I'm fed up with home inkjet printers. We don't print often and, whenever we wanted to, we'd find the ink had dried up. It's not much of an exaggeration to say that we ended up buying a new set of cartridges every time we had a printing batch to do.
So I'd resolved to get a laser printer. But they're all huge and we have limited space. And mostly we print images and they need to be high quality - and I think I'm right in saying that laser printers are not ideal for this?
Now I'm in a quandary. There are so many printers, it's hard to find or search on their dimensions and after having so many bad experiences, I simply don't trust the manufacturers. I'd be willing to spend quite a lot of money - £300 or so - to get a printer I could rely on.
Here's what I need: - Can be relied on to work after 1-2 months without use - No more than 39cm deep - high print quality - (nice to have, not essential) paper casette, duplex
What printer can I trust?