May 15, 2015
The remanufactured Canon inkjet cartridges are alternatives for the black PG-545XL and colour CL-546XL, and Armor stated that the cartridges are used in a “rapidly growing number of printers” making up Canon’s “latest generation of mass-market” machines. The cartridges are developed to “offer the highest added value in use”, with the “emphasis put on yield” because of an 80 percent increase on the original XL colour cartridge.
This is said to make the cartridges an “even more attractive alternative for consumers”, with the two cartridges sold in box or blister packaging. 11 remanufactured HP toner cartridges make up the toner releases, with these including remanufactured versions of the CF325X, CF214A, CF214X, M880 and M855 originals. The monochrome CF325X features a yield of 40,000 pages, and is used in the LaserJet Enterprise M806 and M830 machines, which feature a print speed of 56ppm.
The CF214A and CF214X meanwhile are used in the LaserJet Enterprise 700 M712 and M725 machines, with respective yields of 10,000 and 17,500 pages. The A3 monochrome devices print at up to 40ppm, and the cartridges are “available now”. The M880 cartridges are available now, and are used in the Colour LaserJet Enterprise M880 A3 MFP, which features a print speed of 46ppm. The four colour cartridges have yields of 29,500 pages in black and 32,000 pages in colour.
Finally, the M855 cartridges are used in the Colour LaserJet Enterprise M855 machine, which also reaches a print speed of 46ppm, and the black cartridge has a yield of 29,000 pages, while the colours reach 31,500. The cartridges are set to be available from June.
For more information, visit www.armor-group.com.
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