Do you know that each brand printer consumes a different amount of Ink? Yes, it's truth according to the studies and tests, various brand's printer consumes ink in different ways.
Basically printers are divided into two categories laser and Inkjet, laser printers are costly than an inkjet but the ink consumption in laser models is very less as compared to inkjet. Before buy new printer it is important to know which machine you should buy to save some bucks. In this post I am going to explain how's it different.
We provide technical support for printers (Speciality in Canon and hp printer technical support), a common question asked to our technical support team that, why my printer shows an error message "Printer is out of Ink" even they didn't use it from the last couple of months. They don't know why this happened, the reason is so simple to understand.
When you are not using your printer since long time, the ink gets dried inside and you have to clear cartridge before refill it again.
There are four most popular printer brands available on the market and people get confused which printer is cost effective. In the test we did with 4 brand printers a) Brother, Canon, HP and Epson, we analyzed the weight of their ink cartridges are different, Canon's weighed 96 g, HP's weighed 170 g and Epson & brother weighed 143 g.
Some printers launch the cleaning cycles to clean itself. The Canon's printer runs this automatic cleaning cycle before start print job, HP run it's cleaning process in sleeping mode after finishing the printing job, Espon perform this only when you refill your ink and brother printers doesn't launch cleaning process itself, it will show a message after replacing cartridges and ask for what action need to do.
Brother printer uses the least ink as compare to other 3 brands. Do you know, printers waste particular amount of ink every time you change the Ink cartridge. Brother loses 2.90 g of Ink, Espon loses 6.31 g, HP 5.21 g and canon 6.55 g.
As figures shown above, I am sure you understand which printer is cost effective. It's Brother printer, but only the canon produces high quality print outs. So, if you are keen to get quality work, then canon should be the first choice.
I would like to suggest that you should use a laser printer which don't run any cleaning process and there is no waste of Ink at all, no fear of dry ink inside. You can use it after a long time and can find it will print same as your last print out.