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- The print speeds of the 123.hp.com/envy5530 may vary according to the complexity of the document.
- The drop-on-demand thermal inkjet method is used which is categorized into inkjet printing technology where the print head ejects the drop only when it is needed. Within the printhead, the drops are formed by the creation of a pressure pulse. Thermal and piezoelectric are the two classifications within DOD to create the pressure pulse.
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