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WHY USE GENUINE CANON INKS AND TONER?
More Vibrant Colors
Color vibrancy is what makes a photo truly special. Canon Genuine inks are formulated to produce exceptionally vibrant colors that are both accurate and unforgettable. Skin tones are beautifully natural. Bright colors are excitingly vivid. And the in-between shades are always subtly expressive. With Genuine Canon inks, you get colors as vibrant as life.
Independent Tests Prove The Superior Color Characteristics Of Genuine Inks
Allion, an independent testing company in Japan, performed extensive tests on the color accuracy of photos printed with genuine inks versus those printed with non-genuine inks.
Photos That Last And Last
Canon's Genuine inks and photo papers are engineered to wok together. The result of this synergy is brilliant, fade-resistant prints that can last up to 300 years! With non-genuine inks your photos often begin fading the moment they are printed. So save your money and your memories by using Canon Genuine inks and photo papers.
Protect Your Print Head
Canon's FINE™ print head technology produces microscopic ink droplets as small as one picolitre! Obviously, with a print head this scientifically precise, it is critically important to use inks designed and engineered specifically for FINE™ print heads - Canon Genuine inks. Anything less will result in compromised photo quality and damage your printer.
Don't Be Fooled: How to Identify A Genuine Canon Ink Cartridge
It's sometimes difficult to tell a counterfeit ink cartridge from the real thing, because product packaging can be very similar. However, the quality of the contents couldn't be further apart. A Genuine Canon ink cartridge ensures optimal printer performance, while counterfeits can cause blocked printer heads, ink leakage, poor printer performance and inferior image quality. So don't be fooled! Click on the following links and learn how to spot a fake!
Pages per minute (ppm) – educate yourself and don't be misled by claims.
It might surprise you to learn that it's virtually impossible to know the speed of a printer simply by referring to the manufacturer's "pages per minute (ppm)" claim. That's because there is no uniform standard to determine what makes up a page. For instance, one manufacturer could base their ppm claim on a full page of text; another might print only a few lines and call it a page. This means that a 10ppm printer might actually be faster than one that claims to print 30ppm. It can get very confusing! That's why the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) created uniform printing and copying standards to be used by all manufacturers. But rather base speed on ppm, the ISO standards measure "images per minute" (ipm). This allows you to differentiate between a manufacturer's ppm claim – which offers no basis for comparison – and the universal standard ipm, which provides an accurate comparison of various printer brands. Unfortunately, some printer manufacturers have yet to adopt the universal ISO standards. So when you’re shopping for a printer, it's very important to make sure the speed claim is stated in "ipm". Otherwise it's impossible to determine how fast (or slow) a printer really is.
Last Updated @ 3/28/2016 6:40:49 PM