Printers With Low-cost Ink Refills 2020
Multifunction inkjet printer with low-cost ink refills. I use E-Z Ink Glenn
MFC-J805DW 12ppm, 1,8″ color display, Duplex, Wireless, Up to 1-Year of Ink In-box Staples $159.99
Brother Monochrome Laser HL-L2350DW $119.99 32ppm, Duplex, Wireless
Brother Color Laser HL-L3270 CDW $249.99 25ppm, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB, Duplex Printing
Note: I recommend you download and use the Full Driver & Software Package from the Downloads page.
All are wireless and have Cloud Services GOOGLE DRIVE™, DROPBOX, BOX, ONEDRIVE®, ONENOTE®, and Brother Cloud Apps
- E-Z Ink (TM) Compatible Ink Cartridge Replacement for Brother LC3013 LC-3013 for use with Brother MFC-J491DW MFC-J895DW MFC-J690DW (5 Pack with The Latest Upgraded Chips) 3 Color and 2 Black $24.49 (Buying Bother ink would cost $81.47).
- Miss Deer Upgraded LC3033 Ink Cartridges, Replacement for Brother LC3033XXL LC3033 LC3035XXL LC3035 Work for Brother MFC-J995DW MFC-J805DW MFC-J815DW (1Black, 1Cyan, 1Magenta, 1Yellow) 4 Pack $27.89 (Buying Bother ink would cost $106.12 )
- Brother MFC-J895DW Review
- Brother INKvestment MFC-J805DW Review
- Brother Color Laser HL-L3270 CDW Review
Brother Printer Chromebook wireless setup video
Should You Buy a Dash Cam? – By Suzanne Humphries reviewgeek.com
When you hear the phrase “dash cam,” it’s easy to think of those ridiculous dash cam videos recorded by Russian drivers, but they have far more functionality than catching crazy events that happen out on the road. We decided to look at the pros and cons of having a dash cam, and give you our recommendation.
How to view location history in Google Maps – By Divyang Makwana mobigyaan.com
The Google Maps location history feature lets you view where and which places you have traveled. Google Maps provides a timeline of your visited places in a calendar view which can be helpful if you want to track your location history. Whether you want to check out the place you have visited a few days back or want to see the total commute during the day, the Google Maps location history will come handy. Here’s how you view location history in a timeline in Google Maps.
How to use Google Photos in 2020 – By 6 Months Later Reviews youtube.com
Google Photos – what it is, how to use it, the core features, some common scenarios for using it, a deep dive into shared albums and how to use them with Google Assistant Displays
How to Broadcast Messages on Google Assistant Speakers and Displays – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
If you have a number of Google Home or Nest speakers and Smart Displays scattered around your house, why not put them to use as a broadcasting system? That’s exactly what you can do with the Google Assistant.
How to Type Emails Faster in Gmail – By Shubham Agarwal howtogeek.com
Most of us always have a pile of emails we’ve procrastinated about answering. After all, there are only so many you can read and send in a day. Thankfully, Gmail offers a range of tools that can lend a hand when you’re composing emails.
USB Type A Connector: Everything You Need to Know – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
USB comes in many shapes and sizes, but USB Type-A connectors are the most common type. They’re rectangular in shape and have been in wide use for decades. In the official USB specification, USB-A is known as “Standard-A.”
How to Find Files You Downloaded on Android – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
It can be frustrating to not be able to find your downloaded files. This can happen on Android devices, too, which have file systems like any other operating system. Here’s how to find downloaded files on Android.
OLED vs. QLED, and More: Which TV Should You Buy? – By Tim Brookes howtogeek.com
Want a new TV, but confused by the barrage of acronyms and jargon manufacturers love? One of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make is whether you want a traditional light-emitting diode (LED) model, or a set that features the newer organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology.
20 Chrome Browser Settings You Should Change! 2020 – By TechGumbo youtube.com
These are the 20 Google Chrome settings you should change… The Google Chrome browser with a 65% market share is the most popular internet browser. While it’s user friendly, there are tweaks you can do to make it work better for you.
Plastic Phones Are the Best Phones—Here’s Why – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com
Plastic’s got a bad rap. We fool ourselves into thinking that plastic phones are cheap and ugly, but they’re just as good as a glass-backed and aluminum devices. In fact, you might prefer a lightweight and durable plastic phone over the greasy glass sandwich that’s weighing down your pocket.
How to send Google Maps directions to your Android phone – By Tyler Lee phandroid.com
Google Maps is available on multiple platforms such as the PC and mobile. The upside to looking at Google Maps on the PC is that obviously you’d have a much bigger screen so that you can see surrounding areas for better context, but then again, it’s not like you’d be able to bring your PC with you on your drive.
HP x360 Chromebook 14c Review – New for 2020 – 14C-CA0053DX – By Lon.TV youtube.com VIDEO
The HP x360 Chromebook 14c is the latest generation of their mid-range Chromebook. This one performs nicely with the i3 processor.
Password Managers: How to avoid a guessable password – By Sujata Choudhury officenewz.com
Over the last few months, the intensity of cyberattacks has increased manifold. Work from home has pushed many people to use their devices to connect to office systems. This has left office infrastructure vulnerable, leaving space for hackers to deploy malware. While this has increased the demand for antivirus suites and software, one area which often remains exposed is passwords. With multiplicity of accounts people tend to keep the same password over all services.
What Is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), And How Is It Different from 2FA? – By Anthony Heddings cloudsavvyit.com
Two Factor Authentication, or 2FA, has been around for a while. It usually refers to using an SMS code as an additional step for logging in to your account. However, the term has been being replaced by “Multi-Factor Authentication.” What’s the difference?
The YubiKey 5C NFC Can Unlock Your Phone, Tablet, Laptop, or Desktop – By Josh Hendrickson reviewgeek.com
Whether you’re on the go or working from home, locking your electronics is always a tricky balance of security and convenience. A device can either be totally secure or incredibly convenient to access, but not both. Yubico’s latest security key, the $55 YubiKey 5C NFC, might have the balance just right. It can unlock nearly any device with minimal effort.