July 25, 2008, Newsletter Issue #125: Saving Money On Toner Supplies With Separate Drums

Tip of the Week

If you’re looking to save money on the high cost of toner supplies, one way to do that is by getting a laser printer with separate drums. You can find some laser printer models that carry the drum and toner as a single unit. This arrangement is much easier to change, but makes a costlier choice because drums have to be replaced less often than toner supplies. Instead, look for a laser printer that carries separate components for the drum and toner to save money.

Look at it this way. If you decide to purchase a printer with separate drums, the drum might last through 20,000 pages of prints, while the toner will last through 4,000 pages of prints. In the long run, you’ll save money on toner supplies by not having to replace the drum component as frequently.

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