As for "Neverstop" printers - what happens when they run out of ink? End up in landfill?
I bought my last HP (and Epson - they're just as bad) printer about 20 years ago. Since then, I've not touched them - they're shite. Actually, in my experience, Epson were marginally worse.
A Brother (or similar) laser printer is FAR more reliable (mine's been running for donkey's) and costs much less over time.