Canon Compatible & Original Ink Cartridges
When you're looking to buy new Canon ink cartridges for your business or home, consider first how compatible Canon printer inks can be a cost effective alternative. Internet Ink have a vast range of compatible Canon printer cartridges, which are proven to work with all Canon printers to give the same results as an original Canon ink cartridge. In fact, our compatible Canon printer inks can exceed the expectations of original Canon printer inks.
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Our compatible inks give you a higher number of prints per cartridge and to the same quality that you would expect from an original Canon printer cartridge. The cost of original Canon ink cartridges - as with most brand original inks - is considered to be roughly £1.70 per millilitre. This means the cost of original Canon printer ink now costs more per millilitre than a bottle of the finest Champagne.
Internet Ink's range of compatible Canon printer cartridges is less than half this price. This is in part because we reuse old packaging to create the cartridges for our all of our compatible Canon printer cartridges.
Choosing from our range of compatible Canon printer inks gives you the option to save on packaging thus reducing the overall CO2 output involved in production, and, with our offer of an extra 10% off every purchase of a Canon ink cartridge thereafter, an even greater saving.
This amazing further saving of 10% on any Canon ink cartridges in our range can also be used by family and friends, so that no matter who runs out of a compatible Canon printer cartridge in your circle or office first, a further saving can be made on the next purchase of a compatible Canon printer ink.
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Internet Ink understand that some people may have heard negative things about in the past, but Internet Ink has been in the business of producing alternative inks for over 10 years.
As a result of our long standing, we are confident that our range of compatible Canon ink cartridges doesn't fail the end user, no matter how hard you work your printer. In fact in all the time we have been manufacturing compatible Canon printer cartridges we have never received a complaint.
So how do we do it? After many years of research into original brand inks such as those from Canon printer cartridges it would seem all contain a universal ink, no matter which brand you buy from.
Once we hit upon this discovery we went about recreating this standard of ink for use in a re-manufactured Canon printer cartridge. Each of our brand inks including our Canon printer ink range now conforms to European standards, so you can be sure of a quality product.
Internet Ink is so confident that our range of inks is efficient we even offer all clients an unprecedented one-year warranty on all the Canon ink cartridges we produce. This warranty applies across all our branded products and means you can rest assured that if you're not satisfied with the results we will replace the Canon printer ink you bought from us with no questions asked.
Canon Ink & Toner Cartridge News
The Canon Pixma MX392 printer has been recommended for office use by a writer at PC Mag.
David Stone from the website believes that the system prints and faxes from PCs, while it also boasts a standalone copier, fax capabilities, along with an automatic document feeder.
However Mr Stone cited some flaws with the system, noting that it has no network support, often provides slow speeds and only offers manual duplexing.
“If you expect to print a lot, you'll be better off with a faster choice like the Brother MFC-J430w. But if you print only a few pages a day, and also need the ability to fax, copy, and scan, the Canon Pixma MX392 Office All-In-One Inkjet Printer can certainly do the job,” he concluded.
The reviewer also noted that the graphics quality of the device is “easily good enough” for any internal business need.
Before companies or consumers decide on a specific model, it is important that they fully explore the market for options, as better alternatives could be available.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
The Canon PIXMA MX455 printer has received a four star rating from ExpertReviews.
Andrew Unsworth from the website explained that the machine can print, scan, copy and send and receive faxes. He also complimented the machine’s “refreshingly no-fuss” design.
Mr Unsworth also assessed the system’s speed, noting that it came very close to its reported maximum.
“Canon claims a 9.7ppm maximum speed for this printer, and it came very close in our tests; reaching 9.3ppm over 25 pages of black text at the default quality. Oddly, switching to the driver's Fast mode actually slowed the performance slightly to 9ppmm,” he noted.
However, the reviewer did cite some drawbacks, explaining that the machine does not have a wired Ethernet port or automatic duplex printing capabilities.
Before settling on a particular model, consumers should assess all of the attributes of a machine, taking into account running costs in particular, as these can be remarkably high and off-putting for some.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Canadian workers prefer to use Canon printers, new research has suggested.
The Canon Challenge study discovered that 83 per cent of office workers in the country found the manufacturer's copiers easier to use than other brands, reports O.Canada.com.
Participants from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal were asked to take part in everyday printer activities on a number of machines that had their branding labels covered.
Patrick O'Rourke from the website explained that it was interesting to see that Canon had the most user-friendly interface.
Canon recently announced two brand new models in a bid to please its partners.
The i-Sensys MF8200 and MF8500 models are focused on speed and flexibility, which these attributes expected to appeal to users of all ages.
The machines also suit a range of professionals and can be utilised for personal and business use.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
The Canon Pixma MX925 printer has been praised for its wide variety of features.
Writing for Digital Versus, Marine Goy said that the machine has "got it all", citing its Wi-Fi, Ethernet connectivity and advanced paper handling as beneficial features for consumers.
One of the few criticisms from Ms Goy was based around the system's navigation, as she explained that there is a lack of a touchscreen and the buttons on the machine are not always intuitive.
"The Pixma MX925 is a great photo printer. In photo mode, the colours come out less saturated than on most Canon printers and the ink droplets are completely invisible. The pictures look precise, the detail in the original file is correctly reproduced and the resolution is excellent," she noted.
The printer market boasts a wide array of different models, offering specific capabilities to suit individual consumer needs.
Although customers may be swayed by one of the first printers they see, it is important for them to fully assess the market to identify a machine that meets their needs.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
Canon will exhibit a range of its products at the 2013 American Bar Association TECHSHOW.
The company will showcase its imageCLASS laser printers, multifunction printers and imageFORMULA document scanners to show the value that products with robust speed, exceptional output and flexibility can present to the legal industry.
Products on sale this year include the Colour imageCLASS MF8580Cdw Multifunction Printer, which is aimed at law firms that seek an all-in-one printer to deliver high-quality colour output.
The imageCLASS LBP6780dn machine is on display, which delivers fast output and produces professional printing results. It features a 500-sheet cassette along with a 100-sheet multi-purpose tray.
As well as this, Canon will showcase the imageFORMULA DR-G1130 Production Document Scanner, which is capable of processing large amounts of legal documents.
The company will be hoping to make a good impression on the industry, which is becoming increasingly competitive due to offerings from rivals such as Epson, HP and Oki.
Posted by Barry Ashmore
The Canon PIXMA MX925 printer has received eight out of ten from a writer at TrustedReviews.
Simon Williams from the website explained that the machine has a low purchase price, offers good quality printing and provides shorter pauses in duplex print.
However, Mr Williams admitted that the system has a bulky case, while its USB drive printing capabilities are awkward.
"Print quality is as good as we've come to expect from Canon printers. Black text dark and crisp, almost laser quality and fast mode is a little lighter, but still very readable – perhaps it should be renamed ink-save," he explained.
Mr Williams noted that colour graphics from the PIXMA MX925 on plain paper are also solid and do not suffer from dither patterns.
In recent weeks, Canon added two printers to its range of imageClASS printers.
The MF8280Cw and MF8580Cdw models allow users to print from anywhere in their home or office.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
More and more companies and consumers are now becoming environmentally-conscious of their printing processes.
Despite the introduction of cloud computing, ink remains one of the most important resources for modern organisations and it can be extremely costly if it is not managed accordingly.
Rather than printing all of their documents in colour, companies should enforce a policy to dictate what kind of articles are delivered in colour and ink respectively, with external articles taking priority for the former.
This will enable them to reduce their expenditure majorly, meaning that cash can instead be reserved for other resources within a business.
Such an approach is also advisable for homeowners, who can save substantial amounts of cash by only using their colour ink when completely necessary.
Once their cartridges have been used, consumers can help to protect the environment by recycling them, and there are many different options and companies for them to do this with.
Canon is one business that offers its own ink cartridge recycling scheme, which has been rolled out to 15 markets in Europe, covering Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
The company's scheme enables customers to recycle genuine inkjet cartridges for free and guarantees that 100 per cent of each of them are diverted from landfill.
Thanks to the initiative, more than 97 per cent of each cartridge is reused and recycled into other products, while the remaining there per cent is used to generate energy from waste.
To take part in the scheme, customers need to visit the Canon website and choose their home country. Once a form is completed, Canon will supply freepost return envelopes to enable consumers to return their cartridges for recycling.
Canon's scheme demonstrates its ongoing commitment to decreasing its environmental impact, with the company already running a successful toner cartridge scheme in 20 countries (including 16 in Europe).
This has existed since 1990 and has led to more than 287,00 tonnes of toner cartridges being recycled across the globe, saving 185,000 tonnes of raw materials and 430,000 tonnes of C02.
Canon is hoping to minimise waste and re-use materials and resources as much as possible to decrease its environmental impact, with this including sustainable materials.
Recycled plastic and bioplastic are used for many of the manufacturer's exterior parts, particularly in its imageRUNNER ADVANCE range.
As part of Canon's environmental efforts, it has created an environmental charter, which aims to achieve growth while contributing to the globe's prosperity.
Its environmental philosophy reads: "To pursue maximisation of resource efficiency and contribute to the creation of a society that practises sustainable development. We seek to harmonise environmental and economic interests in all our business activities, products and services.
"We offer products with lower environmental impact and we try to avoid activities that threaten the health and safety of mankind and the environment."
Canon ensures it operates in compliance with environmental laws and encourages the collecting and recycling of products at the end of their lifetime, while running an environmental management system to boost performance.
It is also hoping to maintain close relationships with governments, communities and other parties.
Furthermore, it is working to "seek to minimise waste and promote recycling, as well as reducing energy consumption and harmful emissions".
Canon has also explained its recycling process for cartridges.
"Once toner cartridges are received at the recycling site, they are sorted according to model before being disassembled. It is at this point that reusable parts are cleaned and recovered.
"After cleaning, reusable parts go through a rigorous inspection process that employs the same strict quality standards applied to new parts. Parts reused in a new toner cartridge are the charging roller, sleeve and magnetic roller," the company stated.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
The Canon Pixma MG3150 printer has been commended for its compact size and stylish appearance.
EzineMark.com has reviewed the machine, praising its piano black finish and flatbed scanner, which is positioned on the top of the machine, giving people full access to an array of copying and scanning options.
"The MG3150 has a printing resolution of 4800 dpi and can print a 10 x 15 cm photo in around 45 seconds which is pretty quick. This printer is aimed at students as well as families that need a printer for everyday use such as homework and printing of bills," the website stated.
The machine also boasts a Wi-Fi connection and the site claimed the feature is "fairly straightforward to set up".
While the MG3150 could prove to be a worthwhile investment for consumers, it is important for people to look at other alternatives on the market.
Although a system's face value may seem inexpensive, running costs could make machines expensive in the long run.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Canon has added two new printers to its imageCLASS range, which aim to meet the needs of small businesses and consumers.
The MF8280Cw and MF8580Cdw machines enable users to print from anywhere in their home or office, with both of the systems supporting the 802.11 b/g/n wireless protocol, resulting in a cable-free solution for printing documents,
Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon US, said: "To remain competitive in this market, home and office users need workhorse products that produce professional quality output at affordable prices.
"The new Colour imageCLASS laser multifunction printers are high-performance machines that include necessary functions such as wireless connectivity to help create an efficient work environment."
The imageCLASS MF8589Cdw printer outputs at up to 21ppm in both colour and black ink, with the machine improving quality by utilising imaging technologies such as Auto Graduation Adjustment and Pure Black Technology.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Canon is to launch a new line of input to output solutions at the 2013 Wedding and Portrait Photographer International Convention.The company will showcase a number of its image capture, display and printing equipment, providing wedding service professionals with the tools they require to help capture images and deliver high quality videos and albums.Attendees will be given the chance to try some of Canon's latest products at the event, including the PIXMA Pro professional inkjet printer and a number of different cameras.Representatives from the company will also discuss how the technology is being used to help deliver good results for customers.As well as this, the DreamLabo 5000 production inkjet printer will be showcased at the event, showing how the machine will deliver exceptional image quality.Canon has a number of printers available on the market, including the Pixma Pro-100 printer, which boasts Wi-Fi and high levels of print quality.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
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