Month: March 2017
Remanufactured cartridges provide dependable, fair printing solutions to those, who are on the lookout for inexpensive printing experience.
What Are Remanufactured Cartridges
At times, these are referred as to recycled cartridges, which have been produced through a recycling or remanufacturing process. These printer ink replacements are prepared at the recycling plant of either original brands or third party manufacturers.
In the recycling route, empty (original) cartridges are taken through dense checkup to ensure the health of plastic cases. Cases, then, are filled with premium quality inks. The premium quality ink ensures the finer quality printing experience. As no fresh plastic cases are used in the manufacturing, the cost of the bundle of recycled cartridge remains low.
Many inkjet cartridges currently available for Epson, Brother and many Canon printers (also a handful of Hp printers) are brand new compatibles. These are not original brand name OEM cartridges; they are new cartridges made by a different manufacturer.
These cartridges do not have a printhead built in to each cartridge so it is a much simpler design with less electronics. Most compatible cartridges contain no moving parts other than a simple spring locking clip on the outside of the cartridge that holds it in place inside the printer. This simple design also allows for the replication of the cartridge by other manufacturers with slight variations, while still respecting the original patented design of the OEM. Epson, Brother and many Canon printers have the printhead built into the printer itself so each replaced cartridge only replaces the ink, not the entire printhead.
What Internet browser are you using?
Are you happy with it?
If you’re not sure what an Internet browser is (don’t laugh, many aren’t sure), it’s the software application installed on your computer that turns internet website files into the visual web pages you can interact with.
Different browsers have different features, strengths and weaknesses, which also change over time (anyone remember Netscape?). Since technology is always changing, it’s good to occasionally review your choices, so here is a quick run down of 3 popular browsers – Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. There are a few others out there, but we will talk about these three.