Business Printers: The Case for Inkjets

By John P. Mello Jr. | Posted September 07, 2010

The color inkjet printer isn’t extinct in a business setting just yet…not by a long shot. If you're printing a hefty daily volume of text pages, then a laser printer makes perfect sense for your business. But there are plenty of business situations where it makes sense to use an inkjet printer instead of a laser.

You might also be surprised to learn that office-class inkjet printers are faster and more economical than ever before, and that it's easier to accurately compare the cost-per-page for consumables. The shopping guide published by our sister site -- HardwareCentral.com -- has all the details.


If you're running a workgroup, small enterprise or home office and considering printers for your business, you might exclude inkjet printers from your deliberations. That's because it's easy to be blinded by the cult of the laser printer.

Don't misunderstand -- for heavy-duty office work, an industrial-strength laser is an undeniable asset. But certain types of people -- graphics pros and desktop publishers, for instance -- may find an inkjet printer more useful than a hulking laser.

Read the complete inkjet printer buyers' guide

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