| Thursday May 26th 2016

Chart compares price of inkjet ink to other liquids

Relative prices of different liquidsReflectionOf.Me posted a graph that shows how much HP printer ink costs compared to human blood, vodka, crude oil and other precious liquids.

Lets skip the obvious intentions and instead curry the most outlandish counterarguments possible. As a FORMER inkjet user, I CLEARLY understood the point of this graph: Print 40-80 pages, spend $45 on a new inkjet cartridge (HP closed the refill market). That is why I bought a monochrome laser printer. Yeah, toner is 3 times the price of the inkjet cartridge, but I get 10-20 times the amount of printed pages. Cost effectiveness.


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