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What is the diference between the inkjet printer and laserjet printer

Asked by r viswanathan, 05 Sep '10 11:30 am
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One of the difference between an inkjet and laser printer:
1. Inkjet printers make use of liquid ink while laser jet utilizes powdered toner.
Answered by Belinda Crom, 01 Oct '10 11:20 am

 
  
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Zamin aur assman................gadhe
Answered by nikhil shukla, 13 Sep '10 09:58 pm

 
  
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Inkjets ink is very costly, laser printer's ink is easily replenished at very cheap rate. If you want a quality but price does not matter go for inkjet. Refill of ink costs about 2000 laser refill 150 to 300
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 09 Sep '10 01:13 am

 
  
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Different technology used printers
Answered by sudesh, 05 Sep '10 12:15 pm

 
  
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They use different tech and different ink
Answered by RSehgal, 05 Sep '10 11:50 am

 
  
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The differences between a laser and an inkjet printer are generally categorised into a few broad segments, namely, cost (initial and maintenance), speed, quality, space and networking facilities. It is also essential to understand the technology behind the manufacturing of the laser toners and ink cartridges as this is a major contributing factor towards the cost.

Difference in Technology & Networking Facilities between Inkjet and Laser Printers

The technology used for inkjet cartridges is simpler and the parts are less expensive than the laser toners. The black inkjet cartridge has only black ink. The color inkjet printer contains two main ink cartridges, for black and other primary colors respectively. The primary colors are then divided into three compartments for cyan, magenta and yellow ink. The primary colors are consequently mixed to produce all other colors. The cartridge contains a reservoir which has compartments with metal plates and a number of tiny nozzles on the pri ...more
Answered by vidya sagar, 05 Sep '10 11:43 am

 
  
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