G&G Replacement Toner Cartridges for Use in Kyocera Printers

G&G Replacement Toner Cartridges for Use in Kyocera Printers

G&G has researched and developed a practical, reliable, and affordable solution for those wanting replacement toner cartridges for the ECOSYS and TASKalfa series.


According to G&G, the replacement toner cartridges are for use in Kyocera ECOSYS PA3500/MA3500/PA4000/MA4000 and TASKalfa MA3500 series printers. The new release comes up with features such as:

  • Smart chip-enabled and precisely real-time toner level shown
  • World-class toner powders bring vivid and gorgeous outputs
  • MPS-compliant, high-productivity
  • Comply with RoHS, environment-friendly
  • Stable and outstanding printing performance


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For more information or order, please contact info@ggimage.com.


About the Printer

In July 2023, Kyocera introduced ECOSYS PA3500/MA3500/PA4000/MA4000 and TASKalfa MA3500 series A4 color printers. With rapid printing speeds up to 40 ppm, this powerful and reliable A4 lineup ensures excellent running costs for medium and large-sized work groups while complying to the newest environment standards.


Previously, G&G updated its MPS patented solutions for 16 different series of printers, mainly for the very popular Epson WorkForce Pro range of business inkjet printer models.

Managed Print Services (MPS) are a customized “one-stop solution” that meets users printing needs for various applications while achieving an “on-demand service.”

Those who manage MPS channels as a business, rely on the Internet to monitor the supply levels of consumables in their customers’ devices in real-time. At the same time, they can record the number of pages and analyze other print statistics.

MPS products rely on consumables data via cloud services that are secure, sustainable, efficient, and affordable. On the contrary, non-MPS products are not able to support and monitor the changes in ink levels in real-time.



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