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Printer prices are relatively cheap today. You can pick up an ink jet printer for around $50 in your local store.
It seems that the printer companies are just giving printers away with some of the low prices available.
That is their plan!
A printer company will sell a printer below their manufacturing cost because they know the real money is in the ink replacement.
An average 10 ml ink jet cartridge in the store costs about $18, coming out to be 55 cent per ml.
An interesting comparison to put this cost in perspective is what the Red Cross charges for blood.
Currently they charge about $200 for 500 ml of blood, coming out to 40 cents per ml.
So bottom line.. ink is just too expensive.
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