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- HP smart chip ink cartridges
February 26, 2005, 3:14 am
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Well isn't this interesting. Apparently Hewlett Packard has been accused of
using a type of smart chip technology in their ink cartridges that causes
the cartridges to read as empty before the ink is actually out. I found this
at http://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/case/hp_cartridge where they have
some more information on some of the specific printers related to this.
There is also a free case evaluation provided for those who might want to
look into this. I thought this was quite interesting and hope it may be of
interest or use.
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