All businesses want an efficient and cost-effective way to operate. Printing and printer supplies can strain many small business budgets, but collate printing may be able to help. Continue reading “What Is Collate Printing and Is it Cost-Effective?”
Closing the doors to customers is never good for businesses, but it was a necessary sacrifice many businesses made to control the spread of the coronavirus. Now, businesses are getting the green light to reopen, but safety is still a social concern. Continue reading “Social Distancing for Businesses: Necessary Steps to Prevent the Spread”
If you’re in the market for a new printer, you have a range of options—but how can you know which one is the best deal? When shopping around for an excellent printer for either home or office use, consider the quality of the printed text, quality of printed photos, copying and scanning abilities, print speed, and ink prices. Continue reading “Which Is the Better Printer: HP or Epson?”
We all want to do our part to save the planet. Now, more than ever, being environmentally conscious is less of a choice and more of a civic responsibility. Continue reading “Are Ink Cartridges Recyclable? How to Properly Dispose of Them”
When buying a printer or printer ink, brand name models tend to attract the most attention. While many high-quality brands can create and offer good products, some original cartridges by well-known brand names don’t last as often as they should, and ink levels can run dry too soon. Buying remanufactured products can be a better investment, as they can last the same amount or longer and cost substantially less. Continue reading “Remanufactured Ink Cartridges – The Ultimate Guide & Everything You Need to Know”
Printing out photos at home is a great luxury. You can create high-quality images taken from your phone or digital camera without leaving your home. When looking for a photo printer, look for some key features. Printer types, speeds, and quality may all be important factors in the decision of what printer to get. Laser printers, inkjet printers, and solid ink can be quite different. Additionally, prices can vary significantly, and your budget is another factor to consider. Continue reading “How to Choose the Best Photo Printer & What to Look For”
Deciding which all-in-one printer to buy depends on what you need to print. With all the brands on the market, it can be overwhelming to narrow down the list to the best make and model. Continue reading “Which Printer Is Best: Canon or HP?”
Remote work has become more common in recent years and is becoming commonplace for many businesses. For employees used to working within the structure of an office environment, staying focused at home can be a challenge. Continue reading “Home Office Checklist: How to Set Up Your Home Office for Optimal Productivity”
Laser printers are capable of printing very fast, and their per-page cost is much lower than inkjets. However, they have two sets of parts that must eventually be replaced: the toner cartridges and the drums.
All electronics collect dust over time. Unfortunately, laser printers are particularly prone to damage due to debris, as the particles can enter the toner and cause the narrow parts of the printer interior to become clogged.