Inkjet printers have been around for a while now, but the popularity of digital cameras has made them almost a requirement for a modern home PC set up. However, there's a growing feeling among inkjet printer owners that while printers themselves are cheap, the prices of inkjet cartridges are kept artificially elevated. Is there any truth to this belief? After taking a look at the numbers, I think that there is. But the problem goes way beyond genuine cartridges.
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Interesting question in from a reader:"Do you think that we'll ever see technology give "Star Trek" stuff such as the ability to "beam" things, "replicators" and "holodecks"?
I remember a time when my printer was one of my hardest working gadgets, firing off reams of paper in the course of a year. Now my printer spends most of its time sitting on the desk next to me, silent, it's little green LED eye staring at me.