Apex Chips In for the New HP331A Toner Cartridge
China-based Apex Microelectronics (Apex) has released new replacement chips suitable for use in remanufactured or compatible HP W1331A toner cartridges.
The company claims that the first-to-market solution comes with consistent performance and is easy to install in remanufactured cartridges.
On the same day, Apex’s sister company G&G announced the availability of compatible monochrome toner cartridges that use the Apex chip.
HP launched the A4 monochrome laser printer 408dn series in Europe and the Americas in April 2020. The new devices are expected to replace the old Samsung MLT-D204 series. In May 2020, HP introduced its mono laser MFP 432fdn series printers. Both use a W1331A series cartridge. The printers are best suited for small and medium-sized enterprises. HP claims the new-released printers “help your business stay productive without negatively impacting budgets”.
Apex Microelectronics, headquartered in Zhuhai, China, claims to be the largest manufacturer and systematic solution provider of printer cartridge chips and printer controller SoC in the aftermarket. Apex offers inkjet and toner cartridge chips and cost-saving solutions for worldwide remanufacturers and distributors. The company welcomes requests for product samples.
More information on Apex’s range of chips is available on their website: www.apexmic.com.
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