August 29, 2019
Aster calls the current chips available “destructive chips” since it recognises that although widely used in the market for more than one year, “the chance of the non-recognition issue is getting bigger and bigger”. It stated that it is now seeing three percent non-recognition rate, and it could rise to 10 percent or even to 30 percent as time goes by. Once the cartridges are placed in customers’ printers, the hardware of their printers will be damaged, and their machines can no longer accept any other compatible products.
The replacement cartridges Aster now offer are with “anti-destructive” chips solving the non-recognition issue on Samsung 111 and Samsung 203 cartridges. These replacement cartridges are for use in Samsung MLT-D111S, MLT-D111L, MLT-D203S, MLT-D203L, MLT-D203E, MLT-D203U devices.
For more information, please visit www.goaster.com.
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