Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011
Printing costs can be pretty steep, so cutting the costs on inks and toners is vital for helping your business save money.
Buying inks and toners online can save you a significant amount of money because online retailers can offer you the discounted prices due to the smaller business overheads, without the need for a physical location. This also saves you money on petrol you would have used if you were driving to a nearby shop to buy inks and toners.
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The advantages of buying inks and toners online, is that many companies offer free delivery (some even do free next day delivery!) and in some cases you may get special discounts on buying cartridges in bulk.
The disadvantages of buying you printing supplies online though are that you can’t see the items physically, and so you unable to fully assess the quality of the product. Secondly if you required a product on an urgent basis, it’s not ideal to buy online as little or no online retailers offer same day delivery. However, proper planning and ordering in advance can help you get the delivery on time.
Mouse2House is an online office computer supplies store, which offers both original and recycled original ink and toner cartridges suitable for a wide range of printers at competitive prices. Our recycled original cartridges are up to 70% cheaper than the originals and are guaranteed to offer the same quality. They come with a next working day replacement service and a 100% money back guarantee. These cartridges are from our suppliers GreenTech, who professionally remanufacture empty originals at their warehouse in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. Their remanufactured inks and toners provide the same print quality and page yield as the original and come with money back guarantee.
To know more about inks and toners from Mouse2House, please visit our website here.
Thursday, December 16th, 2010
Buying an original Samsung toner cartridge can be quite pricey as they are known for their high-quality, long lasting prints. However, with the help of technology, different manufacturers have now been able to produce compatible and remanufactured Samsung toners, which are ultimately, a lot cheaper.
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The performance of remanufactured Samsung toners has been tested over the years and these products have been found to be producing the same quality as the originals. Conducting a user test with two Samsung toners, one which is remanufactured and the other one that is an original (OEM), can help you to really see if there are any visible differences in the outputs. Of course, you have to make sure that you are printing the same document to have equal consumption and distribution of the Samsung toner.
After looking into the printing part of a remanufactured Samsung toner, you can now compare the prices of the two items. The original Samsung toner cartridges are more costly because of the extensive and complex processing done by the brand name of Samsung. Most consumers are paying for the brand, not the cartridge itself. Toner cartridge remanufacturers on the other hand spend their money ensuring quality control stages like inspections, print testing and full packaging procedures.
Here at Mouse2House, our recycled original Samsung toner cartridges are up to 70% cheaper than the originals. So by simply switching to recycled original Samsung toners, you could be saving your business hundreds of pounds a year.
These cartridges are professionally remanufactured by our suppliers, GreenTech, who are based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. They remanufacture the original Samsung toner cartridges and turn them into remanufactured cartridges which is why they produce the same results (print quality and page yield) as the original. Here at Mouse2House we offer a 1 year money-back guarantee with a 24hr replacement service and free delivery on all our Samsung toners.
In addition to recycled original Samsung toner cartridges, we also sell the original Samsung toners. To find out more about our Samsung toner supplies please click here.
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
Paying for toner and ink cartridges has become a great concern for most businesses. According to the New York Times, printer ink is more valuable than many expensive perfumes and is one of the most expensive liquids on the earth. This is why the consumers are now more inclined towards using recycled original toner cartridges as a cost effective approach to their toner supplies.
Using recycled original toner cartridges instead of original cartridges is a great way to save money as the Rochester Institute of Technology states “buying a remanufactured product can cost customers 50% to 75% cheaper than a new product by Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).”
Recycled Original Brother DR6000 Drum Unit
Here at Mouse2House, our recycled original cartridges are up to 70% cheaper than the originals. So by simply switching to recycled original cartridges, you could be saving your business hundreds of pounds a year on toner supplies.
At our factory in Peterborough, we remanufacture the toner cartridges and that’s why you get the same results (print quality and page yield) as the original.
These cartridges are professionally remanufactured from our suppliers, GreenTech, who are based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. We offer 1 year money-back guarantee with a 24hr replacement service and free delivery on all our toner supplies.
In addition to recycled original toner cartridges, we also sell original toners. To find out more about our toner supplies please click here.
Friday, December 3rd, 2010
Toner Supply – List of toner cartridge brands available from Mouse2House
If you’ve run out of your toner supply and are looking to buy new laser printer toners for your home, home office or business of any magnitude, Mouse2House is the place to look. Here at Mouse2House, an online toner supply store, we’re selling a wide range of toners including big names like Brother, Canon, HP, Xerox, Epson, Dell, Samsung, IBM, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Lexmark, Oki, Panasonic, Philips, Sharp and BT. (more…)
Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
Ever wondered what’s the difference between an inkjet and laser printer? How do you know what cartridges are compatible with your printer? What’s the difference between an original, recycled and compatible cartridge?
Well if any of these questions have passed through your mind, but you were too afraid to ask then fear not! We’ve spared you the shame of asking these questions out loud – you can read this informative post instead.
Yield is the amount of pages the cartridges is likely to produce at a standard 5% coverage. For example, if the cartridge description tells you that it has a page yield of 2,000 pages, then this means that that cartridge is likely to produce 2,000 pages at 5% coverage. Obviously if you are printing lots of photo then you would be printing at a higher % coverage, meaning your page yield is likely to decrease. The yield description advises you when buying your cartridge, so you know roughly how long that cartridge will last. (more…)
Friday, October 15th, 2010
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While we have seen some advancements in the functionality of the printers, like web-connected printers from HP that use detachable Android tablets as a user interface, but there’s one thing printer manufacturers have been neglecting; the space they occupy in your home and office, especially the large laser printers at offices. (more…)
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
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Choosing the right printer can be a daunting task. There are several different types of printing technology to choose from, each suited for different needs. The many specifications for resolution and speed can be misleading. As a rule of thumb, inkjet printers are a must for long-lasting photos, while laser printers are best to produce speedy text documents.
In our printer buyer’s guide we intend to give you an extra bit of knowledge that can help you make the right choice. (more…)