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Black Rhino Printer Supplies – The Proven OEM Alternative It All Starts With an Original When you buy a cartridge that’s made by a specific printer brand for use with that brand, it’s called an original equipment manufacturer product, or “OEM” for short. OEM ink and toner products set the standards of quality and performance. They’re dependable, they produce incredible print work, and they’re designed specifically to work...
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You Have A Choice - The Magnusson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act Understanding The Options - OEM vs. Remanufactured You may have heard the term "OEM" used before, but what does OEM mean or stand for? OEM refers to “original equipment manufacturer.” In other words, if Brother made your printer, they've also made a toner or ink cartridge to go with it. No doubt about it, these high quality cartridges were...
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In Memoriam - Rick Cmar If I had to use a term to describe Rick, I would use Renaissance Man. Not solely because of his participation in Renaissance festival, but because Rick was so talented at so many things and through his efforts, touched so many lives. I have been amazed for years trying to figure out how he did it all - from technical genius, to woodworker to salesman to community icon.   Rick has been with me and...
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HP Announces Ink, Toner & Print Head Price Increase for December 2017 Beginning December 1st, HP has announced an increase in list prices on select HP Original LaserJet Toner Cartridges by 5% and select HP Original Small Format Ink Cartridges and print heads by a range of 1% to 10%. The price increase is a result of HP's standard portfolio management process. For more information on these adjustments, please read the...
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  Promotion Period: 4/13/2017 - 5/31/2017   Promotion: $320 Instant Savings While Supplies Last   Product Description: Xerox® Phaser® 6500 Plus Free Duplex Unit Please see the full description and specifics of this promotion by clicking here.  
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General Data Secures Partnership with Extreme Networks As you may already know, Extreme Networks has recently acquired Zebra's Wireless LAN business. To ensure that our current customers are supported through this transition, General Data has secured it's partnership with Extreme Networks. We are happy to announce that we are a Silver Partner, allowing us to continue to provide exceptional customer experiences. As an Extreme...
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Xerox eConcierge FAQs What is the Xerox eConcierge service? It’s the quickest, easiest way to order printer supplies. No more manually checking the supply levels of each of your networked printers, searching for model and part numbers, or looking for vendors who have your supplies in stock. Xerox eConcierge accurately gathers all the time consuming details and delivers the information to you via email. When it’s time to...
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5 Ways to Reduce Costs with MFPs Looking for ways to reduce costs?  Today, more businesses are using multifunction printers (MFPs) to manage and control their costs.       (click photo for larger view) 1. Consolidate devices and save MFPs help reduce costs by consolidating all the functions of multiple office products (copy, fax, scan, print) into one space-saving device that does it all. This helps you reduce...
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New Year’s Resolution: Lower My Environmental Impact If this sounds like an item on your list of resolutions this year, you’ll want to keep reading.   General Data has become an authorized channel partner of the PrintReleaf Exchange (PRX), the first technology platform to enable cloud-based forest product (e.g., paper) tracking and reforestation. This strategic partnership allows us to provide our customers with an...
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  1. Thermal Thermal transfer printing uses a thermal printhead to apply heat to a material that is being marked. The printhead applied heat to a thermal ribbon which produces an image on the material.  Common applications: product identification, permanent identification, asset tagging, certification labels, cold storage, outdoor applications. Direct thermal printing also uses a thermal printhead...

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