Printer Ink Cartridges: New or Refill?

All-In-One PrinterInkjet printer ink is very expensive; and I think I can speak for a lot of folks saying: the manufacturers should be giving the printers away (they practically do so now) in order to generate a steady return business on the printer ink cartridges. TechPaul over at Tech-for Everyone Blog, a blogger whose opinion I respect, recently wrote a great article on whether we should be buying the manufacturer’s replacement cartridges or go the less-expensive route of purchasing third-party ink refill kits. Check it out.

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5 responses to “Printer Ink Cartridges: New or Refill?

  1. I think refilling of cartridge is good instead of buying new one. It will definitely save your money. Thanks!

  2. Thanks for the update. I really appreciate the efforts you have made for this post.
    Inkman.com.au is a platform which offers you excellence office furniture. it is also well known as suppliers of ink & toner cartridges in the way of Australia.

  3. Thank you, Paul, for the kind words and for mentioning me to your readers.

    I hope you will keep sharing your wisdom and experience with us for a long while to come.

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