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What is a Compatible Cartridge?
Compatible cartridges are non-OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges. They are manufactured by a third party factory to meet or exceed OEM specifications. The difference between a compatible and a remanufactured cartridge is that compatibles are not made from recycled cartridge parts, while remanufactured are.
Each printer cartridge is carefully researched, manufactured, and tested. New compatible cartridges are added to our list on a regular basis.
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