Ars Technica have an article about something I have long suspected, inkjet printers are filthy, lying thieves!
The article quotes figures from an Epson sponsored study (!) which show that inkjt printers regularly report that they are out of ink when there can be as much as 60% of the ink left in the cartridge.
Not surprisingly Epson printers came out of the study best with figures of 20% of ink remaining when the cartridge reports empty.
The really annoying thing about this is that all the manufacturers are aware of it but they do nothing to fix it. If a cartridge reports as empty, the printer will cease to print, even if there is plenty of ink left.
Does anyone know, is there a way to get around this (apart from buying a laser printer)?