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 Deciding to Migrate from Inkjet to Laser Printing 
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Deciding to Migrate from Inkjet to Laser Printing
by: Patricia Lorenza





Experience with inkjets seem to have convinced owners that laser printers may just be worth taking a second look at. Below are some general observations that you might need to know of before making that final decision whether to go laser or inkjet.

1. Inkjet printers are not as fast as laser printers. This makes the inkjet printer an unsuitable choice for volume printing.

2. Issues on faulty ink level indicators and cartridge error messages are regularly encountered in most inkjet printers.

3. Frequent printing errors have resulted in increased ink and paper consumption, which is not good for anyone’s budget.

4. For infrequent printer users, ink can easily dry up which can lead to a damaged print head, and not to mention, a wasted cartridge.

5. Ink cartridges are more prone to leaks as compared to toner cartridges.

This is not to say that inkjet printing is not a good choice. Several small businesses still prefer inkjets over laser printers primarily because of lower purchase costs.

Colored laser printers have been sitting on store shelves for sometime but the high price tag has always been a drawback. However, recent data shows that a total of 1.9 million units of colored laser printers were sold in the last year alone. As a cost-cutting measure, large organizations have opted to switch to colored laser printers to print their own fliers and brochures.

There are a few other advantages that come with laser printing, for example:

1. Some laser printer units come with a duplexing function which allows back to back printing in one swing. This is an important, time-saving feature for companies who produce brochures of their own.

2. Laser printers come with a paper drawer which makes continuous printing easy. Some models also have multiple paper trays for large printing queues.

3. Laser printers have expandable memories making them customizable to the user’s needs.

4. Laser toner cartridges produce more prints and last longer as compared to inkjet cartridges.

5. Because they are heat-bound on paper and not absorbed like ink, laser prints are of higher quality, and not prone to smudging and smearing.

These are but a few facts on laser vs. inkjet printing. For more information on compatible laser toners and replacement printer cartridges, please visit http://www.lasertonerzone.com


About The Author
Patricia Lorenza is a freelance writer from Los Angeles. Her roster of clients include various ecommerce sites and web design companies around Southern California. Patricia specializes in content management and article keyword optimization.

Visit the author's web site at:
http://www.lasertonerzone.com



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