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Four-Color
This is the standard for inkjet printers. Typically, a four-color ink jet holds two ink cartridges—one with black ink and one with color inks (cyan, magenta, and yellow). Some hold four cartridges, with a different cartridge for each color, which is a better value in the long run. Having four separate cartridges means you don't have to throw out the unused ink cartridge just because you've used up another color.

Photo
Most four-color inkjets can print photos at almost true photographic quality. Photo inkjets are easy to use, have great media flexibility, and are affordable. This type of printer uses a jet-spray technique to combine four to six colors of ink. You can broaden the range of color combinations by having six-color ink cartridges, usually two tanks of ink are specifically for photo printing. The photographic output from most printers in this category is amazing - it is practically indistinguishable from film prints! The only downside of using a photo inkjet printer is that the cost per page is higher and the printing speed is slower.
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