HP 63XL Compatible Ink Post Brand Cartridges

We now offer HP 63XL Black and Colour Ink Post Brand compatible printer cartridges.

Both cartridges are HiYield offering 2x more pages than the standard size cartridge.
HP 63XL Black compatible 480 pages – $32.00
HP 63XL Colour compatible 330 Pages – $35.00

Cartridges to suit printers;
Deskjet 2130 Deskjet 2131 Deskjet 3630 Deskjet 3632
Envy 4520 Envy 4523 Envy 4524
Officejet 3830 Officejet 4650

Inkpost offer free delivery for orders over $75 in the Sydney metro area. Otherwise a $5 freight charge applies. You can also pick up from our store in Kirrawee NSW.

Please contact us for further information
1300 793 593

HP 955XL HiYield Printer Cartridges

HP has released new printer cartridges:

HP 955XL Black HiYield 2,000 pages
HP 955XL Cyan HiYield 1,600 pages
HP 955XL Magenta HiYield 1,600 pages
HP 955XL Yellow HiYield 1,600 pages

We also offer a value pack containing 1 of each colour as well as standard size cartridges in black, cyan, magenta and yellow.

These new cartridges suit a variety of new HP Printers including:
Officejet Pro 7740 Officejet Pro 8210 Officejet Pro 8216 Officejet Pro 8710 Officejet Pro 8720 Officejet Pro 8730 Officejet Pro 8740

Inkpost offer free delivery for orders over $75 in the Sydney metro area. Otherwise a $5 freight charge applies. You can also pick up from our store in Kirrawee NSW.

Please contact us for further information
1300 793 593

Epson 29XL Printer Cartridges

Epson have released 2 new printers:
Epson Expression Home XP-235
Epson Expression Home XP-432

29XL Black HiYield up to 470 pages
29XL Cyan, Magenta & Yellow Hi-Yield up to 450 pages each

The Epson original printer cartridges are only available from Officeworks.

We have limited stock of our own compatible cartridges available at $18.00 each.

Please contact us for further information.
Phone: 1300 793 593
Email: sales@inkpost.com.au

Ink Post Is Moving

On Friday 13/01/2017 Ink Post Australia is moving.

New address: Unit 26A, 3-11 Flora Street, Kirrawee NSW 2232

All our other details remain the same.
Phone: 1300 793 593
Fax: 02 9521 7499
Email: sales@inkpost.com.au
Postal: Po Box 2521, Taren Point NSW 2229

We look forward to seeing you in the new store.

Brother MFC-9335CDW | Colour Laser / LED Multifunction Centre

The MFC-9335CDW offers a wide range of features designed with you and your business in mind.Combined into a sleek, compact Multi-Function Centre® with print speeds of up to 22ppm, wireless connectivity, NFC and 2-Sided printing the MFC-9335CDW does it all with ease while also offering high yield toner cartridges to help reduce your total printing costs.

◦ 250 Sheet Paper Capacity
◦ Wireless Network Ready
◦ Near Field Communication (NFC)
◦ iPrint&Scan
◦ AirPrint
◦ Automatic Duplex
◦ Secure Print
◦ Direct Print From USB Devices

TN-251 Black up to 2,500 pages.

TN-251 Cyan, Magenta and Yellow up to 1,400 pages

High Yield TN-255 Cyan, Magenta and Yellow  up to 2,200 pages.

Declared yields in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798.

Inkpost has compatible TN-251 black and TN-251 Cyan, Magenta and Yellow cartridges

at prices 50% cheaper than the original manufacturers cartridges.

Inkpost has compatible high yield TN-255 Cyan, Magenta and Yellow cartridges at prices

53% cheaper than the original manufacturers cartridges.



HP A3 Officejet 7612 wide format all in one printer

Get noticed with versatile, wide-format printing using the HP A3 Officejet 7612 wide format all in one printer.

Print eye-catching colour in a wide range of sizes—from 3 x 5 to 13 x 19 inches. Scan, copy, and fax with ease.
Create borderless flyers, brochures, marketing materials, and more in-house—for less than a print shop.
Get professional-quality prints at a low cost per page, using high-capacity, individual ink cartridges.
Rely on time-saving features to ease office tasks

Scan large documents in a single pass, using the 11 x 17-inch glass on this surprisingly compact e-all-in-one.
Reload paper less and handle large print jobs, using the automatic document feeder and 250-sheet paper tray.
Simplify workflows. Business apps let you access, store, print, and more—right from the colour display.
Depend on HP for reliable productivity. This e-all-in-one was designed for volumes up to 800 pages per month.
Connect and print—at the office or on the go.

Print wirelessly on your office network and share this HP e-all-in-one with other wireless-enabled PCs.
Print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere with HP ePrint.
Print from your wireless-enabled mobile device—without a network—using wireless direct printing.
Add this e-all-in-one to your Ethernet network to easily share with your workgroup.
Reduce your impact without sacrificing performance

Save energy without sacrificing performance—this device is ENERGY STAR® 2.0 qualified.
Save up to 50% on paper costs, using automatic two-sided printing.
Save up to 40% on energy—preset this e-all-in-one to turn on or off with Schedule On and Schedule Off.

Save on printing costs using our Ink Post compatible cartridges.

HP 932XL black 1000 pages @5% coverage or the HP 933XL colours that do 825 pages @5% coverage.

Samsung CLT-W504 Waste Toner Bottle

Every time a laser imaging device prints a page, a tiny amount of toner is left on the drum which is scraped off and deposited into waste toner bottle. Eventually the waste toner bottle fills up and needs to be replaced. Machines will usually stop printing when the waste toner bottle fills up to avoid overflows, and will refuse to print until the bottle is replaced.

Samsung CLT-W504 Waste Toner Bottle

The CLP-W504 waste toner bottle is a critical part of the colour printing process. Every time a page is printed, a tiny amount of toner is left on the drum, which is wiped off with a blade and diverted to the waste toner bottle. Over time, the bottle becomes full and needs to be replaced. Usually your printer will stop printing pages until you replace the waste toner bottle – this is to prevent an overflow of waste toner into your device. A wise choice is to have a spare on hand to minimize downtime.

Surprisingly these waste toner bottles like to be replaced and not simply cleaned out when full. Most printers give a warning this is about to happen however most users ignore this warning. Unsurprisingly the cheapest consumable then becomes the most important.

Canon PIXMA MX926 inkjet multifunction printer

Printers may not be the sexiest or most interesting pieces of technology, but if you’re running any kind of business operation, or even a simple home office, odds are you’ll need to print something sooner or later.

Canon’s top office inkjet printer is a great all-in-one, competently handling multi-page document printing, the occasional photo print-out with excellent quality, as well as less common office tasks like faxing and multi-page scanning. Canon’s PIXMA MX926 is an inkjet multifunction printer with all the bells and whistles. It’s designed for the home office user that has a lot of requirements, or a family with diverse printing needs.

The PIXMA MX926, as office printers goes, is quite compact. We like that Canon’s inkjet printers are relatively monolithic — they don’t have paper trays protruding from the front or top or back, so you can push them right up against the back of a bookshelf.

The MX926 is laid out in a way that makes it easy to use — there are no big surprises up here. There’s a massive 250-sheet plain paper input tray at the printer’s front base, with a 20-sheet dedicated variable-size paper tray slightly further up. The printer’s output tray pops open automatically when there’s a print job pending, although it doesn’t close afterwards.

Up top, the printer has a flatbed scanner capable of 2400x4800dpi, with a maximum sheet size slightly larger than A4. There’s a 30-sheet automatic document feeder for the scanner head, too, and it’s duplex-capable which makes digitising a multi-page, dual-sided document far easier than on a non-duplex-capable model. The PIXMA MX926 also has a 33.6kbps fax; if your business still needs to fax stuff, this drastically reduces the number of printers you can choose from, so it’s good to see the MX926 include it for peace of mind.

The printer’s controls are set out facing slightly upwards on the top, so they can be easily seen when the printer’s sitting on a desk at waist level or above. There’s a 3-inch colour screen, and a four-by-three grid of glossy black squares that light up with symbols depending on which part of the printer’s menu system you’re in. It’s a simple idea that’s more responsive than a touch screen and easier to see from a distance or without reading glasses.

Be aware you’ll have to buy the PGI-650XL/CLI-651XL value packs for the best value per page. Look for our Inkpost compatible value pack for savings of up to 54%.

The Canon PIXMA MX926 uses five ink cartridges. There’s a pigment black, used for monochrome document printing, and photo black, cyan, magenta, and yellow ink cartridges used for colour document and photo printing.

You can buy standard-size cartridges. The standard PGI-650BK should produce around 300 pages and the CLI-651-BK, cyan, magenta and yellow which are good for around 300 colour document pages. Far better value is paying a few extra dollars per cartridge for CLI-651XL cartridges, which more than double the number of printable pages per refill in most cases. The PGI-650XL pigment black is fine for around 500 pages. There’s even a PGI-655XXL pigment black which boosts output to 1000 pages.

Using this printer for anything but the highest volume of printing produces prices per page that are competitive with low- and medium-priced laser or LED printers, as well as any inkjet competitor.

The PIXMA MX926 has a 9600x2400dpi print-head, so it should be able to print just about as finely as the top photo printers on the market. It does a really good job of fine detail in borderless A4 prints, as long as you’re printing from an appropriately high quality source.

The MX926 has a quiet mode that can be enabled, slowing down print speeds slightly but saving your ears the drone of the print-head whizzing back and forth. We would leave this on as we’d choose a quiet printer over a quick one any day. You can also set the quiet mode to turn on and off at specific times of day — when you’re working in your home office in the evening with kids around, having the printer as quiet and unobtrusive as possible is a smart move.

The PIXMA MX926’s driver interface may not look as modern or polished as HP’s, or Epson’s, but it’s straight-forward, easy to understand, and customisable. We opted to make the print status box pop up every time printing started, on top of all other dialog boxes, with an up-to-date ink level report — call us paranoid, but we like to know exactly what’s going on when we click Print.

Canon PIXMA MX926: Conclusion

Canon’s PIXMA MX926 produces monochrome and colour documents quickly, quietly, and clearly — they look great considering inkjets are usually inferior to laser printers in this area. High quality photo prints, built-in Wi-Fi, automatic duplex scanning and printing are icing on the cake.

If you’re looking for a versatile small office or home office printer, we’d give serious consideration to the MX926.

Hewlett Packard to take over Samsung printer business

HP Inc.’s planned acquisition of Samsung’s printer business looks to disrupt the traditional copier industry.

The transaction should help the company provide value-add to customers through reduced machine servicing and printing costs.

With respect to the company itself, the acquisition should help expand margins, accelerate growth, slightly consolidate the industry, and enhance its business partnership with Canon.

Last week, HP Inc. announced its plan to acquire Samsung Electronics’s printer/copier business for $1.05 billion.

HP believe the transaction has many strategic and financial factors going in its favor.

The $55 billion copier industry is a mature, service-intensive segment that a bigger player like HP can disrupt by onboarding the right intellectual property. Samsung owns approximately 6,500 printing technology patents and HP will have the benefit of picking up 1,300 researchers and engineers who specialize in the field. HP believes that with Samsung’s assets it can revive an industry that is largely stagnant, has improved little technologically over the past decade, and rife with product offerings that possess unnecessarily high costs of servicing. Management asserts that the number of serviceable parts in its newest printers will be approximately seven versus 24 for traditional copiers.

Samsung’s printing unit is a higher-margin segment relative to HP’s core operations and also offers immediate cost-cutting opportunities. HP CEO Dion Weisler expects the transaction to be accretive to earnings within the first twelve months. HP also intends to complete the purchase using offshore cash, given the tax disincentives of repatriating the cash back to the US. Samsung’s South Korea domicile will benefit HP by expanding the company’s presence in Asia.