Toner Cartridge Barn has released a compatible Brother LC-79 cartridge for inkjet printers. This product is a good alternative to pricier models.
Online PR News – 25-August-2013 – Los Angeles, California – Toner Cartridge Barn, an online retailer of ink cartridges for inkjet printers and toner cartridges for laser toners, has introduced a compatible Brother LC-79. The ink cartridge has a 1,200 page yield at 5% coverage. The unit, which sells for $8.51, is compatible with the MFC-J6510DW and MFC-J6910DW printers. Brother Industries is a company that markets its products under its own name and under original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreements with other organizations.
Ink cartridges generally include partitioned ink reservoirs, and some of these products have electronic contacts and a microchip. These devices are often very expensive, which is why many printer users choose to buy compatible cartridges from reputable sellers. Consumers who wish to reduce their printing costs may also use continuous ink systems with external ink tanks. Other options include re-manufactured cartridges and aftermarket inks. Some printer manufacturers claim that the use of compatible and re-manufactured cartridges can damage inkjet printers, but Toner Cartridge Barn's products ensure that users will not encounter problems or defects. The online retailer's compatible cartridges were made using high-quality materials, and the manufacturers ensure that their products exceed industry standards.
Marcial Bonifacio, Toner Cartridge Barn's managing director, is aware that needs of printer users continue to grow. Because of this, the company continues to expand its product line. 'Our wide range of products aim to satisfy the needs of our customers,' he shares. 'Our efforts will continue to focus on the addition of high-quality and inexpensive laser toners and ink cartridges, he also adds.
The online seller's laser toners also aim to help laser printer users in reducing their printing costs. The company's compatible toners, just like compatible ink cartridges, may be used to achieve substantial cost savings. OEM toner cartridges can sometimes exceed the cost of the printer, which is why consumers are advised to purchase compatible gadgets that are capable of matching the performance of genuine products. One misconception about compatible or alternative brand toners is that these products are simply cheap copies of OEM brands. These cartridges also follow strict standards set by the printing equipment industry.
Toner Cartridge Barn is a premiere retailer of Laser Toners and Ink Cartridges. Based in Southern California, Toner Cartridge Barn carries a complete line of printer cartridges from major brands such as HP, Brother, Canon and Dell.
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