May 30, 2008, Newsletter Issue #117: Discerning Between Various Epson Ink Types

Tip of the Week

There are numerous Epson ink types out there to choose from. Depending on what type of printer you own or are contemplating purchasing, you’ll likely find one that will suit your needs. In case you’re trying to figure out which type of Epson ink type will work best for you, here’s the scoop.

DURABrite Ultra pigment – The DURABrite Ultra pigment series is for home office users and general consumers. If you’re looking for the ability to print everyday documents along with the option to do quality color photo printing, consider this Epson ink type for versatility.

Claria High Definition Ink – This is a long lasting ink that also provides a high level of photo quality.

Epson UltraChrome High Gloss – Commercial and amateur photographers might want to consider this Epson ink type, created primarily for photography and scrapbooking. The ink works well for glossy, as well as matte photos and delivers archival quality prints.

Epson UltraChrome K3 – For photography and pre-press proofing, the K3 works equally well for color photo printing and black and white printing.

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