G&G Releases its Patented Solution for Kyocera rtmworld

G&G Releases its Patented Solution for Kyocera

G&G Releases its Patented Solution for Kyocera

G&G Releases its Patented Solution for Kyocera rtmworldMany printer OEMs have focused upon the business office and the MPS market. Kyocera is no exception. For this reason, a number of Chinese companies are diligently researching and developing aftermarket solutions for use in Kyocera devices.

In November 2019, Kyocera released its ECOSYS P3260dn series on monochrome printers with print speeds up to 62 ppm and a high yield toner cartridge that will last 40,000 pages. Kyocera claims this printer can meet the demands of the most fast-paced workgroup. The company claims “this printer is ideal for dynamic teams with substantial demand on productivity and software efficiency, but who also require low running costs.” It has double-sided print to help reduce the cost of printing.

Ninestar’s G&G supplies brand has researched and developed its own patented aftermarket solution as a replacement option for the Kyocera TK-3200 cartridge used in the Kyocera ECOSYS P3260dn series printers. G&G’s Media Specialist Ruby Wei has announced to RT Media on July 7, 2020, that the solutions are now available.

G&G Releases its Patented Solution for Kyocera rtmworld

According to Wei, G&G is committed to providing the best customer experience with its alternative solution which has:

  • a unique, patented structure design to ensure an OEM-like toner supply and low failure rate;
  • outstanding and consistent printing performance.

For more information, emails can be sent to info@ggimage.com.

For nearly two decades, Ninestar has invested extensively in abilities to quickly bring to market the industry’s technologically advanced products. Today, Ninestar claims its G&G-branded products are recognized around the world for their superior performance and reliability.



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