These days, inkjet printers get so much attention. With all of the fancy features and neat photo printing and scanning capabilities that fit in perfectly to so many homes with families or 20-something lovebirds, it is easy to understand why inkjet printers are the most popular type of printing apparatus in the world. However, laser printers have perks that seem to be overlooked often, probably because they are designed to appease business needs more so than personal.
It’s like two people, such as HP and Canon, made babies. Some of those babies were complex, detail-oriented and full of ink, like Canon CLI-221M ink, but the others were loaded with toner and prided themselves on being fast and efficient. While the ink kids would become popular and always be invited into everybody’s homes and lives, the toner kids always excelled in an office environment. People would rave about how wonderful and sharp those little inks were and always seem to neglect the toners. But important business owners took notice and were willing to pay a lot of money to have the toner working for them.
The toner people, or laser printers, were just simply built to increase productivity in an office environment. They may not be able to provide vivid and details photos or support multiple creative media options like iron-on transfers to make your own shirts or greeting cards to make your own Christmas cards, but the toner, like HP Q2613X toner, sure does provide professional and legible text documents.
Every office deserves a high-quality laser printer. They have trays, like arms, strong enough to hold hundreds of pieces of paper. They have toner, like HP Q2673A toner that flows smoothly and polishes of various types of documents perfectly. And they have an engine that is a workhorse and prints out sometimes as many as 50 pages per minute, which is almost a page per second. No stinking inkjet can do that!