I just buy a new printer every 3 months (when the ink cartridges are empty) it's cheaper. Most 8.5x11 printers are less than $79... and the cartridges cost that much, so why not, right! <br><br>This doesn't hold true for large format... I have an HP 1220 (13x18), so I guess I have to keep buying cartridges for it until the printer itself takes a dump.<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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#6541 - 05/09/0211:29 AMRe: Printer Manufacturers versus Refillers
My Epson 3000, which can handle a page up to 17 x 22 inches, cost me over $3,000 (Canadian), so I'm in no hurry to replace it. The cartridges cost $85 each and there are four of them, but fortunately they are the easiest to refill of any I know. Refilling brings the price down to $5.00 each and takes less than five minutes. Epson still sells them on their Web site, but hasn't bothered with an OSX driver (probably never will) which is one of the reasons I'm sticking with OS 9.2 for now.<br><br>John<br>[color:red]I don't...</font color=red>
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