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- August 21, 2007 at 1:35 pm #254259
If any body has any kids in elementary, middle school and/or high school … A printer is a must. The kids are required to do some homework and most projects from the computer. It is not always possible to print it anywhere other than home…Especially when a teen waits until the night before the due date to start working on it. So, although some people can get by with no printer, most can not.
wrote: Over the past few years, many big name companies have started using
microchips to monitor the
ink level left in a cartridge. That microchip
knows when the cartridge should be empty, and doesn’t recognize a
I do disagree with the “FORCED to buy a brand new very expensive
cartridge every time!” simply because people can get away without
printing stuff. We own a printer- which is still in the box, in the
closet, where it’s been since we were given it.
I don’t print things- and when I absolutely need something printed
(which is maybe once every other week), my husband prints it off for me.
It’s insane what people are willing to buy, because they think they
NEED it, as opposed to WANTING it. I know people do use printers for
work & school, but the average family uses it to print out stuff that
isn’t needed, but rather, wanted.
Technology isn’t needed. It’s wanted.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Herlean
> In my experience, many ink manufacturers do something to the
cartridges so you either can not refill the things at all; or if you
do, they don’t work nearly as well as they did to start with. It is
horrible! You are FORCED to buy a brand new very expensive cartridge
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