Printer ink is expensive, y'all. More expensive per milliliter than champagne. The good champagne. And every time you have to run one of those head cleaning routines, you're wasting a ton of it. However, like in most things in life, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here's some easy ink nozzle maintenance for your inkjet printer.
While digital photo frames are becoming more and more convenient, printing out photos is still something that a lot of people will do (we've got large prints on our walls while our digital photo frame is mostly switched off). Most people will take snaps with their iPhones or smartphones, and having an easy way to print them out is handy. Some of these printers are full of features will others still require a cable to function.
As hard as printer manufacturers may try to scare you with warnings about voiding warranties, you do have options to perform repairs and refills yourself. There's actually even a law that specifically protects your consumer right to refill your own ink cartridge. Check out two printer repair resources that provide helpful information to salvage your printer, sparing it a backyard Office Space moment.
Printer ink is ridiculously expensive, and it sucks having to constantly spend obscene amounts of money replacing your ink cartridges. Find out what printer ink is made of and why it costs so much, as well as check out these 5 methods to save some cash and still fulfill your printing needs.
Let's be honest: when was the last time you used an inkjet printer to its full 1200 DPI printing potential? Yeah, probably not too often if you're the typical user. With a general migration of image sharing via Facebook, Twitter and mobile messaging, printing boderless high quality photos isn't nearly as common as before. Most printouts are for text docs, maybe directions or a Google map. This is when a stand alone, small laser printer makes more sense.
We're printing less and less these days, but there are still times when we need to scan, copy, fax or print a document. Instead of having 3 devices scattered around the home or office, we highly recommend an all-in-ones printer as a space-saving solution for home office setups.
AirPrint brought us the ability to print from an iPad to most WiFi printers, but what about scanning? Is it possible to scan a document and save it to your iPad without having to use a computer? The answer is yes. Find out how, after the jump.
As electronics miniaturize yet increase in print quality, a new wave of novelties are cropping up. One such category of devices is the portable printer. Now, you have different kinds of printers, some for home use and otherultra portable moderls that can even fit inside your back pocket.
We all know inkjet printer ink is practically as valuable as liquid gold (and seems to disappear quicker than beer in a frat house). But what if you had access to the largest format Epson printers and a team of able bodied papercraft specialist with a penchant for GT race cars? Epson sponsored an amazing papercraft project of a full-sized Honda NSX Super GT in loving detail. Learn how to make your own below (albeit, at a smaller size).