Consider Printer Ink When Producing Holiday Photos At Home
As it is becoming increasingly easy replicate professional printing at home, those users looking to get the best quality and value for money from their home printing have been advised to take a series of simple steps.
With millions of Britons likely to have pictures ready to print from their summer holidays, the Daily Mail has advised home users to think carefully before getting stuck in, with both the desired size and quality of the pictures to be taken into consideration.
According to the column, inkjet printers offer the best results for larger photos, though those people looking for smaller prints would do well to opt for more compact, laser devices, with tactics such as printing several photos on one page likely to deliver huge cost savings.
"However, much of the cost of home printing is the cost of ink cartridges and paper," the paper advised.
"Search online for the cheapest cartridges [but] be wary of nonbranded cartridges because the colours may not be true."
This comes as cclonline.com has welcomed the launch of the Xerox Phaser 8860_ADN colour printer, which the site explains offers "day-to-day reliability" for both home and business users.