The company has unveiled its latest releases, comprising replacement chips for use in various Sharp machines.
The first-to-market replacement chips are SoC design, and offer “consistent performance,” according to Apex, as well as being “easy to install in recycled cartridges.”
They are available for use in the Sharp MX-B355W/B455W/MX-B350P/MX-B450P/MX-B350W/MX-B450W, compatible with black cartridges and with a page yield of 30,000 pages. Replacement chips for drum units compatible with the same printers have also been released, with a page yield of 100,000 pages.
The Sharp models were released in March of this year, and boast “all the speed and efficiency you’d expect from a larger device, but small enough to be used wherever you need,” according to Apex.
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