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How to Buy a Printer

How to Buy a Printer So you’ve made the decision to buy a printer only you’re not sure how to buy a printer that fits for your needs.  Not to fear – we’ve helped countless people choose the right printer for their lifestyle and needs.  Here are some real-life questions we ask every consumer in helping them to refine their search and find the most suitable match. What type of printing do you do? This is perhaps the most important question to ask since it will point you towards a specific printer technology – that is Inkjet printer vs Laser Printer. Inkjet printers are capable of high quality photo printing since they mix ink liquid and specialized papers to render a photo quality image/print.  If you are looking to print high quality graphics and photos, you’re most likely in need of an inkjet printer. Laser printers can offer decent quality colour prints suitable for general purpose colour printing such as printing PowerPoint slides. Do you need a color printer? If you only print text, faxes or anything that doesn’t really require colour, we would generally recommend you look into a laser printer.  Laser toner cartridges generally achieve three or more […]

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Posted by Island Ink-Jet - 12/15/2013 at 6:56 pm

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Ink and Toner News: Major Printer Brands Join EPEAT’s Registry to Showcase Greener Electronics

Top printer manufacturers like Epson, Canon, Xerox, Dell, Lexmark and Ricoh have recently added their printers and copiers to EPEAT’s green electronics registry. Samsung, Hewlett-Packard and Konica Minolta are not far behind and are in the process of getting their products registered as well. If you haven’t heard of EPEAT, here’s a quick overview: Launched in the year 2006, EPEAT is a registry that includes products from more than 50 manufacturers all across the globe. The company is spearheaded as a partnership between various sectors including businesses, NGOs, other stakeholders and also has some government intervention. Many consumers are now getting increasingly aware of what products they put their money into. Manufacturers who deliver green products that are free from toxic materials are sure to get a thumbs up by consumers, and companies are more than likely going to see a boost in their sales numbers as well. With EPEAT recently opening up its registry to include more than just computers, and have imaging equipment like printers, copiers, scanners and all-in-one machines that pass environmental tests on its registry, manufacturers didn’t take long to join in. And the criteria for getting added to the registry isn’t that simple as well […]

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Posted by Island Ink-Jet - 02/22/2013 at 9:10 am

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Samsung Printer Users Gives the Company the Most Votes for Consumer Satisfaction

Did you know that overall consumer satisfaction when it came to printers is declining? PC World reports that in the year 2009 “70.4 percent of printer owners said they were completely satisfied” with their printers. Fast-forward to today and “PCWorld reader survey of tech satisfaction, reliability, and service” when it came to printers is down to 66.2%. On an overall scale the results were pretty tight but Samsung clinched the top spot for “text quality, operating noise, and design.” Samsung users also gave its printers high points for ease of use. Other brands including “Brother, Canon, HP for Business, and Ricoh were separated by just a few hundredths of a point in their overall average satisfaction scores.” Let’s break down which printers got top scores in which areas: Photo Printing: Canon was the printer of choice for photo printing and high quality graphic printing. Printer speed: Ricoh, landed top scores for print speed and easy network connectivity. Reliability: Brother Printers lead all the other brands, with Canon and Samsung trailing shortly behind. In fact only 10% of people said they had major problems with the above brands. However, a whopping 20% of consumers seemed to have major issues with the […]

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Posted by Island Ink-Jet - 02/15/2013 at 9:14 am

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