When the ink supply of your Konica Minolta Magicolor 7450II is running low, be sure to stick with original Konica Minolta toner cartridges, the full range of which are available at Printerland.
Perfect balance of cost and quality
With the arrival of the Konica Minolta Magicolor 7450II came the promise of a printer that had all the detailed imagery required of a modern creative department, whilst keeping the budget-conscious happy with their outlay. Fulfilling this promise is achieved with the use of innovative toner found only in Konica Minolta toner cartridges.
Simitri HD is the polymerised toner used within Konica Minolta cartridges. Consisting of finer particles, it is this key ingredient that allows the Magicolor 7450II to produce stunning 600 x 600 x 4-bit contone resolution images at 25ppm.
Benefits keep on coming
With the finer particle content also comes a more efficient printing process. This means that the use of original toner cartridges in the Magicolor 7450II wastes less ink, contributing to yields of 12,000 and 15,000 pages from colour and black cartridges respectively.
What’s more, the use of genuine Konica Minolta cartridges allows your business to enhance its green credentials. Printing with Simitri HD toner occurs at a lower temperature, reducing CO2 emissions. With original cartridges also qualifying for free recycling via Konica Minolta’s Clean Planet Programme, you can feel comfortable that your business is minimising its environmental impact.
Maximising the technology
The whole Magicolor range feels the benefits of Konica Minolta’s innovative technology, but with Simitri HD toner being such a key element, the avoidance of using inferior imitation products is a must. Copycat alternatives cannot hope to offer the same rewards and at the same time they jeopardise the health of both printer and output. Sticking with Konica Minolta toner cartridges is the only way to keep the Magicolor 7450II functioning at its best, with the full range available from Printerland.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.