G&G Releases Patented Ink Bottles for Canon Printers
According to G&G, the newly released patented replacement ink bottles for Canon GI-53/GI-56 series.
G&G claims that the new releases feature a patented spout design that ensures zero ink leakage. In addition, G&G claims that the new replacement ink bottles can provide easy smooth ink refilling, with no need to squeeze. Therefore, users don’t get their hands dirty.
Utilizing six Gloria dye-based inks with wide color gamut, the GI-53/43/23/73 ink bottle series is said to be able to produce vibrant images. The GI-56/46/26/76/36/66 ink bottle series use Everbrite pigment-based inks which bring waterproof, smudge-resistant prints.
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In April 2021, Canon released PIXMA G550/G650 series photo printers in Europe using six refillable dye-based ink tanks that Canon says “offer simplicity, versatility and brilliant print quality”. In May, aiming at the business printing market, Canon released the “ever-dependable, cost-conscious, high volume refillable” MAXIFY GX6050/GX7050 series printers.
Previously, G&G released patented toner cartridges are for use in Xerox 6022 & 6510 series printers.
G&G claimed that the new releases come up with patented inside structure design and appearance design. The new patented toner cartridges are said to be 100% compatible with printers, delivering stable and outstanding printing performance.
In 2015, targeting at the home office and small office, Xerox introduced Phaser 6022 series A4 color printers featuring up to 18 ppm. Dell 1250 series devices employ the same engines that are used in Xerox Phaser 6022 series. In 2016, Xerox released Phaser 6510 series A4 color printers for small and medium sized working groups. With up to 30 ppm, the monthly volume of this series can reach 5,000 pages. Xerox Phaser 6510 series also share the engines with Dell S2825 series devices.
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