February 15, 2017
The Kyocera release was remanufactured CMYK cartridges for use in the OEM’s TASKalfa 6500CI, 6551CI, 7550CI and 7551CI, as well as the Copystar CS6550CI, 6551CI, 7550CI and 7551CI machines. The cartridges feature yields of 70,000 pages in black and 30,000 pages in colours, and replace the original TK-8705K, 8705C, 8705M and 8705Y cartridges.
The first HP Inc release was a remanufactured monochrome toner cartridges for the LaserJet Pro M12/A/W and 26A/NW machines, with a yield of 1,000 pages and replacing the original CF279A and 79A cartridges. The second HP Inc release meanwhile is a high-capacity version of the same cartridge for the same printers, with a yield of 2,000 pages.
Recently, the company launched remanufactured Samsung and Ricoh cartridges, as well as remanufactured Samsung, Kyocera and Canon toners; last year, it launched remanufactured Canon toners; remanufactured Konica Minolta toners; remanufactured Ricoh cartridges; inkjets for the Canon PIXMA IP 2850; remanufactured cartridges for the Colour LaserJet Enterprise M552DN and 553DN/N/X; a range of Kyocera replacements; replacements for OKI printers; Canon and Brother replacements; and also released a remanufactured Xerox cartridge.
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