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Laser Printers Are The Lowest Cost Per Page...

Lets Look at the cost per page of the printer shown below
the toner cartridge has a page yield of 10,000 pages
for $41.60 this is less than a .005 half a penny per output.
Remember when buying a printer you shop for cost of supplies.

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Cost Of Ownership Is Everything
Copiers

The typical copier is cost per click
the average cost per click is 1.0 to 2.0 cents 
Pay attention to cost per page most companies have recognized costly printing enviroments
and will demand day to day printing go to laserjet printers Why ?


Because over 20,000 pages you are talking the difference between $100.00 and $150.00 in wasted money.

Now Lets look at the common inkjet printer shown below even the new
printers by lexmark and Kodak that claim they can achieve 500 pages for $5.00 for black ink only
"NOT COLOR" this is 1 Cent per output
Most color inkjets will deliver approx 300 pages of color if your lucky for $30.00 this is a staggering 10 cents per page approx.

Printer Ink

 U of M Informs Students
Telling the students to purchase inkjet printers because they require less energy therefore saving money
I found this to be a joke and somebody should have done there homework
before making suggestions such as this.


I found this article to be interesting I take no credit

by Amy Bell
Thursday, September 2, 2010
                   
                                                    

 You may be able to buy a surprisingly affordable printer at your local office supply store, but don't start celebrating just yet. The printer companies make their biggest bucks on ink.

 Over the life of your printer, you'll probably pay more than 500% of the total price of the printer itself on ink refill cartridges. At $30, a 42ml cartridge of black printer ink comes out to 71 cents per ml. On the other hand, the Red Cross charges $200 for 500 ml of blood, which comes out to about 40 cents per ml.