After years of swearing you didn’t need a printer at home, well, here you are. Now that everyone’s been officing-in-place for going on a year, sometimes you just need to print something out. But, based on my own history (and corroborated by many of my peers), the one thing almost every printer has in common is that sooner or later, you pretty much want to throw it out of a window. Usually sooner.
But there must be some ground rules for finding a good printer that is less aggravating to use than a health insurance website. I did a deep dive into features, prices and potential problems, and…
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