Konica Minolta Printer Ink Toner Cartridges
Internet Ink Strikes The Right Tone With Konica Minolta Toner Cartridges
Toner is, of course, the special ink used in copy machines and laser printers to form text and images on the page. In its earliest form, it was a carbon powder, poured from a bottle into the machine. These days, it’s still a dry powder, although a more advanced one, but a cartridge feeds the toner directly instead.
Modern toners used in colour printers and copiers come in:
- Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow.
If you run a small business, independent research suggests, a scanner, a printer and toner cartridges can mean you don’t need to buy a photocopier. Just scan the original document into your computer, and then output it to the printer to create as many copies as you need. So toner cartridges are vital to any business.
If you use a top brand, such as Konica Minolta toner cartridges, Internet Ink can supply refills for Konica Minolta toners and other top brands, at a fraction of what the manufacturer would like to charge. That’s because buying Minolta toner cartridges through us means saving on the extra charges from the importer, wholesaler and the retailer.
And that doesn’t mean stinting on the quality of our Minolta toners or other products. The Konica Minolta printer toner in the Konica Minolta toner cartridges we sell performs just as well as if you’d bought it from the original manufacturer. Our Konica Minolta printer ink toner cartridges meet all European quality standards.
All our Konica Minolta toners have at least the same amount of ink as own-brand Minolta toner cartridges, but the difference is that we offer you REAL VALUE FOR MONEY.
We sell Konica Minolta toners for a wide range of machines, including several from the Magicolour series.
There are many reasons why you should buy your through us:
- We don’t charge a penny for UK delivery of Konica Minolta toners, for a start, whatever the size of your order. And you’ll find you’ll receive your Minolta toner cartridges extremely promptly.
- We guarantee secure online ordering of your Konica Minolta printer toner equipment, and there’s a freephone number if you want to give us a call to discuss your Minolta printer toner order in more detail. We’re not shy about giving out our other contact details, either! (Unlike other online sellers of Minolta toners.)
- If you put in a query about our Minolta toner cartridges via our online form, you’re likely to have a reply within as fast as possible from our highly dedicated support team.
- Our web site is really user-friendly, with all our products and product categories clearly signposted. If it’s Konica Minolta toner cartridges you’re after, you’ll find them very quickly. There’s even a to take you to our Minolta toners more speedily.
- The prices of our Minolta printer toner products are properly labelled as well, and we state clearly how much VAT you’ll be paying on your Minolta toners.
- There are lots of discounts available on Konica Minolta toners if you come back to us for repeat orders of Minolta toner cartridges, and if you advertise on your own web site that you bought your Minolta printer toner products through us. Also, if you are a charitable or public sector organisation, we’ll be glad to give you credit for a month when you buy Minolta toner cartridges through us at Internet Ink.
- Minolta toner cartridges bought through us also come with a year-long warranty, and our Minolta toners can be returned within a week if for some reason you are not delighted with our Minolta printer toner cartridges.
Konica Minolta printer toner refills are not something you want to have to worry about, or spend a fortune on. Thanks to Internet Ink, you won’t have to do either.
Printing technology has grown markedly over the last ten years, with a range of new devices being brought into the market.
Gone are the days when consumers could only choose between colour and black inkjet machines, as individuals can now take their pick from a variety of exceptional tools, which cater for a number of different businesses and consumers.
Rather than buy scanners, printers and photocopiers separately, consumers can now enjoy all of these machines in one package, enabling them to save space in their homes and workplaces.
However, with so many different models available, customers could find it hard to select a model that truly suits their needs.
With this in mind, exploring the market is key. After a quick browse, customers may believe they have found the ideal machine, but aspects such as running costs could mean that such a model will be costly to own in the long run.
Once they decide on a model, consumers will need to ensure they spend money wisely when it comes to printer use and ink, as cash can quickly be used up if they do not monitor their spending.
Colour ink can be particularly expensive, while those who print out photos wil find themselves quickly using going through photo paper.
To help manage their finances, consumers should organise a strict budget, which will keep their finances in order and reduce monetary pressure at a time when living costs are soaring.
Brands such as HP, Xerox and Canon all have fantastic models that could prove invaluable to consumers and businesses, but it is important not to rush any purchasing decisions.
Along with the aforementioned companies is Konica Minolta, which has unveiled three new colour multifunctional printers in a bid to boost its success in the ink market.
The bizhub C224e, C284e and C364e machines offer increased efficiency for consumers, while a range of new functions provide ways for services to be customised to the individual needs of customers.
The systems boast an intuitive multi-touch operation, meaning that users will not require device training. As well as this, the MFD Touch Panel offered with the device will be similar to that used in smartphones and tablets.
Such technology will make it easier for users to work more productively, while helping them to be more comfortable in a professional environment.
A further advantage of the machines is the panel construction, which allows users to have easy and fast access to all the functions they require.
Even though there is a wide range of MFD features, a panel displaying just the required capabilities can be developed, giving users quicker access to functionalities that are most commonly used.
As a result of this, users will be able to access the functionalities they require in faster speed, increasing the efficiency of workflows.
The hardware used in the systems is also vastly superior to what has been seen in past models, with the systems requiring less power than previous machines, resulting in substantial cost savings.
Another bonus of the machines is that energy consumption during sleep mode has been significantly decreased, and the environmentally-friendly characteristics mean that consumers can take advantage of a lower carbon footprint.
Bernard Cassidy, market development manager at Konica Minolta Business Solutions UK Ltd, said: “With the launch of the new bizhub C224e, C284e and C364e we have improved our market-leading devices once again. Boasting ease of use, clever features, outstanding ecological performance and customisation possibilities targeted to customer needs make the systems ideal for improving the productivity of workday life.”
Intuitive functions mean the new machines can be highly useful for medium to large-sized organisations, work groups or departments.
The models boast an enhanced scan function that enables scanned documents to be converted directly into Word or Excel, boosting efficiency and saving time for workers and consumers alike.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
Konica Minolta has announced a strategic alliance with Hyland Software to develop a new content management solution.
It will merge Hyland's OnBase enterprise content management (ECM) software with Konica Minolta's bizhub product line.
This integration is designed to maximise organisational productivity and efficiency while delivering better customer service, guaranteeing that customers stay competitive.
Bill Priemer, president and chief executive of Hyland Software, said: "This partnership is a natural alliance between two leading solutions providers.
"Our shared focus in the healthcare and higher education industries enables us to continue to be the leading ECM offering in those markets as well as expand our global customer adoption."
The past year has been a successful one for both companies, as they both experienced continued growth and awards.
Konica Minolta was awarded 2012 Document Imaging Solution Line of the Year by Buyers Laboratory, while Hyland Software was named as a leader in the 2012 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management.
Posted by Johnny McMaster
Konica Minolta has announced it will buy software and network designer Raber +Marcker, resulting in new business consultancy services being brought to the company.
A share purchase agreement has been made between the two businesses, with Raber+Marcker set to be a subsidiary which will retain its own name and brand.
In a statement, Konica Minolta said: "KMBD will acquire the know-how of various consultation strategies to offer optimized total business operation, such as the introduction and operation of enterprise system setup or stable IT system operation."
The company added that the strategic collaboration will enable it to obtain the know-how of IT solutions in order to offer high-value-added services, including business process consultancy.
Raber+Marcker is not the only firm bought by Konica Minolta, as the company recently purchased Charterhouse PM, which has a turnover of £98 million.
It is hoped the deal will boost the firm's existing range of beyond printing services by introducing print management to its current range.
Posted by Barry Ashmore
Konica Minolta has signed an agreement to purchase Charterhouse PM, which boasts a turnover of £98 million.
The deal hopes to boost the company's existing range of "beyond printing" services by introducing print management to its current selection of products.
Ken Osuga, president of Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe, believes that the investment will help to extend the variety of outsourced marketing management capabilities that can be offered to clients.
Charterhouse PM was ranked 38 in the Sunday Times 2012 International Track 200.
"Charterhouse has an impressive track record in this area, working with many of the world's biggest brands. We look forward to supporting the leadership team as they pursue global growth," he continued.
Recently, Konica Minolta was named as a leader in Gartner's 2012 Magic Quadrant for MFPs (multi-function printers).
The accreditation is a guide for mid-sized and large organisations throughout the world and assess technology providers that specialise in printing products and services.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Printer company Konica Minolta has been named as a leader in Gartner's Leaders Quadrant of the 2012 Magic Quadrant for MFPs (multi-function printers) and Printers Worldwide.
The accreditation serves as a guide for mid-sized and large organisations across the world and evaluates technology providers that specialise in printing products and services, with Gartner customers looking for providers that can match their global presence.
Rick Taylor, president and chief operating officer at Konica Minolta Business Solutions, said: "Our continued position in the leaders' quadrant demonstrates the success of our business strategy to provide customers with comprehensive print solutions."
Mr Taylor explained that the company is devoted to offering customers the best possible user experience, solutions and services to help them operate more efficiently.
News of Konica Minolta's placing in the Magic Quadrant comes after ITWeb reported that the company has introduced its EveryonePrint technology to companies in South Africa.
It enables firms to develop a private hosted cloud printing environment.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Konica Minolta South Africa (SA) has introduced its EveryonePrint technology to companies.
The technology allows businesses to develop a private hosted cloud printing environment, which will address challenges that people face with mobile infrastructure, reports ITWeb.
Speaking to the news provider, Mohammed Vachiat, product manager at Konica Minolta South Africa, said: "Printing from mobile devices remains a challenge, and most users must take time to transfer documents from mobile devices to a network-connected PC or laptop by e-mail or thumb drive before printing."
Mr Vachiat underlined that EOP provides platform and device-independent printing of office-related documents, giving mobile workforces enhanced flexibility to print regardless of their location.
Recently, Konica Minolta unveiled its EnvisionIT Production, which is designed for commercial print customers.
Included within the technology are the the EngageIT Automation and EngageIT XMedia software platforms, which will help service providers maximise their profits as a result of better workflow efficiency.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Ink company Konica Minolta has announced the launch of its EnvisionIT Production, which is engineered for commercial print customers.
As part of the new technology, the EngageIT Automation and EngageIT XMedia software platforms will be introduced to help service providers maximise their profits through increased workflow efficiency.
Kevin Kern, senior vice president, Marketing, Konica Minolta Business Solutions US, said: "The EnvisionIT Production value proposition focuses on bringing a heightened level of performance, workflow efficiency and cost savings to today's commercial print customers."
Mr Kern admitted that current print production print processes can be "slow, inefficient and labour-intensive", adding that the company's new technology aims to meet the evolving needs of customers.
Konica Minolta received a boost recently when it won Pick Awards from the Buyers Laboratory.
Its bizhub C754/C654 colour multifunctional products were praised, while the ink specialist's INFO-Palette Design picked up the outstanding achievement honour, marking a successful collection of accolades.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Production printer company Konica Minolta has collected Pick Awards from the Buyers Laboratory.
The ink cartridges provider's bizhub C754/C654 colour multifunctional products (MFPs) have been recognised by the organisation, while the company's INFO-Palette Design also won the outstanding achievement honour.
George Mikolay, Buyers Laboratory senior product editor for A3 and copier MFPs, said: "Both the bizhub C654 and bizhub C754 proved highly reliable over the course of more than 200,000 impressions each, and proved to be among the most productive models we’ve ever tested in their respective speed ranges."
Mr Mikolay went on to say that the systems delivered scanning times that were up to twice as fast as competitors, adding that Konica Minolta is continuing to push boundaries in the printing industry.
Last month, Konica Minolta was selected by the South Australian government to be part of the Document Output Devices Panel, alongside other companies such as Canon, Kyocera and Ricoh.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
The South Australian government has selected Konica Minolta to be part of a printer panel.
It has been entitled the new Document Output Devices panel and replaces the Printer & Photocopier Equpment Panel that was introduced in January 2007, with the state government expecting the move to save million (£3.9 million).
Finance and public sector minister Michael O'Brien said: "It will deliver an estimated average reduction of 24 per cent on the price of multifunction devices and 33 per cent on printers compared with previous arrangements."
Canon, Fuji-Xerox, Kyocera and Ricoh are also included in the new panel, which is set to expire on June 30th 2015.
Konica Minolta's involvement in the new panel follows the launch of its Bizhub Pro 951 Monochrome Production Print System, which the company believes will offer excellent image quality, efficient paper handling and strong reliability to its customer base.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Konica Minolta has introduced its Bizhub Pro 951 Monochrome Production Print System.
The ink manufacturer has claimed that the technology features excellent image quality, efficient paper handling and strong reliability.
It added that the system is capable of providing high-quality monochrome prints of up to 95-pages-per-minute, equating to 5.700 pages per hour, as well as a maximum paper capacity of 9,000 sheets.
Kevin Kern, senior vice president of marketing at Konica Minolta Business Solutions, said: "With the new bizhub PRO 951, we have succeeded in delivering high image quality, labor saving in-line finishing options and increased customer satisfaction - all great reasons to count on Konica Minolta."
Mr Kern went on to say that the technology responds to customer demand, especially those in the legal, healthcare and educational sectors.
News of Konica Minolta's system comes after the company appointed a new managing director in the UK.
Neil Dingley will now take charge of the role, following on from Yuki Kobayashi.
Posted by Johnny McMaster
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