Part of the debate surrounding compatible consumables is about the quality of compatible products. Third part manufacturers defend the quality of their products vigorously. Independent testing on compatible ink shows little or no difference in quality between compatible and OEM products. However, many critics of compatible ink say the colors (especially yellow) on prints are not as bright as genuine ink, and that finished prints appear to be less glossy. Critics also say that color prints made with compatible ink are less durable than OEM ink and toners.
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