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Rising Demand Of Non-original Epson Printer Ink Cartridges

  • by Lotikxane
  • 2 Years ago
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Epson Expression printers have had a real impact on the local market of printer ink in Dublin in recent months with the Epson expression range reportedly becoming one of the fastest-selling model of all time for Epson. This all-in-one printer copier scanner was flying off the shelves in all the main stores, pre-back to school in September and is continuing to do very well in the battle against HP and Brother.

The main appeal of this range is the versatility combined with its acceptance of low-cost non-original ink cartridges. This series of Epson printers is ideal for home use or a small office and will print full colour with four inks. Being able to replace the individual cartridges is a big plus for it and with the compatible version available online, for as little as one euro, then it has virtually no competition from its rivals at HP, Brother or Samsung.

Original brand inks have become outrageously expensive over the last two years, in some cases costing more per ml than a good quality champagne or Chanel No. 5 perfumes! The rise of compatible ink has grown to such levels that there is a big demand for high-quality compatible ink cartridges from home and business users alike and with the advent of low-cost delivery or in some cases free delivery, it has become much easier to place the order from the comfort of your own home or office.

Dublin ink prices have forced printer owners to go down two routes, one being refill and the other being making the switch to compatible non-genuine ink cartridges. Home users have been using the compatible range of ink and toners for years, but now more and more businesses are making the switch too in an effort to make big savings on their yearly printing budget.

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