Inkjet printing - drying of nozzles

By bluenite1 ·
Tags: Hardware
I am considering buying a new printer for home use, with a small amount of printing. Major manufacturers (Canon/Epson/HP/Brother) are constantly improving their systems, but I'm mainly interested in drying nozzles. Among other things, the cartridges price, original or compatible. Will anyone share the experience? Or look at a color laser, no photo quality printing?
Does anyone know a good sites/blogs with verified opinions on printers?
Thanks for answers
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Printer review

by birdmantd Moderator In reply to Inkjet printing - drying ...

Check out Cnet reviews.

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Suggestion for Printer purchasing

by philipshernandez01 In reply to Inkjet printing - drying ...

Hey, I'm an employee of a multinational company. I'm functioning as one of the purchase managers. Our company has the rule to keep the documents in both hard and soft copies. So we need efficient printers. Printers have a big role in our office. Summaries, contracts, lists etc are some of the main documents. Once in six years, we will replace our old printer with new ones. This time we are planning to purchase the printers online. If it's not too much trouble, please share your views

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I see you asked this before.

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to Suggestion for Printer pu ...

As such I want you to know that by duplicating your question and hiding under an old discussion, few may find it.

That said the office printer is a printer from 2010. A simple(?) Canon MX 870. I have seen no sign of drying nozzles.

"The issues I read here would point me to the big company-grade units with lease contracts that include service and repair. Six years is a long life span for any printer I know of. This means that service and repair is not optional.

That said at our office we use the usual few hundred dollar printers and think nothing of it when they fail. We go get another. This laissez faire attitude is only possible since we are well seasoned, own our shop/office and don't have to deal with committees or such. In your case since you wrote what I read above you can't cheap out."

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