Apexmic Releases New Compatible Chips
APEXMIC has launched the new replacement chips for the Kyocera TK3401/TK3410/3412 series.
According to Apex, the new release is OEM size, with flexible serial number switching. In addition, the new replacement chips are easy to install in recycled cartridges.
Kyocera launched two A4 monochrome printers, the ECOSYSPA4500x and ECOSYSPA6000x, in Japan in November 2022. These printers were later introduced in Europe, the U.S., and Australia, along with MFPs designed for workgroups and professional environments, which have low-cost and intelligent security features.
Apex Microelectronics Co., Ltd changed its name to “Geehy Microelectronics Inc.”, effective from September 21, 2022.
Apex claimed that the change is to meet the company’s strategy development as well as to better promote its business.
Starting September 21, Apex began to run all its business under Geehy, and meanwhile, Apex claimed that all the business relations and service promises remain unchanged. All the contracts, agreements, or other legal documents signed before Apex’s company name change will stay validated within its validity period. In addition, Apex’s trademark and website will still be used.
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