Ink vs. Toner

Toner and ink are both used in printing, but they are different in several ways:

1) Composition: Toner is a powder made of plastic particles and pigment, while ink is a liquid that contains dye or pigment particles suspended in a solvent.

2) Application: Toner is used in laser printers and photocopiers, where it is melted onto the paper by a heat source. Ink is used in inkjet printers, where it is sprayed onto the paper in tiny droplets.

3) Durability: Toner is more durable than ink and is better suited for printing documents that will be subjected to frequent handling or exposure to moisture. Ink is more prone to smudging and fading over time.

4) Cost: Toner cartridges are generally more expensive than ink cartridges, but they last longer and can print more pages.

In summary, toner and ink are both used for printing, but they differ in their composition, application, durability, and cost.

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