Apex Launch New Replacement Chips for Epson

Apex Launch New Replacement Chips for Epson

Apex Launch New Replacement Chips for Epson

Apex Launch New Replacement Chips for EpsonChina-based Apex Microelectronics (Apex) has announced the release of a new replacement chip solution for Epson 405XL series.

The 405XL series consumables are used in Epson WF-3820DWF series, which were launched in August in Europe with high efficiency and stable performance.

According to Apex, its first-to-market solution comes up with consistent performance and is easy to install in recycled cartridges.

A spokesperson at Apex said, “We can help you seize market opportunities by providing you with the first-to-market replacement chips solution for Ricoh IM C530 series. You’re welcome to contact us and ask for product samples.”

On the same day, G&G—Apex’s sister company within the Ninestar Group—released the first-to-market ink cartridge solution for those wanting to sell the finished product to their customers.

Apex Launch New Replacement Chips for Epson

Previously, Apex launched first-to-market replacement chips for Ricoh IM C530F and IM C530FB.

The Ricoh IM C530F and IM C530FB have been shipped and are being sold into Europe and the United States. Ricoh claims these devices deliver brilliant color output at up to 55 pages per minute. The new series can digitize and share documents quickly with advanced scanning or paperless faxing, making the office more efficient.

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About Apex

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.


Apex has released a number of new chip solutions in the past six months, including:


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