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Compatible, Class A or Genuine Cartridge/Toner?

Compatible, Class A or Genuine Cartridge/Toner?

Compatible, Class A or Genuine Cartridge/Toner?


From my previous company we do a printer renting we will rent the printers but we buy all the supplies from them and if there's a problem they will change the item or fix.

Now I move to a new company so the setup are different they have different suppliers or buy their printer online. History of their printers they have a problem because they use class A toners or cartridge . and they bought a new printer now they are looking for supplies that can save money , I know genuine will cost you more money and compatible will save you money but i'm not sure if it will damage my printer or no.

Anyone have suggestions?

RE: Compatible, Class A or Genuine Cartridge/Toner?

A little late but I've been using "compatible" cartridges for years and years in commercial environments.
The brand that I have most success with is called Linkyo and they are available from Amazon.com and supermediastore.com
And I've used them in larger multi-state commercial bank branches and data centers quite successfully. I also use their brand ink as well.
Prices are great and performance is even better.

RE: Compatible, Class A or Genuine Cartridge/Toner?

So it's fine to use compatible cartridge?
It only depends on the supplier?

Because on my previous work i use refillable cartridge toners but i don't have issue except the quality.

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