Sunday, 28 March 2021

Inkjet Printer

What is Inkjet Printer?

An inkjet printer is a output device. It refers to a type of printer where the printer sprays tiny droplets of ink onto the media. These ink droplet are slightly electrical charge. The ink droplet place on the media is then determine by the charge of a cathode and electrode between which the ink moves towards the media. Inkjet printers can produce both color and black-and-white printing. They offer printing speed of 2-4 ppm and resolution of 300-600 dpi. Inkjet printers are inexpensive, have low operating cost and produce high-quality printouts because of this inkjet printers are the most widely used consumer printers. The advantages and disadvantages are given below.

Advantages

  • Its Prints a high resolution and photographic quality.
  • It estimation cost is low per page.
  • Its practically has no warm-up time and printing speed is very high

Disadvantages

  • Ink Cartridges contains a microchip that is use to communicate the estimated ink level of the printer this may cause the printer to display an error message.
  • The Ink cartridges cost is high and refilling them have addressed by third-party ink supplies.
  • Due to third party ink supplies, we are not able to apply for a warranty on a printer.
Inkjet Printer


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