Image King toner cartridge 103a and 110 for HP printers

Automated ink monitoring system


Image Star Print Solutions, a provider of compatible laser toner cartridges and printer powder, has launched Image King Toner Cartridge 103a and Image King Toner Cartridge 110 for HP printers. The toner cartriges, launched under Image Star’s flagship brand Image King, come with ‘Ink Smart Chip,’ which lets the user know when the printer’s toner is low through a pop-up warning on the connected PC. This helps monitor the reserves and levels of the current toner cartridge.

Image King 103a toner cartridge is compatible with LASAR 1000W, 1000A, MFP 1200A and MFP 1200W. Image King 110 toner cartridge is compatible with LASER 108, MFP 136 and MFP 138. Imaging dealers and partners can get the cartridges at any of the Image Star branches. These cartridges will help dealers get the quality they’re looking for at a competitive price point for their HP models.

“We at Image King support our partners with the latest cartridge models that are compatible with the latest printers. Our channel partners have been a great support to us throughout the distribution of our products,” said A Masood Khan, chief executive officer at Image Star Print Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

These specially designed cartridges with ink smart chips read the ink levels by monitoring the cartridge’s droplet count that has been used so far when printing. The chips are programmed for toner designs and will provide warnings and stop the printer from printing once a certain number of droplets have been used, saving the printers from running unnecessarily without ink.

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