Inkjet printers and photocopiers are affordable and compact, ideal for businesses that don’t have large volumes of printing but still require good quality images, especially in colour. They use liquid ink cartridges containing black, cyan, magenta and yellow ink, which are sprayed in different combinations to create a full range of colours. Because the ink is absorbed into the paper, inkjet copiers and printers produce long lasting copies and are particularly good for images and photographs. Inkjet copiers are versatile, their only disadvantages being their frequent need to change ink cartridges (which can be costly), slow print speeds and lower resolution black and white printing.
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