Epson Ink Jet Printers Cartridges for Artisan 730
Color options for Epson Artisan printer ink
Epson 98 ink and Epson 99 ink are available in six colors. This is unique, as most ink and toner cartridges only have four color options. Each cartridge has one color, which makes it easy to switch out only the colors needed as they run low. Besides the traditional black, cyan, magenta, and yellow, Epson 98 ink cartridges and 99 ink cartridges also come in light cyan and light magenta. These muted hues help create more true-to-life photos by achieving detailed highlights and obtaining the correct color scheme for light or pastel areas.
Epson 98 ink with Claria Hi-Definition Ink for bright, vivid prints
Epson 99 black ink cartridges and color, as well as Epson 98 black ink cartridges and color, contain ink designed for photography. Whether for family albums or prints of artwork to sell, Claria® Hi-Definition Ink has features to help the prints shine. Those features include:
- Ink dries fast to resist smudging
- Waster resistant so images won't bleed from moisture
- Fade resistant with a lifespan of up to 300 years
- Resistant to scratching, which eliminates unwanted lines
- Prints directly on CDs or DVDs with professional results
- Creates gradients for realistic skin tones and shadows
Epson 99 ink technology for high-quality prints
Both Epson 98 ink cartridges and Epson 99 ink cartridges contain special technology built right into them. SmartValve technology uses slight pressure to release an even flow of ink onto printer paper. This eliminates choppy or lined images. The Intellidge® chip inside the cartridge alerts the printer software on the computer when the level is low. For added quality, Epson ink cartridges are built in "clean rooms," which means no unwanted dust or other materials get inside the ink that could affect printing ability.
Recycling Epson Ink
Epson makes it easy for consumers to help protect the environment by allowing anyone to send unwanted or broken ink cartridges back to the manufacturer for recycling. They are then remade into other products or refurbished into new cartridges for inkjet printers.