I have a small photo studio for a long time in my home country. I have been running it for 10 years with my wife. We had three Canon printers ink jet, and we had a lot of troubles with them. The cartridge has been ending too fast and the color was not nearly good, but it was a good option for the money I had. Now I am using two Brother printer with Brother TN760 Black Toner Cartridge. This one fit's perfectly all my need's and I have not changed it for a couple of months and the color is uniform. I mean this is one of the best cartridges I have ever used
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Last edited by GoodFollow; 24th Dec 2019 at 08:20.
A $60 any kind of printer is going to be crap.
AIOs can be good, you just have to pay more for those models.
Figure out how often & how much $ you want to devote to the color printing portion. If less than 15%, skip it and get a monochrome printer and offload the color duties.
Similarly with the disc-face work. Those require special discs to absorb the ink properly. If it's not a business, skip it.
I would only suggest inkjet printers to my worst enemy.
Always been a sucker for brother office printers. Aftermarket ink is cheap, always worked in linux, self cleans if not used for a while, and prints great photos.if all else fails read the manual
I finally bought an Epson EcoTank 3-in-1 and after a few months of use I find it economical and capable of printing nice photos. However, I am not very optimistic about how long it will last, as its print head got clogged a few times and cleaning was not easy.
"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
Use to love Epson, but 3 in a row had clogged heads after not being used for 2 weeks with the factory ink.if all else fails read the manual