With the acquisition cost of inkjet printers standing at an all time low, it is easy to understand why many organisations are tempted to ignore their high running costs. For under £100, or even £50, you can start outputting high quality colour pages instantly, but there are several important differences between the two technologies that should be considered. Colour inkjets have a couple of key advantages, they are very cheap to acquire, technically easy to maintain (most inkjet cartridges are user replaceable, and there are no other consumables to worry about) and their print quality is unrivalled. If you need to print glossy, photographic images, a colour inkjet combined with good quality inkjet or photographic paper is really your only[…]