Ok, here's a question that's just the opposite of the high-tech,
mega-speed, and bells-and-whistle printer questions that are sometimes
the interest of our listserv. But what about a SIMPLE printer. One that
a non-computer-oriented person can operate? I'm replacing an HP
deskjet895C, which is 4 yrs old. It's not for my type of office work,
but the home computer, but I'd like it to be a reliable one. Many
printers have so many features for photosmart, bluetooth, and high
speed, that I think the simpler the better. Some I've investigated use
6 ink cartridges, too. I think that the new cartridges have the nozzle
replacements in them as well, which is a good idea, but that's a load
of money to replace all of them.
I know sometimes the cheaper the printer, the more expensive the ink
replacement. Been there - done that. But surely there is some way to
compromise. My mind is a blur with all the tech sheets.
It will operate a Mac OS 10, USB connection, color inkjet is fine.
Do they even make them simple any more? Any advice?
Very much appreciated.
Linda M. Feltner Studio, LLC.
P.O. Box 325
Hereford, AZ 85615