Samsung Introduces Refillable Ink-Tank Printers in South Korea

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A model poses with the Samsung Inkjet Plus printers in this photo released by Samsung Electronics Co. on July 3, 2018. (Yonhap)

Samsung Inkjet Plus refillable inkjet printers

Earlier this month, Samsung Electronics introduced the Samsung Inkjet Plus printer series for the South Korean market. Samsung says the series – which is manufactured by HP Inc. – features refillable ink tanks, which the company says enables users to print at a lower cost.

The Samsung Inkjet Plus is an All-in-One that, with its large, refillable ink tanks, is said to enable users to print 10 color pages for only 13 won ($0.01).

Samsung said the new printer is suitable for offices and schools which need to print large amounts of materials

Users can also check the remaining amount of inks visually, and the product also comes with a nozzle that prevents leaks.

In addition, Samsung said its ink can last up to 25 years when printed on general-use paper, and 75 years on photo paper.

The Samsung Inkjet Plus is priced at 219,000 won, while the model with wireless connectivity is priced at 249,000 won.

The series consists of the SL-J1560, which features:

  • Print, copy, and scan.
  • 17 (black)/15 (color) ppm print speed
  • 4,800 dpi resolution.
  • Print 6,000 black and 8,000 color prints without replacing ink; Samsung says the printer can print 1,000 ~ 3,000 pages more than other printers with the initial included ink.

There is also the Sl-J1560W, which is the same as the SL-J1560, but features Wi-Fi wireless connectivity.

The SL-J1563W features a faster print speed (19 [black]/15 [color] ppm), as well as Wi-Fi wireless connectivity.

There is ink in the printer.

The new inkjets features splash-free ink bottles for mess-free ink-tank refilling.

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