February 11, 2014
Stating that it is the “first to offer” the cartridges, KMP noted that the cartridges can be used in Canon’s PIXMA IP7250, MG6350 and MG7150 printers, adding that the “favourable price” of its alternatives work together with the “cartridge recognition and indication of ink levels”, which work “perfectly”. The cartridges can also be used in the OEM’s PIXMA IP7250, MG5450, MG5550, MG6450, MX725 and MX925 machines.
The company also said that the “colour brilliance of these new printer ink [cartridges] stands up to every comparison”, with the black cartridge, pigmented ink C89, replacing the PGI-550PGBK XL, and a dye ink version, C90, replaced the CLI-551BL XL. The colour cartridges, C91, C92 and C93, are dye ink, and are cyan, magenta and yellow respectively, replacing the CLI-551C XL, CLI-551M XL ad CLI-551Y XL. A grey cartridge, C94, replaces the CLI551GY XL.
KMP added that it “recommends” consumers utilise the C89D double pack of pigmented black ink, as well as its multipack C90V, to “save even more compared to the original”. The pigmented ink is “used for black text” as it “enables a particularly high edge definition also in combination with other colours”, with dye inks used for colours for “especially good reproduction of images”.
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