Everyone reading this might be quick to say that, yes, we’ve all got our printers standing by. But are they? Or are they standing idle? Could it be that their printers are broken and badly in need of a thorough printer service and repair assignment? Or could it be that there really is nothing wrong with these printers in the first place? Could it be then that it has now just become a tad more cumbersome, inconvenient and downright unnecessary to use these printers? So, what to do then?
And why have these printers become a hassle to work with? Why are many of the desktop printers either standing idle, collecting dust, or neglectfully relegated to the back of so many domestic garages? Could it also be that many folks have simply also found that it has become a little more expensive than previously projected. When they first started out, buying the printers were really no big deal, quite literally so. Many of you reading this now were able to purchase a reasonably good printer along with your desktop computer (with hard drive and software package included but still to be installed and activated) or laptop computer to which the printer could be attached.
But for many, setting up the DTP in the first place also turned out to be a hassle. One disconcerting aspect of being fooled into so-called package deals is that you were now saddled with junk. The printers you were given were encased in plastic and paper collection trays had to be handled with nimble fingers otherwise they would just simply fall apart. And then there was the messy issue of the ink. Ink always runs out and needs to be replaced, and it can be pretty expensive too.