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The quite ridiculous price of printer ink, and printer ink cartridges, has been well documented. In fact, drop for drop, printer ink is reported as being at least as expensive as vintage champagne. However, ink cartridges are probably one of the most important parts of owning a computer system.
Users have traditionally faced the choice between paying a fortune, or buying low price, inferior quality printer ink cartridges which have flooded the UK market through boot sales and the Internet. Not only were these products often incompatible with printers, they could actively damage them. Even when they did work, print quality was usually poor.
It seemed there was nowhere you could go to buy ink cartridges without being ripped off.
At Internet Ink, we decided to fight back by making good quality, compatible cartridges which would compete with those produced by the original manufacturers.
To do this, we needed to forge a strong partnership with a good quality ink manufacturer, and we did this with Germany’s largest ink producer, OCP.
We offer excellent products, including Samsung ink cartridges and other top brands, at less than half the price of the original product, and with an extended life. We supply Samsung printer ink cartridges and other top brands to business, trade and home users.
And, if you buy your Samsung ink cartridges or other makes of cartridges through us, you can rest assured that our unique high capacity cartridge cases are made from a high percentage of recycled material. This helps to reduce waste while in no way stinting on the quality of your Samsung printer ink cartridges.
So it’s no wonder we are leaders in the UK market for printer ink cartridges. And, in recent years, increasing sales of our Samsung ink cartridges and other products have meant we have been able to bring down the prices of our Samsung printer ink cartridges still further.
We stock a wide range of originally, fully compatible Samsung ink cartridges. We supply Samsung printer ink cartridges for all inkjet printers, and there are many benefits to buying your Samsung ink cartridges through us at Internet Ink. For a start, there’s free UK delivery on all orders of Samsung printer ink cartridges.
We offer a 10% discount on all repeat business for orders of Samsung printer ink cartridges, a discount we’re happy to double when you advertise on your site that you buy your Samsung printer ink cartridges through us at Internet Ink.
It’s particularly attractive to buy Samsung ink cartridges through us if you are a school, college, council, charity or similar organisation. We’ll give 30 days of credit to such customers on orders of all Samsung printer ink cartridges or other products.
And our service providing Samsung printer ink cartridges has consistently won top ratings from customers who’ve bought through sites like Google, Amazon or EBay.
And, as an extra bonus throughout July 2009 , we’re giving away a free Sharpie pen with every order of Samsung ink cartridges.
If you have a query about our service, or about your order for Samsung ink cartridges, we’ll be glad to help. Unlike other organisations selling Samsung printer ink cartridges or similar products, we don’t hide our address and phone number, so do get in touch. This summer, the average response time for using the query form on our website was just 47 minutes.
Your Samsung ink cartridges are too important to leave to chance, so don’t. Order your Samsung printer ink cartridges through us, for a great deal, a quality product you can trust and outstanding customer service.
Samsung has been awarded a contract with the State of California which will see it provide new printing services as well as a recycling system which can be used for ink and toner cartridges.
State agencies in the region will be using the printers and related services for the next three to five years after the company developed a programme which focused on cost-savings and energy-efficient features.
Samsung beat off stiff competition, winning against 14 competing bids, to secure the contract which is mandatory for State Agencies and will provide a real boost to the printer giant.
Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America, said: "At Samsung, we pride ourselves on developing products and solutions that enhance their usability and performance.
"We feel very fortunate to be able to work with NWN to help deliver on our mutual promise of environmental and fiscal responsibility to the State of California."
The contract is available to all local governments, public educational institutions and special districts throughout California.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
It is understood by static control that Samsung have released a firmware update for printers to prevent the use of compatible toner cartridges in some of their printers and some of the Dell complient versions.
Customers are advised to test their compatible toners and should not accept the update on the printer in order to use the compatible toner cartridges.
1. Uninstall the printer drivers/software for the machine in question.
2. Re-install the printer driver/software with disconnected internet connection and ignore the prompt when the upgrade is offered again.
If this action doesn't work or you are having problems with the compatible Samsung or Dell toners then please don't hesitiate to contact our customer service department. This update on complies to customers who use the comptible toner cartridge, for those who use the original toner cartridge on the Samsung or Dell printers then the advice doesn't apply.
Businesses looking to improve their printer ink systems could find that Samsung's latest range could significantly help them.
The firm's ML-4510ND and ML-5015ND printer series have been designed to provide small and medium-sized enterprises with eco-friendly, quick and high-quality image production solutions.
Samsung claims its latest machines can print up to 48 pages per minute and starts jobs within 7.5 seconds of a document being sent to it.
General manager in Samsung's UK Print Division Dion Smith said: "Our latest line of business printers deliver increased page speeds, greater energy efficiency and enhanced anti-jam technology to provide a hassle-free experience. As we move further into the second half of the year we will continue to raise the bar for B2B print devices."
Printer ink producer Samsung recently unveiled its NC220 monitor that allows companies to connect all their computing devices to one virtualised central sever, which it claims offers firms the opportunity to conserve and reduce energy costs by using a flexible cloud service.
Posted by Fred Bugenhalgen.
Inkjet printers are ideal for high quality photos, but if you mostly print black-and-white text documents, nothing beats a laser for value for money.
Newegg has the Samsung ML-2525 laser printer for .99 (less than £30), now a perfect choice for any home office that prints a lot of text documents, but hates the high price of inkjet printer ink.
The Samsung ML-2525 is your basic personal printer, one that comes with a 250-sheet paper tray, an 80-sheet output tray, a 1,500-page toner cartridge, and a USB interface. The wireless version, the ML-2525W is also available.
Speaking of toner cartridges, you can pick up a MLT-D1052S compatible version for as little as £40.39 (ex VAT). That's not bad, though if you print high volumes, you might want to look towards the original high capacity Samsung MLT-D1052L.
Posted by Anya Hawke.
Ink cartridges maker Samsung has launched an innovative way of collating information about the diverse makeup of the UK.
Samsung's 'social census' project will encourage people to submit photos of a moment that represents their 'present' via social networking sites.
Called the Now Project and inspired by the 2011 national census, the images will eventually make a visual census of the UK.
Some famous figures, including TV presenter Tim Lovejoy, stylist Fred Butler and graphic designer Michael Johnson, have offered photos of themselves to kick-start the project.
Commenting on the social census, Michael Johnson said: "Capturing what 'now' is, will always have relevance.
"A social media census is a fascinating way to delve into the nation’s interpretations of what is valuable to them now."
Samsung has timed the census to link-up with the release of its Wave 11 handset.
This month, Samsung appointed Nick White, formerly of Fujifilm, as head of its digital imaging division.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Printer ink maker Samsung has bolstered its UK print division with the appointment of a new managed print services sales manager.
Gary Smith will join Samsung's team in the wake of the firm's recent progression to the number one spot in the UK A4 Multifunction Laser Market.
With over ten years experience in the IT industry, Mr Smith joins from Konica Minolta Business Solutions.
At Samsung he will have responsibility for driving sales of Samsung's managed print service (MPS) in the UK and Ireland.
"With significant experience in the print and IT solutions industry, Gary's background makes him an invaluable addition to our organisation," Dion Smith, general manager of Samsung UK's print division, said.
"We're confident that he will help us capitalise on the popularity that Samsung MPS is currently experiencing and drive our brand towards being the market leader in this space."
Samsung recently released a series of new monochrome laser printers.
The ML-1860, ML-1865 and ML-1865W offer users a host of one-touch features to make printing and scanning flexible and easy.
Posted by Barry Ashmore
Samsung has used soy ink as part of its packaging for its new mobile phone handset Intensity II. According to cnet.com, the printer ink maker's decision to use soy ink is part of an attempt to move into more eco-friendly ways of working.
Alongside using soy ink and recycled paper as part of the packaging for the device, the new model is also made from recycled plastic, and its battery cover is extracted from 35 per cent post-consumer materials.
Users can even take advantage of the tool's handy eco-calculator. With this one can keep tabs on car mileage, fuel efficiency and get a carbon dioxide emission reading. The device also has a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a music player, and GPS.
Printer ink is increasingly being put to interesting and varied uses. This month a graphic designer used printer ink to help develop hip-hop themed wrapping paper, or Rapping Paper. Printer ink cartridges maker Epson has used printer ink in its development of a replica of the Acura/Honda NSX Super GT race car.
Posted by Jamie Foster.
Individuals and businesses should consider the amount of printing and printer ink they expect to use on a daily basis before making a decision on which new model to buy, it has been suggested.
Melissa Riofrio has written for PC World five tips that should be followed when printer shopping to ensure that a suitable device is purchased.
Among the areas in which people may wish to break down their options are whether a colour or monochrome device is needed, an inkjet or laser printer and the amount of documents that will require printing on an average day.
Ms Riofrio stated on the pages of the news provider: "If you print just a dozen or so pages a day, a low-volume printer with a 100-sheet input tray.
"If you print 100 or more pages per day, your printer's minimum input capacity should be 250 or better, 500 sheets."
She added that a rule of thumb that should be followed is that those completing a vast number of prints each day will be best served searching for a device which utilises high-yield ink cartridges.
Sandy Berger recently suggested in a review of the Samsung ML-2525W laser printer for Hardware Secrets that money could be saved by purchasing high-yield ink cartridges.
By Johnny McMaster
Consumers and businesses in the market for a new printer may be interested to hear that the team at Trusted Reviews gave the Samsung CLP-620ND a very positive review.
With so much competition and confusion in the printer ink market it's reassuring to receive a clear idea about what is best to go with -ink cartridges or toner cartridges, inkjet or laser - and this review does just that.
The review gives the printer high marks for its range of features - including the choice to print single or double-sided sheets - and its speed which was timed at 10.7 pages per minute.
Giving his verdict, the reviewer Simon Williams wrote: " Like its multifunction sibling, the Samsung CLP-620ND is very good at what it does.
"It prints black and colour pages at high quality, with particularly good colour rendition for a laser. It does it quickly, single or double-sided, with minimum fuss and maintenance is both reasonable in cost and quick and easy to do."
By Canzil Ahmed
We now have huge stocks of the popular Original Samsung M40 Black Ink Cartridge.
This enables us to sell this Original Samsung cartridge at a very low £19.99.
We think you will find that this is the lowest price you will find for this cartridge on the internet, plus you get free delivery and 10% discount off all your future orders with us.
Some online ink stores are selling this cartridge for a massive £15.00 more than us!
This cartridge has a 17ml capacity and is capable of printing approximately 750 pages at a 5% average coverage.
This genuine Samsung M40 black ink cartridge is compatible with the following printers:
Order your Samsung M40 Ink Cartridge with free delivery here
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