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Will You Need Printer Ink or Toner?
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/16/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
If you're in the market for a new printer, it would be advantageous to take a look at ongoing sales during the holiday season. As retailers try to unload merchandise and get in the black, they will continue to reduce prices. For the informed consumer, it could be a great way to save money and find a printer for his needs. One of the big things you'll need to figure out is whether you want an ink printer or laser printer. Each offers different affordances and constraints. The Case for the Laser Printer: If you've used a solid ink printer for a long time, you may be sick of printer ink. The printer tends to be noisier, and the printer heads get clogged easily. Unclogging the printer heads can be annoying and messy. They are also slower. If you're printing in bulk, you may be waiting for a while with a solid ink printer. A laser printer uses toner cartridges, which can print upwards of 5,000 pages. An ink cartridge produces nowhere near that. The print is cleaner than solid ink. If you print often, a laser printer will be cost-effective in the end. The Case for the Solid-Ink Printer: Although a laser printer is quicker, that doesn't mean it prints quality. Solid ink printers are able to print with a much higher precision than laser printers. Moreover, if you don't print often, a laser printer is just a waste of money. They can be twice as expensive as ink cartridges. A laser printer, in itself, will run you a lot more money than a solid ink printer, and they are far less portable than solid ink printers as well. In the end, the choice is up to your individual needs. Deciding which matches your needs better will help you score a good deal this holiday season.
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Will You Need Printer Ink or Toner?
Season's Greetings with Ink Cartridges
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/8/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
Since it's the holiday season, why don't you give yourself the gift of big savings for ink cartridges and other printer accessories? Do you know how much the average ink cartridge costs these days? If you go online or visit any retailer, you might be shocked to find out that an ink cartridge could run fifty dollars or more. How many of us out there have the money to spend this much on ink? For the 99% of us out there who care about saving money, you can find great prices and savings here at Ink Oasis.

We take pride in having the lowest prices in the industry. We supply refurbished ink cartridges from the biggest printer companies in the world including Epson, Brother, Dell, HP, Samsung, and more. Refurbished ink cartridges are just like original cartridges except they are much cheaper. You can expect to find refurbished ink cartridges at more than half off the prices of original cartridges. Plus, they help reduce plastic waste, which is a big gift for the environment too.

If you're looking to save money on costly ink cartridges, refurbished ink cartridges may be the answer you're looking for. You can find these and more here at Ink Oasis. The money you save could mean more money for gifts, and who doesn't like that? Thank you for shopping with us and happy holidays!
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Season's Greetings with Ink Cartridges
Don't Spend a Fortune on HP Inkjet Cartridges
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/6/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
If you use HP printers, you might be inclined to simply throw it out after a few weeks simply because HP inkjet cartridges are egregiously expensive. Depending on the age of your printer, you may be able to buy a refurbished inkjet cartridge, or even refill kits that will help you save a good bit of money. Since the printer itself will last for years, there is really no excuse to throw it away if you can find HP inkjet cartridges at a reasonable price.
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Don't Spend a Fortune on HP Inkjet Cartridges
Some Things to Know About Inkjet Cartridges
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/5/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
Even though many people enjoy having a low cost printer, they tend to find that the cost of inkjet cartridges exceeds the value of the printer. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that a number of solutions have emerged to help resolve this problem. That said, if you truly want to save as much money as possible on inkjet cartridges, you will research printers carefully before you commit to buying.  In some cases, simply choosing one model over another from the same manufacturer can help you save more money than you imagined.
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Some Things to Know About Inkjet Cartridges
Making Printer Cartridges Last Longer
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/4/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
When it comes right down to it, you have a choice between constantly buying new printer cartridges, or doing what you can to make each one last as long as possible. In most cases, observing a few simple guidelines will help you get far more out of each cartridge than you expected.  At the very least, if you make use of these suggestions, you can also integrate them into your cartridge purchasing plans to create an even better cost saving approach.
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Making Printer Cartridges Last Longer
Finding the Best Laser Printer
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/3/2011 to Printer Reviews
If you are in the market for a laser printer, you may have given up on finding cheap ink cartridges, or you may feel that ink refills are more trouble than they are worth. Since a laser printer also provides better quality than an inkjet printer, it may seem like a good idea to buy one. Unfortunately, if you do not shop carefully, you may wind up with an expensive printer and a toner replacement cost that will make Canon inkjet cartridges, and those made by other manufacturers look cheap.
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Finding the Best Laser Printer
Should You Buy a New Inkjet Printer?
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/2/2011 to Inkjet Printer Ink
Did you know that buying a new inkjet printer can be a fairly complicated process? Aside from choosing the best brand and model, there are some other options that you may want to consider. In fact, if you do not keep three basic details in mind, you may find that buying an inkjet printer will cause far more problems than simply going to a local store and asking for print on demand services.
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Should You Buy a New Inkjet Printer?
Some Things to Know About Laser Toner Cartridges
Posted by Ink Oasis on 12/1/2011 to Laser Printer Toner
When it comes to choosing between inkjet printers and laser ones, most feel that the cost of laser toner cartridges is just as prohibitive as the cost for inkjet models.  That said, if you absolutely feel that you need a laser printer, there are still some things you can consider that will help you save money on laser toner cartridges. At the very least, if you keep these three simple things in mind, you will be able to pick a printer that you can use without breaking your budget each time laser toner cartridges need to be purchased.
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