Chipped printer inks?

Discussion in 'Hardware - PCs, Consoles, Gadgets' started by vvaannmmaann, Jun 24, 2013.

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  1. I was recently given a HP printer.Now I need ink.Looking around at prices I see that the ink cartridges are "chipped" in some way to prevent using copied cartridges I imagine.
    So if I buy cheap copies that claim to be chipped and ready to go,will this block/damage the printer in anyway?
  2. I've been using clones in my HP all in one for years now with no problem.
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  3. I've had mixed outcomes with this from amazon purchases although the tescos cheapies seem to do the trick.

    I find it incomprehensible that more often than not its cheaper to buy an entire new printer than just replacing the ink!

    That's with Epson printers.
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  4. I have used compatible chipped cartridges without any problems, on HP and Canon.
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  5. AAGF


    I've been using non-OEM chipped carts in my Canon MX882 - work perfectly for docs and photos ...
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