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Black Toner and Components for HP, Samsung and Ricoh Printers Launched

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UniNet,X-Generation,black toner,componentsUniNet has introduced a series of toner and components for use in HP, Samsung and Ricoh printers.

According to UniNet, it has launched X Generation® Black Toner & components for use in HP Laserjet Pro M 12, HP MFP M 26, Samsung MultiXpress SL-M 5370, Samsung 4370 MFP, Ricoh Aficio SP 5310, Ricoh 5300, Ricoh MP 601 and Ricoh 501 SPF monochrome printer series.

The printing yields of the black toner cartridge used in above-mentioned HP, Samsung and Ricoh printers are 1,000 pages, 30,000 pages and 25,000 pages respectively.

UniNet also reveals that it can provide product solutions to serve the needs of remanufacturers of cartridges in above-mentioned printers.

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      • A. Yes, millions of mobile workers around the world are looking for printers in easy-to-find locations to print from their mobile devices; (20%, 2 Votes)
      • B. Yes, there are more mobile printing apps which encourage users to print from their phones; (20%, 2 Votes)
      • C. Yes, many shopping malls, restaurants, travel lounges and print shops will want to add a printer to attract and better serve their customers; (20%, 2 Votes)
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      • D. Yes, it will transform the Aftermarket’s focus to providing service; (10%, 1 Votes)
      • F. No, more than 90% of the public do not know how to print from their mobile devices to a nearby printer. The idea will never take off; (10%, 1 Votes)
      • E. No, there are too many security issues with printers to make this work; (0%, 0 Votes)
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