Jan. 11, 2011
-- Toner: it’s that nifty thing that helps you create text and images with your printer and photocopier;
it’s that office product that always seems to run out at the wrong moment; it’s the office staple that you just can’t do without. But how well you do you know your toner? Why not let the home of toner help find the right one for your needs - Office1web has a comprehensive selection and a handy search function at http://www.office1web.ie/
Ink cartridges may not be that high on your list of things to ponder over, but wait until you have a big, important print job with a deadline and an empty ink cartridge to deal with. Faced with laser toner, ribbon toner, inkjet cartridges and a million types and brands of each and you may wish you knew your toner a little better. The likelihood is that you have a number of different pieces of office equipment which take toner and that they don’t all take the same type. There’s inkjet cartridges and laser toners; ribbon wheels and lift off tape; print wheels, drums and developers. There’s bog-standard budget toner for black and white print jobs and high-tech colour toner specifically designed for photograph printing. In fact, there’s a dizzying world of toner and office supplies for printers, copiers and faxes available.
Office1web is in the business of simplifying business supplies: when it comes to choosing what’s right for your office, when it comes to affordability and when it comes to ease of ordering and speed of delivery. That includes printer and copier supplies: they know toner so you don’t have to! The Ink and Toner Supplies section of Office1web.ie is large enough to stock just about anything you could possibly require in terms of toner, and yet organised enough for you to quickly and easily find what you need. Still don’t know what you need? Just use the simple Ink and Toner Search function where you can type in the printer name or equipment manufacturer name or cartridge code, hit ‘search’ and let Office1web do the hunting for you.
Don’t know the toner you need? Don’t worry; just let Office1web help at http://www.office1web.ie/