there are two styles of printers. One puts the ink nozzle in the printer and one puts the nozzle in the cartridge.
If you do a lot of printing, the nozzle in the printer nets you cheaper cartridges.
BUT, if you don't do a lot of printing, that nozzle will clog from lack of use, and you need to clean the nozzle or replace the printer. Some nozzles are relatively easy to clean, many are not and you waste money
If you are not doing printing on a regular basis buy a printer that has the nozzle in the cartridge. When it clogs, you replace the cartridge, not the whole printer. Most, if not all, HP printers are cartridge nozzles. I had a great Epson printer...when it worked. But nozzle cleaning
was fruitless and the printer ended up in the trash.
Not sure about Canon or Kodak nozzles...