I don't know a site dedicated to comparing printers. That said, you can do some research and figure it out. the cost of ink is sensitive to the size of carts the printer can accommodate, so if this worries you, buy a printer that can take larger carts - normally means going to a 17 inch carriage instead of 13". Once you get into a decent-sized cartridge, the cost of the ink is the lowest share of total printing cost. Paper, and how much of it you waste, is usually a much more important factor, as is depreciation on the printer itself. I've written a fair bit about printing cost on this website. Reviewing that stuff will give you an idea of how to approach calculating the trade-offs. I would definitely not chose between printer brands depending on differential ink cost between them. The DIFFERENCES are likely to be minimal and there are far more important factors to consider. I'm assuming you are not in a large scale production environment where saving pennies multiplied by large volumes ends-up making a difference to the bottom line.