The resolution of a laser printer is what determines the print quality. However the resolution is not always a final guarantee of quality. Two printers with identical quoted resolution may have varying print results. The print quality of a laser printer can also come down to other factors such as, build quality, engine type, toner compound type and component quality.
- Measured in DPI (Dots Per Inch)
- DPI is the amount of ink placed in a one inch line of print
- Quoted for both the horizontal and vertical (i.e. 300 x 600)
- The Higher the resolution, the better the quality