Think in black and white is an usual brain error. It's called "Polarized thought" and it's a kind of "Cognitive distortion".
It may be difficult to change but I don't want to be wrong.
Imagine that in the music shop are available a fantastic drum kit and a fantastic cymbals set. Both worth buy and both have the same prize, but you only can choose one.
Now, imagine you get both.
Fake. You have to use EPSON printers with low quality option enabled unless you want to go to buy cartridges 40 times per month. Also if you are Bill Gates or if you have a ink factory behind your bed, you can afford to enable photographic quality option BUUUTT you have to BUY EPSON photopaper (I'd call it "EPSON toiletpaper"), because if not, a big shit will be printed by your dear machine. HP have a normal quality when you activate NORMAL quality, this in EPSON world mean "fucking low quality".
A bitch woman from customer support told me about this. This is a fucking shit. Each time you switch on your printer you are loosing ink. Why? Umm. [censured]. This way, if you are a lazy boy and are bored you only have to turn on and off the printer around 10 times and your ink will finished like drugs in a party. I've never heard about this in HP.
Don't waste your time, EPSON will use always every cartridge. HP doesn't do it.
I read in a magazine EPSON genuine cartridges let you print about 250 pages each one. I think the guy who writes that was smoking joints in that moment. I feel veery lucky if my B/W cartridge, with low quality enabled, can print 60 pages.
If you open a EPSON cartridge after be rejected by the printer you will 48 litres of ink wasted. What do EPSON I do with the ink? Should I sniff it?
A stone is cheaper and useful than a fucking EPSON cartridge.
Shit, fucking lie. I think EPSON want to you go to the shop 3 times per day to buy cartridges and take advantage to be fit walking. There are 2 possible ways.
Oh! Perfect! You only have to go to the shop and spend the money with which you'd be able to buy one and a half of other mark.
Great! You won't realise that the money you spend and you also enjoy going to the shop to buy twice more than normal.