HP's NEW VARIABLE SIZE DROPLETS FOR INK CARTRIDGES

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HP's NEW VARIABLE SIZE DROPLETS FOR INK CARTRIDGES

 user 2008-06-19 at 11:24:51 am Views: 55
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    HP introduces variable size droplets for quality printing
    New cartridge technology can produce ink droplets in two different sizes
    HP
    unveiled its new cartridge technology that can produce ink droplets in
    two different sizes. Apart from the usual five pico-liter (the volume
    of ink contained in a droplet), a 1.3 pico-liter droplet is also
    available for obtaining smooth colour gradations that is an important
    factor in photo printing. This eliminates the need for users to use a
    special photo cartridge for printing images.When smooth gradation is
    required, the DDV (Dual Drop Volume) technology kicks in, thus enabling
    a single cartridge to do both — everyday printing as well as photo
    printing. The new tri-colour HP ink cartridges, the HP60/HP901 (for
    home and office printers respectively) series have this DDV feature and
    are compatible with common HP printers like the F4280, F4288,
    etc.According to HP, for users looking at printing photos at home, even
    a normal entry level three ink printer (dedicated photo printers can
    use up to six inks) can produce better quality results with the new
    cartridges than with earlier ones that produced only a single size
    droplet. The HP 60 Vivera inks, when used on Advanced Photo Paper are
    also claimed to be water resistant and instant drying.