Printer Types: What Are Your Options?
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You may have heard the term before, but what exactly is an aftermarket cartridge? In this article we give a easy to understand explanation of the different types as well as breaking down some of the common myths.
From losing money of low-yield versions to buying the wrong cartridge (it happens more often than you think), in this article we look as the most common issues and how you can avoid them when buying your ink + toner.
The cost of the genuine brand cartridges continues to rise, but why? We take a look at some of the biggest disparities when it comes to original cartridges.
What exactly is a high yield cartridge? You've probably heard the name before, and in this article explain just what it is and how it can save you a bundle on your printing costs.
Aftermarket Vs Original: let's take a look at some of the common myths...
Date Posted: 14 November 2022
Tossing up between inkjet and laser, or just want to know what the difference is? In this article we break down the pros and cons between the two printer types.
Learn how to switch off the auto-updates on your HP printer, and stop them from locking you into buying their expensive genuine cartridges.
Auto-updates can cause havoc with your cartridges, so what are they and how do you switch them off?
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