N/APosted on - 01/17/2017
Guys I am a college graduate and I have to take a lot of printouts for my projects and assignments, so as you all can guess how frequently I may run out of ink. Now I have always used Epson ink in my P50 printer, which is a bit expensive and costs me a lot monthly. But recently one of my friends told me about Non OEM inks which he says are cheap. So can anyone tell me what is nonoem ink and how come isn’t it cheap?
Article Over What Is Nonoem Ink And What Are Impacts Of Using Them.
OEM stands for“Original Equipment Manufacturer”. And now an OEM ink is the ink manufactured by the manufacturer of your printer. They are usually a perfect match for your printer as they are specially manufactured to support your printer. Now as it is because they are manufactured my the printer manufacturers to support a particular version of their printers they are usually expensive. That’s where NonOEM inks comes to the scene, NonOEM inks are the opposite of OEM’s which are also called as compatible inks.
NonOEM inks are usually manufactured by third-party manufacturers. These inks are manufactured to support many printers which are of the similar make. They are compatible with many printers also they are not as perfect as an OEM ink. And It is quite understandable, like all other electronics products OEM inks are a better match for printers. Non-OEM’s are comparatively cheap for the same reason. Which makes them quite popular but have they also have their cons. They may cause issues like nozzle clogging, lower print quality and other unmentionable problems in the long run. But looking at the price and for a small-scale use they are a better alternative to OEM’s.