The results of a comparison between an inkjet and laser printer will depend on what it is you print, the speed and quality you require and budget. Inkjet printers are the most common type of office printer, being relatively cheap, reliable and compact whilst offering good quality printing, especially in colour. Laser printers are more expensive but have an unbeatable print speed and produce much sharper images and better resolution printing. Therefore, they are particularly suitable for large scale and high volume printing and businesses that require a professional print finish. Compared to laser printers inkjet devices are a more common form of office printing machine. They are usually relatively small and inexpensive to buy, and are refilled using colour and black and white ink cartridges.
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