2013.07.21 Consumer Reports Printer Ink

Printer Ink, The Most Expensive Liquid You Buy

A recent article in Consumer Reports highlights how expensive printer ink is and how much ink is never used or wasted.  Ink costs $13 to $75 per once.   That would be $9,600 a gallon.  For the same price, you could get 2,652 gallons of gasoline or 2,791 gallons of milk.

Check out the informative article and video here: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2013/08/the-high-cost-of-wasted-printer-ink/index.htm#graphic.

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