The Brother MFC-790CW multifunction packs some interesting features into a small space, but is too slow at printing basic tasks.
High ink costs and slow graphics output make the Lexmark X4650 pale next to like-priced, better-featured models.
Cut consumable costs nearly in half with this simple, effective printing trick.
We ran printers until they said it was time to change the cartridge--and found that some left more than 40 percent of their ink unused. Is all that waste really necessary -- especially considering how much printer ink costs?
We ran printers until they said it was time to change the cartridge--and found that some left more than 40 percent of their ink unused.
Steve Bass finds 20 percent of the ink he paid for left in supposedly empty cartridges, but Brother has a logical (if not legal) explanation.
Counterfeit ink and toner cartridges can ruin prints, spray ink, and permanently damage your printer. Part one of a series on cheap ink.
Buying replacement ink from a third-party vendor can save you big bucks. But will you pay with lousy-looking prints that fade in no time? We did months of testing to find out.
In our tests, prints made with manufacturers' ink looked better and lasted longer than those made with third-party replacement inks. Want to see for yourself? Here are some examples.