilt for choice.
> > It looks as if it is between hp, canon or epsom, but there are so
> > many models. I don't mind paying extra if it is worth it.
> > Robin
> You're likely to find that paying extra to buy the printer will save
> you money in the long run, since the consumables are likely to be
> cheaper and/or last longer.
> I'd second David's advice about picking a model with separate
> tanks/cartridges for the separate colours, rather than a single
> cartridge with multiple colours. I'd also check if the cartridges have
> an expiry chip in them (I think HP do, but I'm not sure), and avoid
> them if possible.
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