Dvorak also doesn't buy the complaints about clone ink cartridges on the Internet: "I am convinced that many of the rumors about head-clogging attributed to clone ink are planted in the forums to confuse people trying to do research on the Internet. You simply cannot find an honest forum. And when you consider the fact that the big print shops buy special feeding mechanisms that feed huge bottles of bulk clone ink into their printers, you have to wonder how much accurate information we can even find about this. These 'professionals' have zero problem using this stuff by the gallons."
Many of the comments on his article complained about clogged clone ink cartridges.
- Sugar House streetcar prepares for public launch
- Fast-food strikes return amid push for wage...
- Walmart's 20 best-selling Black Friday items
- At 50, new-look Mustang still has plenty of...
- 4 charged in year-long copper thefts at Utah...
- Google taking steps toward robot creation
- Chamber of Commerce ads to run in Idaho, West...
- DeseretNews.com reaches page view milestone;...
- Fast-food strikes return amid push for... 25
- Obama declares health care law is... 21
- Intermountain Healthcare offering... 15
- Start thinking about retirement while... 7
- Obama to feds: Boost renewable power 20... 6
- Amazon's latest idea may make online... 6
- Walmart's 20 best-selling Black Friday... 5
- About Utah: A cheesy way to save the farm 4