There are two basic types of inkjet printer ink: dye-based and pigmented. The correct ink must be used with the correct printer, otherwise the printer could be damaged. Third-party inks are also available, though best results are generally obtained with the manufacturer's own brand. Dye-sub printers, meanwhile, earn their place in the market for simplicity and convenience, but they aren't as versatile as inkjet printers. Unlike with inkjet printers though, there's no ambiguity about the cost per print, with dye-sub print cartridges usually coming with a matching pack of paper.

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