Which Inkjet Printer should I buy?
Before you buy any printer we advise you to consider the following factors:
1，COST OF INK CARTRIDGES
Make sure that the cartridges used in the printer are easily obtained and do not cost too much.
See the guide to Ink Cartridges for further details of how to save on your ink cartridges.
The other most important factor is the Image Quality. The quality of the printed image depends on
the quality of the source image. Decide what you want your pictures for. A picture that will be look
at closely needs high resolution. A picture that will be hung on a wall does not need to be so sharp.
Resolution is measured in dots per inch (DPI), which are how many individual dots a printer can print
next to each other on a line one inch long. This is, however just one of the factors that decides how
good an inkjet or Laser printers output is. Most printer manufacturers today employ many picture
enhancement techniques and offer "photo-cartridges" with more colours of ink to improve print quality. Epson has a series of printers that print
at a very high 5760 dpi, but be aware that printing at such a resolution can be a very slow process
and that you will want to use expensive high quality paper to get the most out of such printer. It's
also important not to ignore other factors of a printer usability, such as speed, build quality, noise
level and running costs.
The speed of a printer is given in pages per minute or sometimes for slow colour printers, minutes
per page. Take the numbers advertised by the manufacturers with a pinch of salt as they are invariably
measured with the printer printing at a low resolution and thus don't show how fast it is at printing at
4，INKJET PRINTER COMPARISON
Hewlett Packard has the best reputation for quality but are usually expensive to maintain. Epson printers
provide the ultimate in print quality at a good price. There is however some doubt about quality. But Kelipu
could offer you a good quality and best price.Kelipu Has being this lines for about 10years.All our products
win a good reputation both at home and abroad.Kelipu always stick to excellent warranty service and continuously
improving technology. In case to satisfied customers needs.If it's high quality output you want at an economic price, this is it.
No matter which brand of inkjet printer you go for, we would recommend that you don't buy the cheapest model in the range - moving up to the second cheapest often brings very worthwhile improvements. Don't buy the latest newest model either.
The chances are that there will not be any cheap cartridges available for it for several months. Beware of "Bargains". Recently
printers are being sold at prices that are the same as (or less than) the cost of the cartridges they contain.