You’ve no doubt either heard friends, family or colleagues complaints about the cost of printing or experienced the constant need to buy new cartridges for your printer yourself. The good news is that printing doesn’t have to cost as much as it often does.
Careful selection of the right printer, for the type of printing you do, can make huge differences to the overall costs you incur over, say, a three-year period.
Whichprinter4.me has a comparison tool, which will allow you to tell us how you use your printer. We will then return to you a list of the cheapest printers for your printer usage. Further to this, the cost comparisons will be done using real-time street prices from a variety of well-known online retailers meaning we can tell you the cheapest printer to buy, the cheapest place to buy it and the cheapest place to buy ink for it too.
It is not unusual for up to 90% of the total money spent on printing in a three-year period, to go on ink. So, you may be surprised to find that quite often the printer we calculate as costing the least for your usage may well cost more than others on the market but give you significant cost savings over the three years. If you watch our comparison video above you’ll see that in a recent test with an older printer, despite taking significantly less time, a current printer cost almost exactly 45% less when printing just over 2500 pages.Read more »