I asked this question in another forum but got no awnsers, so I'm posting it under general HP printers.
I have just ordered a new Photosmart Pro B8330 dye printer. This will be the first HP printer I have owned. I have been told that this model has the facility to vary the amount of ink layed down in its software.
Could anyone explain to me in simple terms, what exactly this does, and maybe more importantly, When would you use it?
Also, eg, if you adjust to lay down less ink, would that cause the life span for the paper and ink ( WIR ) about 70 years , to be shortened etc.
Any info would be grately appreciated.