Ink Cartridge Warning Good On Dell Printer

2010-05-27 16:31:09

Published on 2010-05-27 16:31:09

One of the benefits of Dell’s Photo All-in-One Printer A922 is the remainder shown to users that the ink cartridge will soon need replacing, a review has noted.

According to Boosh News, the main aim of the offering is to allow users to print, copy and scan documents, with it including many functions that may be familiar to owners of Lexmark printers.

Among these is the choice to profit from N-up printing, which allows numerous images to be printed onto a single page.

It is suggested that 638 pages can be expected to be printed when using a high-yield black ink cartridge, while a tricolour ink cartridge will provide 561 pages.

Meanwhile, users may want to avoid opting for more standard ink cartridges, as in black it will only produce 298 pages, and this drops to 237 in colour.

The review concluded: "We were pleased by the print quality. Both text and graphics examples showed excellent detail – among the sharpest we've noticed from an inkjet printer. The photo printout was likewise well detailed."

Dell launched its new range of ink cartridges earlier this year, which recycled used cartridges to minimise waste and support the environment.

By Johnny McMaster

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