November 9, 2016
KMP stated that it had “launched further new products which offer a substantial saving potential”, with each product’s page online showing “how much the consumer can save compared to the original cartridge”. The first launch was CMYK replacements for Epson’s 18XL original, with the cartridges all featuring chips and yields of 540 pages in black and 480 pages in colours.
The cartridges can be used in the following Epson Expression Home machines: the XP-100; 102; 200; 202; 205; 210; 212; 215; 225; 300; 305; 310; 312; 313; 315; 320; 322; 325; 330; 400; 402; 405; 405WH; 410; 412; 413; 415; 420; 422; 425; and 302. The second launch were CMYK Epson 18 replacements, used in the same machines, featuring chips and with yields of 175 pages in black and 180 pages in colour, while a multipack was also available of all four cartridges.
The third launch included toner cartridges replacing the HP Inc 652A, 654A and 65X, with CMYK replacements as well as a high-yield black. The cartridges feature chips and can be used in the following HP Inc Colour LaserJet Flow Enterprise machines; the Flow MFP M 680z; M650; M651dn; M651n; M651xh; MFP M680; MFP M680dn; MFP M680f; and M651. The standard black features a yield of 11,500 pages, while the high yield black’s yield is 20,500 pages and the colours 15,000 pages.
Finally, the last release was replacement toner cartridges for a range of Dell originals, including the 593-11140, 593-11141, 593-11142 and 593-11143. The CMYK cartridges are used in: the Dell 1350cnw; 1355cn; 1355cnw; C1700; C1760nw; C1765nf; C1765nfw; and 1250c. All feature chips, with the black cartridge’s yield 2,000 pages and the colours 1,400 pages.
For more information, visit www.kmp.com.
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