I have an old inkjet printer from 1991 that still 100% works (Kodak Diconix 180si), HP still even makes the ink cartridge for it. The Kodak Diconix 180si is basically a portable version of the HP QuietJet or HP ThinkJet printer from the 80's. The maximum resolution the Kodak Diconix can do is 192 x 192 dpi , which is identical resolution that the HP QuietJet can do also.
I was comparing the resolution of this printer to something like a modern letter quality dot matrix impact printer, like for example the Epson LQ-590 or Epson LQ-590II, which from the specifications have a max DPI of 240 x 180.
So what DPI resolution is technically better: 192 x 192 or 240 x 180?
I know that the horizontal DPI of the Kodak printer (192 dpi) is better than the horizontal DPI of the Epson printer (180 dpi), but also the vertical DPI of the Epson printer (240 dpi) is better than the horizontal DPI of the Kodak printer (192 dpi).