Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Printer, ink, and fingers

The story of the day is rather simple:

When you see this printer


Using this kind of ink


You going to get this kind of fingers


And... don't really want to explain why (due to laziness and curses of the final exams), just mark my word: Avoid getting a printer with those kind of ink!

7 comments:

ccw said...

wah! izit u sendiri dun hav technique to refill da ink wor haha...

CANON may sue u wor :P

Lion said...

i din say dun get cannon @_@ in fact this ink what brand oso got one, I'm against d ink only, not d brand :p

Encik Azrin Yang Garang said...

he he he he.. over hear everything is original, no pirate pirate one. everything is expensive. gila la. now really hve to think twice before printing. i need to ask my sister to ship some of the pirated ink lor...
adoiiii...
anyway, good luck for micro P. bring me good news okeh. count on you.

Kevin said...

Hi Lion,

People say "You pay for what you get, and you get what you pay for" - so believe in buying original inks. Cheaper or compatible inks also does that job, but it will hurt your printer, and perhaps your pocket too :)

This is a general advise.
Best wishes.

Lion said...

Azrin : omg microP was a disaster... 4 question in 2 hour, 30 min each question... but the explaination was all so complicated and need to draw so many diagram! Not enough time to do the paper :(

Kevil: hey thanks for dropping by, yeah... later I'm going back to the salesman to screw him up...

electronicfly said...

hahaha well, would you rather have dirty fingers for a day, or pay extra for the ink?

btw, is that continous flow thing really that good ah?

Lion said...

no!! the ink is plain nightmare... keep leaking... went really #$%@$$# with it...