Get the Real Value from Inks and TonersMay 21, 2010 2 Comments
Sometimes, a buyer tends to purchase a cheaper product because of the price, obviously, but there are instances that the more expensive an item is, the greater deal you can get. According to M. David Stone of PC Magazine, customers usually create wrong ideas on purchasing costly goods especially on the consumable ink or toner cartridges.
An ink or toner cartridge can be purchased either as original equipment manufactured type made by the printer companies or as compatible cartridges provided by trusted third party corporations. There are also some stores that offer these in bulks or packages while the individual selling has varied prices. So how do you know if a cheaper ink or toner is worth your money? The best way to answer this is with the number of pages that a cartridge can print. If a $30 cartridge can yield 200 pages and a $60 toner can make 400 pages, it’s just the same. However, when the number of prints increases when the price also increases then there is a greater deal.
The amount of printed materials will always vary depending on what you print and how you consume your ink or toner. Most of the time, the box of a cartridge has an estimated value for yielded work which is located at the bottom part.
Keep in mind that not all cartridges are the same whether on price or created outputs. Make sure to check on the details first before purchasing one and also buy only from the credible makers of inks and toners.