Better is to get a B&W laser printer--fine text result, most of the time you don't need color, and toner never clogs up like ink does between uses. You get thousands of pages from a cartridge for less than $80 vs a few dozen from ink.
I have a Brother MFC-8480DN, an HP P1005 and a Konica Minolta Page Pro 1400W, all are fine B&W laser printers. The HP was a very cheap one, since it has no internal computer hardware. All printing setup is done in your computer. Much the same for the KM. The Brother has 4 functions, which are great.