Ok, my new printer is a nice one. It’s an all-in-one and does everything but serve my lunch. It is a wonder of modern technology… so why do I hate it?
- I have determined that there are some areas where I am exceedingly simple.
- I discovered recently that printing is one of those areas.
- I don’t want any more wiz-bang in my technology than I can properly appreciate — and not a whit less, either.
I love the networking/wireless feature. That’s way cool! But other than that…
I think that the rub here is paying all that extra money for the fancy printer and the expensive multi-part inks all to end up not being able to print a single sheet of black and white text simply, quickly and in a fashion that if it gets a little damp — it won’t run in rivers, which leaves my text MIA.
(What’s with the sounding like a plane on the tarmac revving engines for a full two minutes before the first sheet of printed material finally emerges? I’m an instant gratification gal — I don’t like that.)
So, while I love most of my technology, I long for a compact, inexpensive LASER printer that can meet my needs economically and simply without all the noise, expense and hubbub.
Seriously, is that too much to ask?