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The Pros & Cons for Choosing a Laser Printer for Your Office

Posted on November 24, 2017 | Posted by Paul V
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Before deciding on the best printer for your office, have a look at the pros and cons of laser printers. Pros Cost Per Page One of the biggest benefits of laser printers is their efficient use of toner. They use much less toner than inkjet printers use ink and as such, end up costing less

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The Pros & Cons for Choosing an Inkjet Printer for Your Office

Posted on November 24, 2017 | Posted by Paul V
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Let’s have a look at some of the pros and cons of inkjet printers so you can select the best printer for your office. Pros Compact Size Inkjet printers fit nicely into a smaller office as they don’t take up much space. If you’re concerned about saving space, inkjet printers are perfect. Price Inkjet printers

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What’s the CMYK Colour Model Used in Your Office Printer?

Posted on November 24, 2017 | Posted by Paul V
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You may have seen the letters CMYK on your printer, but do you know what it actually means? CMYK is a subtractive colour model used in colour printing. It refers to the colours of the 4 inks used in the printing process – cyan, magenta, yellow and ‘Key’, which represents black. CMYK is considered a

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The Five Main Differences Between an Inkjet & a Laser Printer

Posted on November 24, 2017 | Posted by Paul V
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When purchasing a home or office printer, you are going to face the inevitable decision of choosing between inkjet and laser printers. So, which one is best? Let’s take a look at their main differences to better determine which one you should choose. Size As a rule, most inkjet printers are much smaller in size

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What Happens When a Printer Runs Out of Yellow, Magenta or Cyan Ink?

Posted on November 24, 2017 | Posted by Paul V
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CMYK is a subtractive colour model used in many different printers. It works by using a combination of cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink or toner cartridges (hence the name) in order to make all the colours needed for basic printing. The way in which these colours are mixed, determines the result of the colour

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