at 102a Armstrong St Sth, Ballarat, 3350 Australia
Sales & Service of Printers, Photocopiers, Point of Sale Systems and all other office equipment . We will do our best to beat or match any ink/toner price
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I have some excess stock that I would like to move on. 1 x HP CE250X COMPATIBLE Normally $239 Now $59 1 x HP CE251A COMPATIBLE Normally $299 Now $59 2 x HP CE252A COMPATIBLE Normally $299 Now $59 2 x HP CE253A COMPATIBLE Normally $299 Now $59 They suit the following HP Printers COLOR LASERJET CM3530, COLOR LASERJET CP3525
Remember this month only 30% Off any compatible ink or toner cartridge. Tell anyone who you think may benefit from the sale.
DECEMBER SPECIALS HAVE ARRIVED 10% OFF STOREWIDE*** !!!!!!!!!!!! BROTHER CASHBACKS VALUED UP TO $300.00 ARE NOW AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SELECTED MACHINES Ricoh C250SP Full Colour Multi Function Printer Was $799.00 Now $599.00* Oki B401 Mono Laser Printer Was S249.00 Now $149.00* Samsung CLX-1860FW Colour Multifunction Laser Printer Was $399.00 Now $349.00* Brother 3150 Colour Laser Printer Was $349.00 Now $249.00* OR Buy a Set of Compatible Toners @ $476.00 (4 x $119.00 Each) and receive the printer for free! One only Available **Excludes already discounted Items * While Stocks Last
The Printer & Office Wizards will be closed on Friday for the Ballarat Public holiday So please pop in and grab whatever you need between now and Thursday to avoid disappointment
Just had a call from a telemarketer claiming to be from google account services Heres what google has to say about that: Google telemarketing calls Watch out for parties calling and selling services claiming to have a special relationship with or claiming to be Google. Often, these parties are telemarketers that are not affiliated with Google and are trying to leverage the Google brand to sell your business some type of online service. Keep in the mind the following: Google does not place robocalls. Google does not call to "update your front page listing" or ask you to "claim your free website." Google does not charge for inclusion in Google Search or Google My Business.
PrecisionCore projects Epson into new printing paradigm The Japanese-based company is leveraging its ground-breaking inkjet technology across an ever-widening array of products from the label converting industry through to the photo and home printing markets. Unveiling the new P-Series large format printer from Epson, Craig Heckenberg, business unit manager and Jennifer Soros, marketing communications manager at the media launch. A sizeable turnout of journalists, ‘life-style bloggers’ and sundry other media types at the Park Hyatt in Sydney yesterday were treated to a comprehensive exposition of the latest in imaging technology from Epson. Long regarded as a pioneer in areas such as graphic arts proofing, photo printing and wide-format production, the company also has a major footprint in consumer electronics and home printing. Now it is engineering much of this diverse set of products into a single technology, powered by its own inkjet head, PrecisionCore. Since its release three years ago by primary inventor and president of Seiko Epson Corporation, the PrecisionCore micro thin film piezo (TFP) inkjet has revolutionised the industry. Being able to project ink with amazing accuracy in many different sizes, allows Epson to leverage its printheads into imaging arrays of different widths. This means that essentially the same inkjet technology that is powering the large industrial wide-format and label production presses is also behind the desktop printer in homes across the world. The advantage of being able to manufacture PrecisionCore inkjet heads for so many different products creates economies of scale and underpins ongoing R&D. It also reinforces the company’s belief in owning and producing all components in its production, from electronics to the inkjet heads, to the ink itself. As Epson rolls out an ever-broadening rage of products powered by PrecisionCore, the market is starting to realise the benefits of the innovative technology. Among the newly release products at the media event yesterday was a range of EcoTank printers for the home and the office. Delivering remarkable economy and quality, the arrival of EcoTank gives users an option to escape the high-cost of desktop printing ink cartridges. Equipped with an ‘ink tank’ it takes high-volume inkbottles that can last up to two years of regular printing (60002 pages in black and 6,5002 pages in colour). Output is of a quality associated with PrecisionCore and there are four models to choose from Addressing the commercial and industrial printing industry, Craig Heckenberg, announced the release of Epson’s new label press, SurePress L-6034VW. This will be first shown at next week’s Labelexpo in Brussels and is expected to boost the penetration of the label converting market in the region, adding to the four inaugural SurePress label presses already installed. There was also a showing of one of the new SureColor P-Series P8070 wide format printers. As the first new addition to the range in seven years interest in this printer is intense. The three different models feature a new UltraChrome HD ink set for an enhanced gamut over the previous industry leading HDR ink, a higher D-Max for blacker blacks and deeper, richer colour, optional HDD support. The message was clear, from Bruno Turcato, managing director, Epson Australia. By leveraging its PrecisionCore technology, Epson has its sights set on a leadership position across every level of printing engagement. He pointed out that Epson is a sponsor of the Mercedes-Benz Formula 1 team, associating with a brand that also has its own technology all the way up from a streetcar metro, to the highest speed-racing machine. As far as Turcato is concerned, that’s a message that resonates with Epson, he said.
LAST DAYS 30% off Compatible Ink & Toner ends soon get in now for great savings 7 days to go call us now on 03 5333 2455
5 Printing Tips that’ll Save You Money Everyone loves a win-win situation. Especially when it’s easy. So we’ve put together some ‘toner tips’ that are good for the environment, will save you money, and are just easy to do. 1. Tone It Down Not every printout needs to be presentation ready. Most printer outputs are for personal use. Setting the default to “draft” will reduce toner usage. Choosing black ink only will also save on coloured ink when you don’t need a full-colour print out. 2. Double Up Using double-sided printing as the default setting will help reduce paper use. For the super keen, print two or more pages per side of the sheet. 3. Friendly Fonts Choosing different fonts can change the amount of ink and toner used. Good font choices include Century Gothic, EcoFont, Times Roman, Calibri and Cambria as their characters are thinner (or have tiny holes in the case of EcoFont) that use less ink. 4. Preview for Errors Make sure you print preview your document before hitting ‘print’ so you can check for formatting errors. It will save you toner, paper and time. 5. Product Stewardship When in the market for a new printer, look for a brand that believes in product stewardship and takes responsibility of the cartridges they produce. The Participating Manufacturers of ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ - Brother, Canon, Epson, HP and Kyocera - are all committed to product stewardship. Their participation has made this one of the most the most successful extended producer responsibility programs in Australia and it's free.
Beware the $30.00 Printer We all hear the adds, read the catalogues and think; "Wow a $30.00 Printer what a bargain" But is it really? One floating around the market at the moment is the Canon MP230 All in one Printer constantly advertised for $30 or less The problem with this so called great price is the Ink tanks installed in the machine are "Starter or 1/2 full Cartridges" To replace these the cost is approximately $60.00 Yes that's right, more than twice the cost of the printer for approximately 245 pages of colour printing or 220 pages of black -- or approximately 24.5 Cents each Colour Print Now lets compare to a MP5660, Yes the printer is approximately 180 dollars The set of Inks are approximately $130 Dollars but you get close to 695 pages of Colour printing and approximately 5,500 Black Prints out of the Large Text Black Cartridge So if we just look at full colour prints your cost goes from 18c on the MP5660 to 24c on the MP230 The black is much more concerning each page is costing you 12c to print compared to .5 of a cent thats 24 times the price per print * THAT'S RIGHT 24 TIMES THE COST OF BLACK ONLY PRINT So if your looking for a real bargain come see us at The Printer & Office Wizards, where we will talk about printing costs not just the cost of a printer These page counts are based on 5% print coverage.
EOFY is here Get in today for your last minute office equipment to claim for this financial year Cant get into the office, call us on 5333 2455 to arrange purchases over the phone and happy stocktake for all those customers out there who are wading through boxes of parts & equipment
The Printer & Office Wizards
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