I'm a fan of your reviews on your website and your constant desire, to help, not only your customer base but anyone in general, who appears to have a ligament compliment, in regard to consumer ethics and or problems, experienced with manufacturer's, within the ink, print, office machinery consumable's, supply and demand, global enterprise.
Everybody wants to save money no matter what it's with, printer ink is no exception. I have personally written many articles on this very subject however I would like to share a completely different perspective on the matter.As technology advances inkjet printers are printing at much higher resolutions than ever before. The way that they achieve these higher resolutions is by producing printheads with much finer nozzles.
Often when installing a printer cartridge your printer will tell you that it cannot be recognised by the printer. This is a very common problem with all of the various brands of printers and usually there is a solution. Epson printers are the ones that immediately spring to mind when you talk about cartridges not recognized however Brother, HP and even on the odd occasion Canon printers will give this same message.
The story which follows was emailed to me by one of my customers. He is a older gentleman who was a well known Lawyer so he isnt a fella to be messing with. The story is self explanatory and the stor in question was Harvey Normans.It highlights several things such as the lack of training and product knowledge most salesman have and also their misunderstanding of the consumers rights when it comes to warranty claims.
DO NOT under any circumstance pierce, remove or tamper with these. When you install the cartridges into the printer the printer itself will pierce these and cause a tight seal against the printer inlet valve.If you tamper with this seal then the printer may either not print correctly or else go into lock down as the printhead protection cuts in.
Out of all the ecommerce sites on the internet the printer cartridge store is propably the most complex design of all. Not only are the website requirements extreme but also the print consumables industry itself is perhaps the most competitive, cut throat business online today.So how does a company remain competitive in todays economy with rising costs, higher taxes and ridiculous energy costs? I guess the main way to survive is to cut overheads, provide excellent customer service and make sure that your product is the absolute best there is on the market.
Most people have heard of the terms Firmware and Software Updates if they have used a computer for any length of time but many wouldnt have a clue as to the difference between the two.Both software and firmware updates can cause huge headaches to those of us who rely on generic printer cartridges to save on our printing costs.
Looking for a cheap but reliable mono laser ( Black and white ) printer for you home, office or small business? The Brother HL L2305W could be the right choice for you.The current price for this robust little printer is around $95 - $100 and at this price it represents great value and it should provide several years of cheap and reliable printing.
The number of myths floating around about printer cartridges is nothing short of amazing. I cannot believe the rubbish that people come out with and it's often fuelled by the retailers of brand name products.Of course the large OEM brand name companies want you to buy their over inflated products and what better way is there to achieve this than by rubbishing the aftermarket products. Lets take a look at the most common myths about printer cartridges.
Inkjet printers are a fantastic invention however they can be problematic if they are not used regularly or correctly. Most users will automatically blame the ink cartridge if there's a printing defect however the truth is that it is almost never the cartridge at fault.Let's take a detailed look at the inkjet printhead and discuss the causes of printhead clogging and the cleaning solutions. We will also discuss ways in which you can prevent your printhead from clogging in the first place.