Laser vs. Inkjet Printers: The Blurring Lines - 'Paper Curl with Plain Paper: Advantage: Laser'
Some printers have a tendency to add a curl to plain paper, making it difficult to shuffle through a stack of pages. Only a few lasers have this problem, and, even then, the curl is relatively mild. With inkjets, however, the problem is fairly common when printing full-page or nearly full-page graphics or photos on plain paper, often turning pages into virtual cylinders.
As both lasers and inkjets improve, each encroaching on what was once the other-