Coronavirus Blows Up in His Face – Berto’s cheap cartridges
Ever used a faulty printer cartridge, or tried to refill it yourself? The chances are you have had a mess of toner or ink all over you. It’s true that some aftermarket cartridges—the cheap ones—are made from inferior components and casings, or are not assembled carefully enough. The old adage that says, “you only get what you pay for,” is as true for printer cartridges as anything else in life.
Usually a genuine, OEM branded cartridge is the most expensive. OEMs will tell you that you get the “best” experience from their cartridges. This is not entirely true as there are many high quality, non-infringing remanufactured and new built compatible that are 20 to 30 percent cheaper that have good yield and print quality. If, however, the cartridges you are purchasing for your devices are more than 50 percent cheaper than the OEM you run the risk of a shorter life, poorer quality print outs.
When it comes to the coronavirus, there are many myths about the symptoms and the cures. It seems everything unusual is being blamed upon the virus—incidents that would have been shrugged off or ignored previously. Berto has had some fun with everything going on at this time. Enjoy.
Cartoon #84 Coronavirus Blows Up in His Face – Berto’s cheap cartridges
Last month’s Berto cartoon: Berto Dons a Face Mask to Beat Coronavirus and Toner Dust
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