Top 5 Most Economical Inkjet Printers

Are you frustrated about your inkjet printer that consumes a lot of ink? Despite being slow compared to laser printers, inkjets have become a household product. Inkjet printers are known for there, quality, cheap price and fantastic ink sucking capabilities. The cheapest ink jet printer could be well under 70 dollars. Does this mean they are cheap? No! Even though the actual cost of the printer seems to be dirt cheap, the amount of money one would be spending on ink printer ink will be more. To put things in to perspective – an ounce of silver costs around 35 dollars and an ounce of quality printer ink costs around 80 dollars. So it is wise to do the research and find the most economical printer and not just throw your money on any machine.

Here we will review the top 5 most economical inkjet printers sold in the market.

 

HP DeskJet 1000

HP DeskJet 1000

If you are looking for a cheap home printer, which also doesn’t drain a lot of ink, the HP DeakJet 1000 could be the right printer for you. It has a decent print speed along with 16ppm and 12ppm color capability. However, there won’t be any extras in the box. In fact, you should even buy your own USB cable to hook it up to your computer.

 

Canon Pixma MP640

Canon Pixma MP640

Get the best of everything with the Canon Pixma MP640. This printer is one of the most economical printers sold in the market. The printer doesn’t use a lot of ink and has a good print speed and you don’t have to compromise on print quality.

 

HP Officejet Pro 276dw MFP

HP Officejet Pro 276dw MFP

It’s an inkjet printer that can be as fast as an laser printer. Duplex printing, duplex automatic document feeder and Wi-Fi support are some of the most notable features of the printer. The printer could be economical with a lot of features, but, on the down side, the photo quality is not that great. Buy this machine, if you seldom print in color and don’t wish to spend a lot on printer ink.

Brother MFC-J6910DW

Brother MFC-J6910DW

It is a true work horse. This is also one of the cheapest printers which can print in A3. The built quality is sturdy and enables you to load both A4 and A3 paper simultaneously. Operating the printer is bliss with the 8.3cm touchscreen. The print quality is not that great, but can work well in office environment with a lot of printing demands.

 

Lexmark Platinum Pro 905

Lexmark Platinum Pro 905

At 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide, the Pro 905 is slightly larger than most inkjet printers in the market. However, the printer is jam-packed will the features, that one would expect in a good all-in-one laser printer for office use. The print speeds are good and there are 2 paper trays present to accommodate a lot of sheets.

If you are struck with an ink guzzler and wish to reduce the ink usage considerably you can switch your printer to “Dart” mode. In “normal” mode the printer sprays multiple coats of ink on the character, in dart mode the printer moves to the successive line after a single pass. This can help you save some ink. However, it is always good to switch to a more economical printer if you are concerned about printing cost.

With this list of “low ink consumers” you can boost your printing budget. Also, try to use only original printer ink from Ink Station (AU), Viking (UK)  or other well known distributors. It will save you money on repairs.

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Garima is the founder of LoveTheTips.com, a UK based blog offering most useful tips on the topics you love to know more about. She enjoys travelling, blogging and spending time with her 6 year old daughter.

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