Print resolution refers to the dots per inch (dpi) that toner is applied to paper. Higher dots per inch indicate higher quality, more clarity, and a finer print resolution. All photo printers have a pre-set resolution they print best at. Too much resolution may take a longer time to print. Assigning too little of a print resolution and your prints may look jagged or grainy.
The quality of print; the level of detail achieved by a printer. Measured in dpi (dots per inch), typical capabilities are 200 dpi for a thermal transfer printer and 300 dpi for a laser printer. It is particularly critical in barcode printing.
The number of dots per square inch (dpi) used to produce an image in printing or on a computer display. The higher the resolution, the better the image quality.