I've never thought so, but Epson has been pushing its "laser-like" technologies for years. I guess the appeal is mainly cost? Here's a network-ready Epson color multifunction for $320. Compare that to this HP color LaserJet multifunction that I reviewed a few years ago. It costs just under $440, and it's also quite a bit larger.
But it also produces smudge-free laser printouts. (It's fair to assume, I think, that some judges will want to use a highlighter on your briefs). And the total cost of ownership is almost certainly lower.
Do you think inkjets can produce acceptable legal documents? Are they worth it, given the almost-certainly-higher total cost of ownership vs. laser printers?
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