On Thursday 15 September 2011 14:43:14 fred wrote:
Laser is imho recommended both when you print much (>10 pages a day) and wh=
you print very little (~10 print-jobs a year).
The advantage of laser for high-volume doesn't need to be told, but for ver=
low volume a laser is at an advantage too: You can completely disconnect th=
printer when not using it. With an inkjet you have the choice of unplugging=
the printer (and have the print-head dried out when you need to print that=
urgent document due tomorrow morning), or leave it connected to the mains a=
use power constantly to regularly keep the ink running a little. Needless t=
say that this consumes power and ink in times where you are not printing at=
all. And one filling of laser-toner last longer than one filling of ink (ge=
statement abstracted from any printer models).
So, if you have the choice and don't need to print colors that much, get a=
laser to print your sheets, cd inlets or backup-tape-logs.
And to emphasize what fred says, the fastest and cheapest and greenest=20
printing job is not printing at all.
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