Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Samsung ML2010 Toner Cartridge - Not Scanty at 3,000 Page Yield


Samsung ML2010 Toner Cartridge - Not Scanty at 3,000 Page Yield


Samsung Toner Cartridge
The Samsung ML2010 black and white laser printer has a skimpy starter toner cartridge capable of producing 1000 pages; however, the replacement ML2010d3 toner cartridge produces a generous 3000 page yield. At $80 and 3000 pages of stunning prints, the Samsung ML2010 toner cartridge is considered a great value compared to its competition.
The previous statement may sound self-serving to the printer manufacturer, but satisfied users can attest with conviction that the Samsung ML2010d3 is really one of the finest black and white laser printer ever produced in the market. Together with the Samsung ML2010 toner cartridge, it can deliver text at 17ppm (pages per minute) and graphics at 16ppm. Fits anywhere in small offices with its small footprint and has a base price of only $150. You could not possibly ask for more as it is the best printer suited for home office and business.
Compatible Toner Refill Kit
The Samsung ML2010 toner cartridge can survive three-toner refilling and could be refilled with a toner that raises the print capacity of up to 12000 pages. The ML2010d3 offers CPP (cost per page) of documents to 2.7 cents; however, using the toner refill kit narrows the CPP down to less than a cent (0.86) in the cartridge's lifetime. Users get the best of both worlds with an affordable black and white laser printer and the lowest cost of toner consumable at $8 per refill.
The cost of the ML2010d3 toner refill kit is very affordable compared to its OEM counterparts. The typical reaction of most users is to question print quality. Nevertheless, after getting past the initial reaction, users are guaranteed to experience similar fine prints delivered by the OEM Samsung ML2010 toner cartridge; consumers can also disregard the idea that the black and white laser printer might suffer degrees of deterioration later on. True enough, most user feedbacks online are positive and hovers around the quality and performance of the toner refill kit.
Excerpt from G. Chu's Review: "Print quality was fine. I don't do any major quality prints, so I can't distinguish subtleties, but it looks pretty good to me."
Positive responses from users about the toner refill kit is quite expected as the process of its manufacturing and laboratory testing has been patterned after the production of its OEM toner cartridge counterpart. Thus, users are assured of its print and yield performance to match, if not exceed that of the OEM. The only difference between the two products is the cost, since toner refilling is 90% cheaper than a new OEM replacement cartridge.
If the Samsung ML2010 toner cartridge print capacity is scanty, you have to think again. As certainly, an OEM capable of producing 3000 pages and a toner refill kit producing 9000 pages prove to be truly generous and economical.


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