Ever since my old HP inkjet started to break down from age, I was thinking about replacing it with a color laser/LED printer instead, and I’m very happy I made that decision. Here are a few reasons why:
The main advantage of laser/LED printers is their speed: they’re (usually) faster than inkjet printers.
Since ink is a liquid which seeps into the paper, the edges of text printed on an inkjet printer will be somewhat less defined than those of a laser printout.
A color laser/LED printer can initially be more pricey upfront, but the cost per page is usually lower than that of an inkjet, because toner cartridges usually have a higher page yield.
Won’t dry up and clog
This was the main reason I switched to an LED printer. Compared to ink, toner is solid/dry, meaning there’s no printhead-clogging liquid.
Higher page yield
Toner cartridges usually have a substantially higher page yield than their inkjet printer counterparts.