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馬台網路產業高峰論壇 Malaysia Taiwan Internet Business Conference

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 馬台網路產業高峰論壇活動詳情

主辦 : 台灣網路暨電子商務產業發展協會TIEA 、馬來西亞紫藤集團
聯辦單位 : Easy.my、exabytes、Khind、Financial Link、Cité 城邦、Logistics Worldwide Express
策略夥伴 : MRCA
策劃執行 : myStartr S/B
合作夥伴 : INXO Productions, Fusionwave S/B, Youbeli.com
日期 : 2014年3月29日(星期六)
時間 : 09:00am~17:00pm(全天)
地點 : Berjaya Times Square Hotel Ballroom
開放人數 : 200人
票價 : RM699 /PAX (一般票價)
RM599 /PAX (早買鳥) (只到3月10日)
RM500 (至少3PAX和以上) (團體票)  來去購票!!

講題與主講人:

1.《即將來臨的兆元產業:台灣電子商務的二十年回顧》
詹宏志先生—Pchome Online網路家庭國際資訊股份有限公司董事長

2.《導購,電子商務的行銷利器》
陳慶蔚先生—優仕網/愛逛街創辦人

3.《從愛情公寓看社群獲利模式》
林志銘先生—尚凡資訊股份有限公司(愛情公寓)總經理

4.《如何利用數位媒體開拓業績與商機》
邱繼弘先生—聖洋科技執行長

5.《91mai App開店-從行動購物到O2O商機》
李昆謀先生—91mai產品長

6.《 談亞洲最大的創業加速器如何打造創業生態圈》
詹德弘先生—AppWorks Venture之初創投合夥人

7.《高級餐飲線上訂位模式如何在台灣取得成功》
陳翰林先生EZTABLE易訂網創辦人兼執行長

8.《亞洲手遊大趨勢》
Benjamin Tseng—PubGame遊戲酒吧創辦人兼執行長

9.《引領大數據未來的功典資訊》
陳傑豪先生—MIGO Corp執行長

10.《談Chocolabs如何深入服務消費者的行動需求》
劉于遜先生—OHCOOL創辦人兼執行長

11.《談Fandora如何打造台灣最大插畫家經濟圈》
蘇晏良先生—Fandora創辦人兼執行長

來去購票!!

來馬的11家台灣網路及電子商務業者資料

  1. 1.    PCHome Online 網路家庭國際資訊股份有限公司- pchome.com.tw
  • PChome Online網站創立於1996年,1998年7月,成立網路家庭國際資訊股份有限公司 ( PChome Online Inc.,以下簡稱『網家』);經過十多年的戮力經營,網家目前已經是全台首屈一指的綜合網路服務商集團,以電子商務和入口網站業務為使用者提供最在地、最優質的網路服務。
  • PChome Online網路家庭同時是首家於台灣證交市場掛牌的網路服務公司,於2005年1月正式以「網家」代號8044股票掛牌上櫃買賣,寫下台灣網路發展史嶄新的一頁。「堅持創新,創造價值」為網路家庭的核心企業精神,網家相信:唯有運用網路技術與應用創新,才能為網路使用者持續創造更多的價值、利益與創新的使用經驗。放眼未來,網家除了在台灣提供在地化且多元精緻的網路服務外,亦將協助台灣中小企業向全球商務市場和消費者行銷商品,打造台灣品牌的知名度,期以台灣最佳綜合網路服務商之標竿地位,引領台灣加入全球新商務時代
  • 詹宏志先生(PChome Online董事長)

 

  1. 2.    Sunfun Info Co Ltd 尚凡資訊股份公司- iPart.com.tw愛情公寓
  • 尚凡資訊股份有限公司創立於2002年,2003年8月成立愛情公寓網站;「以人為本,創新價值,追求卓越」一直是尚凡資訊核心企業精神,為提供網路使用者最佳使用環境,尚凡資訊不斷創新網路技術與雲端應用,追求創造更多價值與創新使用者體驗。
  • 資策會於2012年公布「交友結婚成效調查」,根據10,612份有效問卷抽樣調查顯示,從愛情公寓開站至今,每5人就有1人透過愛情公寓找到交往對象,此外每21人就有1人透過愛情公寓而結婚。
  • 尚凡資訊具備豐富產業經驗,並擁有完整的技術團隊,對於市場反應靈敏,擅長運用創意做差異化的行銷和產品設計,對於海外國際市場採取積極獨創的策略發展,盼以台灣最大之交友網站領導地位,發揮前瞻的影響力,創造並提昇消費者網路使用生活環境,積極促進網路新經濟發展,創造更卓越的優異成果。
  • 林志銘先生(尚凡資訊股份有限公司總經理)

 

  1. 3.    Shinewant Tech Co Ltd 嚮網科技股份有限公司- iguang.tw愛逛街
  • 嚮網科技股份有限公司旗下有《愛逛街》以及《優仕網YouthWant》
  • 《愛逛街》http://iguang.tw/ 前身為優仕網購物情報,2013年2月18日起正式以新品牌《愛逛街》經營。除了作為台灣各大電商之導航網站,還整理了精品、團購、試用品、福利品、開箱文、代購資訊… 等,致力打造出最優質的逛街環境,為網友帶來最佳購物體驗。2011、2012連續兩年獲選為Yahoo購物中心大聯盟年度卓越夥伴。未來將更積極開發社群功能,藉由分享與推薦,讓線上購物更有樂趣。
  • 《優仕網YouthWant》,目標定位為最優質的大專學生網站,2000年5月成立至今超過五年,已累積超過135萬名會員與每日超過550萬頁次的流量,並已在校園與學生族群中建立良好的口碑與知名度。
  • 《優仕網》為大學生的第一社群網站,也是各大企業欲接觸大學生時的第一選擇。除了滿足學生在食、衣、住、行、育、樂等各方面的資訊需求外,同時也建立起校園間的網路,促進學生、社團、學校以及校外廠商之間的互動,不但能擴展學生個人人脈、促進社團活動發展,亦能使得校園間的交流變得更頻繁,進而達成良性競爭、相互成長的目的。
  • 陳慶蔚先生(嚮網科技股份有限公司創辦人)

 

  1. 4.    Cacafly Intl. Media聖洋科技- cacafly.com/
  • cacaFly 聖洋科技正式成立於2009年,是 funP.com 的子公司。funP.com 是由一群交大的年輕朋友一同創立的 Web 2.0 網站,並獲得詹宏志先生等業界前輩的投資與指導,cacaFly 則是因應在 Facebook 時代業界對社群行銷的需求,由 funP 建構出的全新服務團隊。
  • cacaFly 的名稱是來自於 “Customized Applications & Commercial Alignment” 與 “Fun, Leading and Young mindset” 的縮寫,前者為 cacaFly 的經營理念,為顧客量身打造各類的應用,不論是線上抑或實體,都期許自己可以為客戶提供最好的解決方案,並且與策略夥伴們互蒙其利,以達到 cacaFly、夥伴與客戶三方皆贏的最佳結果。
  • cacaFly 於 2012 年,營收正式突破 4 億台幣,成為台灣第 2 大數位媒體公司,是台灣社群行銷的領導廠商。cacaFly 在 2012 年第 3 季開始,正式為中小企業與廣告代理商提供服務,期待幫助產業能對社群媒體有全新觀點與創新應用,更能為業績與行銷加分。透過不停的成長與提供具有口碑服務,在 2013 年 7 月獲得台灣微軟賞識,正式代理 MSN 廣告服務,並於 8 月時增設台中服務據點,為台中小企業主服務。
  • Fan Page:https://www.facebook.com/cacaFly
  • 邱繼弘先生(聖洋科技執行長)

 

  1. 5.    91mai就要買- http://tw.91mai.com/
  • 「91mai就要買」是由台灣最成功最有經驗的電子商務團隊-興奇科技創業團隊(原Yahoo!奇摩購物中心經營公司),所打造的下一代手機/行動購物商城;營運團隊曾榮獲經濟部商業司所舉辦電子商務「e21金網獎」1金3銀的輝煌紀錄,在台灣服務超過300萬名消費者,並創下年營業額超過新台幣100億的佳績,多年來深獲網友的支持與信賴; 「91mai就要買」提供給顧客創新打造的行動購物平台, 行動商城中集合了全台灣最優質的品牌以及商店, 提供給消費者最豐富最優質的商品以及最佳的行動購物體驗。
  • 李昆謀(九易宇軒股份有限公司產品長)

 

  1. 6.    appWorks Ventures
  • AppWorks 提供創業者的服務主要分為「育成」與「投資」兩項
  • 育成:AppWorks Accelerator
    始於 2010 年 6 月,AppWorks 育成計畫提供一種全新的創業方式,至今已經幫助了超過 150 個創業團隊,350 位創業者。每六個月為一屆,約 25 支新創團隊一起進駐 AppWorks Accelerator,接受最全面的顧問、輔導,將產品和創業計畫調整到最佳狀態,最後在 AppWorks Demo Day 向上百位出席的投資人介紹成果,大大提升成功募資的機會。
  • 投資:本善基金
    AppWorks 管理來自國泰金控、群聯電子、聯合報集團與華威創投所合資成立的新台幣 3.2 億「本善基金」,投資有需要創投支持的網路、行動、電子商務、遊戲、廣告等創業團隊。
  • 詹德弘先生(合夥人)

 

  1. 7.     OHCOOL- Chocolabs
  • App 開發商歐酷網路日前完成了由 AppWorks 之初創投領投,規模新台幣 1,800 萬元的首輪增資。本次募得的資金,歐酷將用以廣招優秀人才、加速公司營運規模化,同時並推出 「CHOCOLABS 」行動應用程式發行品牌,目標成為華人第一的 App 發行商。
  • 成軍於 2011 年 9 月,歐酷網路過去兩年陸續推出了「不好笑免錢」、「音樂 MV 看到飽 」、「台灣演唱會」等 40 支 App,其中有 17 支取得 App Store 及 Google Play 排行榜冠軍,累積近 300 萬次下載,並得到 55 萬月活躍用戶的支持。
  • 為了公司的策略發展與加速擴大營運,歐酷網路於 2013 年 9 月完成由 AppWorks 之初創投領投的種子輪增資,將以這筆資金大力招募大數據分析、使用者經驗設計與 App 策畫與營運人才,投入全新 App 發行商品牌「CHOCOLABS」的發展。未來預計以每年發行 12至18 支 App 的速度成長,並積極朝海外布局。
  • 劉于遜先生 (OHCOOL Co., Ltd.創辦人與執行長)

 

  1. 8.    EZTABLE
  • EZTABLE是台灣第一家專門提供消費者 24hrs 餐廳網路訂位和提供餐廳飯店訂位管理系統的網路平台。目前全台灣以及上海等地已經有超過 500 家餐廳加入 EZTABLE 平台, 已超過有 3,000,000 人次透過 EZTABLE 訂位到餐廳用餐。
  • 主要合作的餐廳包括喜來登、君悅、六福皇宮、西華、遠企、晶華、麗緻等飯店集團,及瓦城、Lawry’s、Robuchon 等餐飲集團與高級餐廳。
  • EZTABLE 易訂網對消費者提供了一個快捷、便利、24小時不打烊的網路訂位平台,無論是三五好友聚會、家人聚餐、重要節日慶祝等,都可讓消費者在最快、最有效率的方式下,輕鬆解決人擠人、現場排隊或打電話一位難求的困擾。
  • 而對於餐廳經營者, EZTABLE 易訂網創造了新的訂位與行銷方式,讓各餐廳在 E 化的訂位系統幫助下,達成更有效率的餐廳管理。做為消費者和餐廳間的溝通橋樑, EZTABLE 人性的個人化選項,也讓餐廳經營者瞭解了消費者的想法,而有了改善的方向。
  • 陳翰林先生(執行長與創辦人)

 

  1. 9.   MIGO Corp 功典資訊
  • MIGO CORP 功典資訊成立於2008年,是由資訊及行銷業界領袖所投資籌組成立,集合了數位行銷、軟體開發、CRM策略專家、雲端運算等精英,所組成之優秀而堅強的經營團隊,在大中華區數位行銷之專業領域巳獲得極高的評價。 MIGO 功典資訊總部位於台灣,於中國上海及北京都設有分公司,目前擁有超過100位來自各個不同領域的菁英夥伴,累積服務客戶數已經超過350家以上,近期更積極布局東南亞市場,目標是成為亞太地區數據行銷顧問的領導品牌。
  • MIGO CORP為大中華區提供專業數位行銷及顧客關係管理服務的領導者,期待透過亞洲市場的行銷思維建立屬於華人的數據化決策行銷 (Data-Driven Decision Marketing)策略模型。 MIGO CORP獨立研發的MIGO Platform,整合了Ooyala, On24, Experian等國際知名公司的行銷工具,協助不同產業的行銷人員快速提升數據思考的能力與策略觀點;MIGO CORP協助行銷人從Data的角度重新理解品牌、產品與消費者之間的關聯性,協助企業將資料轉化為商機,引導新世代的行銷觀點與策略思維。
  • MIGO CORP歷經14年的行銷市場實務經驗,獨立開發出基於數據化決策行銷(Data-driven Decision Marketing)策略架構的全新整合式數位行銷平台 – MIGO Platform,以數據處理為核心,結合自動化報表(Dashboard)模組、自動化行銷工具(Engagement tools)模組、媒體及網站流量分析(Web and Media Analysis)模組、社群探勘(Social)模組以及智能行銷(Marketing Intelligence)模組,打造出業界惟一集資料運算、行銷報表管理、即時成效監控和自動化行銷工具於一身的專業系統平台;為了因應品牌客戶在不同發展時期的需求,MIGO Platform根據功能規格發展出MIGO Starter、MIGO Thinker以及MIGO Explorer三個產品版本,透過標準化的產品及服務,提供行銷管理人員最簡易、整合而且快速的行銷決策工具解決方案。
  • 陳傑豪 (MIGO CORP 執行長)

 

10.PubGame遊戲酒吧- pubgame.tw

  • PubGame 是一家網頁與手機遊戲的聯運發行商。PubGame提供一個擁有整合行銷、營運、客服、金流等完整的發行平台,讓合作的遊戲開發商與代理商更能掌握玩家資訊,獲得最佳的營運績效。創業兩年,日前 PubGame 已累積發行 16 款遊戲,擁有超過一百萬名會員。這些會員主要為 25-40 歲男性玩家,來自亞洲各國 (約 60-70 % 為台灣,10-15% 為香港,10 % 為東南亞各國)。
  • PubGame 的遊戲付費比為 5-8%,優於業界平均的 3-5%。ARPPU (Average Revenue Per Paying User) 則高達每個月台幣 3,000 元,也比業界平均高出 1200 元。」

 

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此次由台灣網路暨電子商務產業發展協會TIEA與馬來西亞紫藤集團主辦,myStartr Sdn Bhd策劃執行,馬台網路產業高峰論壇2014《社群經營與電子商務》將於2014年3月29日(星期六),上午9時正至下午5時正于Berjaya Times Square Hotel Ballroom舉行。來去購票!!

329日台馬網路產業高峰論壇

            3月29日進行的台馬網路產業高峰論壇《社群經營與電子商務》,主辦單位邀請到四位台灣網路產業與電子商務界重量級人物遠道而來,與馬來西亞朋友們分享及傳習台灣該領域的經驗。

TIEA理事長,同時任Pchome Online(網路家庭國際資訊股份有限公司)董事長的詹宏志先生將親自主講《即將來臨的兆元產業:台灣電子商務的二十年回顧》,與論壇參與者分享台灣電子商務一路走來所得到的寶貴經驗與展望電子商務產業未來的發展趨勢。優仕網/愛逛街創辦人陳慶蔚先生也將以其經營《愛逛街》的心得與大家分享《導購,電子商務的行銷利器》。第三位主講人是林志銘先生——尚凡資訊股份有限公司(愛情公寓)的總經理。林先生將以經營台灣最大之交友網站愛情公寓的經驗與我們談《從愛情公寓看社群獲利模式》。Cacafly聖洋科技執行長邱繼弘先生也將于此次論壇中與參與者分享《如何利用數位媒體開拓業績與商機》。

除此之外還有另七位科技業者的創辦人或執行長也將在此次高峰論壇中與參與者分享其成功要訣,包括:91mai產品長李昆謀先生《91mai App開店-從行動購物到O2O商機》、AppWorks Venture之初創投合夥人詹德弘先生《 談亞洲最大的創業加速器如何打造創業生態圈》、EZTABLE易訂網創辦人兼執行長陳翰林先生《高級餐飲線上訂位模式如何在台灣取得成功》、PubGame遊戲酒吧創辦人兼執行長Benjamin Tseng《亞洲手遊大趨勢》、MIGO Corp執行長陳傑豪先生《引領大數據未來的功典資訊》、OHCOOL創辦人兼執行長劉于遜先生《談Chocolabs如何深入服務消費者的行動需求》以及Fandora創辦人兼執行長蘇晏良先生《談Fandora如何打造台灣最大插畫家經濟圈》。

TIEA理事長詹宏志新聞發佈會網路連線

            TIEA理事長詹宏志先生在2月26日新聞發佈會網路連線談話中提到,環顧全球,台灣的市場規模相對于中國與美國較小,這一點與東南亞國家較為相似。因此,台灣網路與電子商務發展的經驗較適合馬來西亞參考仿效,相信此次活動可以為兩國業者帶來收穫。

台灣網路暨電子商務產業發展協會TIEA

於2012年12月13日成立的台灣網路暨電子商務產業發展協會,宗旨是為提升台灣網路產業和電子商務合理友善的產業經營環境,並凝聚業界共識,成為產業與政府間的溝通管道,集合網路相關之專業知識與經驗,提倡網路產業及電子商務產業發展,擴大台灣網路產業和電子商務市場規模,以促進兩岸及國際電子商務產業交流。

TIEA 第一屆理事長詹宏志表示:「網路為台灣下一個關鍵產業,也是帶領經濟成長和社會成長的動能,未來台灣網路產業持續發展將可以帶動其他產 業改變的力量。這一個月以來,已有來自金融、旅遊、物流、內容產業等領域的國際網路 公司、本土電子商務公司、社群網站、新創公司、網路媒體等約 60 個團體會員,TIEA 已成為台灣網路產業最熱絡的組織,網路界許多重要且活躍的公司都有加入,透過 TIEA 將可清楚描繪台灣網路產業的樣貌。」

詹宏志先生有台灣“網路教父”之稱,也是台灣著名作家、編輯、出版人及電影人,現職PChome Online網路家庭國際資訊股份有限公司董事長,也是電腦家庭出版集團和城邦出版集團之創辦人。詹先生也曾任台灣許多出版及資訊相關產業協會的董事及理監事職及台北市雜誌商業同業公會理事長,於1997獲台灣People Magazine 頒發鑽石獎章。來去購票!!

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Printer Specifications
Printer Type Monochrome Laser
Print Speed Up to 16ppm (2-sided plain paper letter)1
Up to 26ppm (1-sided plain paper letter)1
First Print Time 5.8 seconds or less (letter)2
Printer Language UFR II LT (Host-based)
Print Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi
(1200 x 600 dpi quality)
Maximum Print Size Up to Legal
Duplex Print Yes
Print Modes Watermark, Toner Saver, Page Composer
Print Memory 128 MB (Shared)
Copier Specifications
Copy Type Monochrome Laser
Copy Speed Up to 26cpm (letter)
Duplex Copy Speed Up to 16cpm (letter)
Copy Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi
Original Type Text, Text/Photo, Text/Photo+, Photo
Halftones 256 Levels
Warm-up Time Approximately 13.5 seconds
First Copy Time Approximately 8.7 seconds3
Recovery Time Approximately 2 seconds
Maximum Number of Copies 99 copies
Duplex Copy/Bind Time Yes / Book, Calendar
Reduction/Enlargement 25%, 50%, 64%, 78%
129%, 200%, 400%
Zoom 25 – 400% in 1% increments
Copy Size Platen: Up to Letter
ADF: 5.5″ x 5″ to Legal
Copy Features Collate
2 on 1
4 on 1
ID Card Copy
Copy Memory 128 MB (Shared)
Fax Specifications
Modem Speed Up to 33.6 Kbps (Super G3)4
Fax Resolution Up to 200 x 400 dpi (super fine)
Transmission Time JBIG (approx. 3 seconds)
Memory Capacity Up to 256 sheets5
Speed Dials 4 one-touch speed dials
100 coded dials
Group Dialing 103 destinations
Sequential Broadcasting 114 destinations
Duplex Fax Yes
Receive Modes FAX Only, Manual, Answering, Fax/Tel Auto Switch
Fax Features Remote RX, Dual Access, Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection, Error Correction Mode, Auto Redial
Activity Reports Activity Result & Activity Management
pC Fax Sending only
Fax Forwarding (FAX -> FAX)
Scanner Specifications
Scan Type Color Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
Color Depth 24-bit
Scan Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi (optical)
9600 x 9600 (interpolated)
Scan Size Platen: Up to Letter
ADF: 5.5″ x 5″ to Legal
Duplex Scan Yes
Compatibility TWAIN, WIA
Output File Formats Hi-Compression PDF (Windows only), Searchable PDF (Windows only), PDF, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG6
Scan Features Rotate Image
Pull Scan USB and Network
Push Scan (Scan to pC) USB and Network
Paper Handling Specifications
Standard Paper Source(s) 250-sheet cassette plus 1-sheet multipurpose tray7
Document Feeder 50-sheet duplex7
Paper Output 100 sheets (face down)
Paper Weight 16-43 lb. bond (cassette)
16-43 lb. bond (multipurpose tray)
Media Sizes Letter, Legal, A4, A5, B5, Statement, Executive
Media Types Plain Paper, Heavy Paper, Recycled, Transparency, Label, Envelope
Envelope Capacity 20 envelopes
Envelope Types Com 10, Monarch, DL, C5
Connectivity and Software Specifications
Standard Interface(s) USB Device 2.0 Hi-Speed8, 10/100 Base-T Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n Wireless9
WiFi Access Mode Infrastructure Mode
WiFi Authentication Methods Open System, Shared Key, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
WiFi Encryption Modes WEP (64/128 bit), TKIP, AES
WPS Easy Setup Support Methods Push-button mode, PIN code mode
Mobile Functions Print
Network Functions Print, PC Fax and Scan
Embedded Web Server (Remote UI) Yes
Web Browser Support for Remote UI Microsoft Internet Explore 6.0 or higher, Safari 3.2.1 or higher
Print Protocols LPD, RAW, WSD-Print (IPv4,IPv6)
TCP/IP Set of Application Services DHCP, BOOTP, RARP, Auto IP (IPv4), Bonjour( mDNS), DHCPv6 (IPv6)
Network Management Protocols SNMPv1 (IPv4,IPv6)
MIB RFC1213 (MIB-II), RFC1514 (Host Resources MIB), RFC1759 (Printer MIB), Canon MIB
OS Compatibility Windows® 8, Windows 7, Windows Server® 2008 R2, Windows Server® 2008, Windows Vista®, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Mac OS X 10.5.8 and up
Cable Included Power Cord (USB not included)
Bundled Software Printer driver, Fax driver, Scanner driver, MF Toolbox, AddressBookTool, Presto! PageManager, SSID Tool
Environmental Specifications
Power Consumption Max: Approx. 1,110W
During Operation: Approx. 520W
Standby: Approx. 5W
Energy Saver: Approx. 2.1W
Typical Energy Consumption 0.8kWh
General Specifications
Dimensions 15.4″ (W) x 14.5″ (D) x 14.2″ (H)
Unit Weight (without/with cartridge) 28.2 lbs. (w/o cartridge)
29.5 lbs. (w/cartridge)
Package Weight Approx. 38.8 lbs.
Cartridge Type Cartridge 128 (Yields approximately 2,100 pages)
Single Cartridge System
*Yields based on ISO/IEC Standard
LCD Display 5-row backlit LCD
Duty Cycle Up to 10,000 pages per month
Security IP Filtering, MAC Address Filtering
Languages English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Warranty 1 year limited exchange/carry-in warranty10 (Extended warranty available)

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Q2 : Will OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) void my printer warranty by using your High Quality Compatible HP Q2612A (12A) Toner Cartridge?

No, it is illegal for OEM to void your printer’s manufacturer warranty due to using cheap replacement cartridges high quality compatible toner cartridge  for your HP Q2612A (12A) Toner Cartridge. But no worries, to give you confidence we fully guarantee 30 days (extendable – in condition) after purchase for every High Quality Compatible HP Q2612A (12A) Toner Cartridge we sell, helping you enjoy the best value possible in your HP machine.

The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975 states:
“No warrantor of a consumer product may condition his written or implied warranty of such product on the consumer”s using, in connection with such product, any article or service (other than article or service provided without charge under the terms of the warranty) which is identified by brand, trade, or corporate name.”
(Click here for Clayton AntiTrust Act)

This means the OEM cannot, as a condition of the warranty, require the use of their cartridge.

Example:

HP Laser Printers
“Warranty does not apply to defects resulting from (a) improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, (b) software, interfacing, parts or supplies not supplied by HP, (c) unauthorized modification or misuse, (d) operation outside of the published environmental specifications for the product, or (e) improper site preparation or maintenance.”

More to read in The Facts About Printer Warranties

Cost per page of Canon toner cartridges

Canon is producing very good printers, in both laser printer and ink printer. Most popular Canon laser beam printers are the entry level monochrome printer. Below are the 3 generations of Canon laser printers. Each generation got its own toner model.

1st Generation LBP-2900/LBP-3000 (Cartridge 303)

2nd Generation LBP-3050 / LBP-3150 (Cartridge 312)

3rd Generation LBP-6000 (Cartridge 325)

Now we focus on the cost of consumable.

Model

Page Yield (Pgs)

RRP (RM)

Cost Per Page (Cents)

Cartridge 303

2000

227

11.4

Cartridge 312

1500

215

14.3

Cartridge 325

1600

220

13.8

 

When choose the printer, many customers focus on the price of consumable only. The cheaper toner cartridge doesn’t always mean cheaper on printing cost. Below is the simple calculation of Cost Per Page (CPP).

CPP = Toner Price / Page yield

Although RRP of Cartridge 312 & 325 is cheaper than Cartridge 303, the CPP is actually up about 23% compare to Cartridge 303.

More Canon toner cartridges price & Cost per page

Canon Toner Cartridge Price & Cost Per Page

Updated: 3/5/2012

Below are the original Canon toner cartridge price list organized from Canon catalog. We also calculate the Cost Per Page (CPP) for you to understand the real print cost you pay for. Click on the toner model, and buy the compatible toner of that model, which bring an excellent CPP value to consumer.

Toner Model Page Yield (Pgs) RRP (RM) Cost Per Page (Cents)
Cartridge 312 1500 215 14.3
Cartridge 325 1600 220 13.8
Cartridge 319 2100 285 13.6
Cartridge 313 2000 257 12.9
Cartridge 326 2100 245 11.7
Cartridge 303 2000 227 11.4
Cartridge 315 3000 314 10.5
Cartridge 308 2500 261 10.4
EP-22 2500 227 9.1
EP-25 2500 227 9.1
EP-26 2500 215 8.6
Cartridge 319 II 6400 528 8.3
Cartridge 324 6000 488 8.1
Cartridge 315 II 7000 565 8.1
EP-32 5000 376 7.5
Cartridge 308 II 6000 450 7.5
Cartridge 310 6000 450 7.5
EP-65 10000 662 6.6
Cartridge 309 12000 782 6.5
Cartridge 310 II 12000 744 6.2
Cartridge 324 II 12500 723 5.8

Price increase from HP ink on May 2012

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Another Price increase from HP ink. See below.

Dear Valued Partner, Effective May 1, 2012, Hewlett Packard will increase list prices for most HP ink cartridges & Paper Products in Malaysia.

These price adjustments are a result of HP’s standard portfolio management process, in which the company regularly reviews pricing for all HP products and make adjustments accordingly.

HP is committed to developing products and services that meet its customers’ needs. We have designed our inkjet printing systems – hardware and supplies – to offer customers a strong combination of quality, reliability, speed and ease of use. The details of the price increase are attached for your information and reference.

Please direct all issues/concerns regarding this price increase to your HP Sales rep.

Best Regards, Wong Yuen

Click here for original PDF file. http://www.tonersave.com.my/pdf/HP-Price-Increase-Official-Letter-May-2012.pdf

What is compatible toner?

Compatible is NEW toner like Original Toner. Not re-cycled, not Refilled.

Our compatible toner perform like Original. The only difference is Brand & packaging.

We claim to have 2Q.

1) Quantity: same page yield

2) Quanlity: Print like original

 

Printer Terminology

It’s almost axiomatic that thriving industries create their own jargon-and nowhere is this truer than in the world of computers, where vendors borrow, adapt, and coin words seemingly on a daily basis. At some point, however, all the borrowing and punning creates confusion-especially for the people who want to use a technology.

Computer printer vendors have borrowed much of their unique dialect of acronyms, nicknames, and terms from traditional printing, but often put a different spin on the terminology. Apart from their marketing purpose, many of the predominant terms on a printer’s specification page are useful clues that can help you choose the best device for your needs-if you can understand them.
Here’s a quick rundown of terms and concepts you need to know.
Resolution or DPI

Printers work by depositing tiny amounts of a color (ink, toner, dye) on a surface like paper; each of these units of color is called a dot-and the first thing that years of ads and marketing have taught us to look for on a printer’s spec page is its DPI or dots-per-inch. This number tells us how many dots the printer is capable of fitting in a given space and, since the dots are the building blocks of text and pictures, a higher number is considered better.

You may wonder why printers have a much higher DPI than computer screens, where print commands originate: a typical inkjet these days easily exceeds 1,000 DPI, while the iPhone 4’s Retina display-probably the most pixel-dense screen available to consumers-barely makes it to 300 pixels per inch (PPI generally refers to monitor resolution, while DPI analogously relates to print resolution).

The reason is that most printers can reproduce a very small number of colors-for example, a typical inkjet with four ink cartridges can produce a maximum of 16 colors for each dot (known as color depth), while a single pixel on the screen is usually capable of displaying several million different hues. On paper, therefore, special techniques such as half-toning or dithering are used to print adjacent dots in a specific pattern; because they are so tiny, once the brain perceives them, they are mixed into the intended color, thus giving the printer a widerranging gamut than it is possible with just its four basic ink hues.

A matter of color
When you compare printers, you must consider not only their ability to print dots in close proximity, but also how many individual colors they can print in any given dot location. Lasers and the less-expensive inkjets have only four ink reservoirs; at a given DPI, therefore, their color depth will be lower than the more expensive inkjet models that sport five, six, or even seven different ink colors. Dye-sublimation printers offer the best quality for a given DPI because it can mix inks on the paper and thus provide a virtually limitless number of colors.
Keep in mind that the final print quality depends on a lot more than the DPI rating. Inkjets, for example, literally shoot liquid ink at your page; depending on the paper, the ink could be absorbed and bleed, causing blurry edges. A laser printer, by contrast, will usually have better edge contrast because it deposits toner on the page and then melts it into place.

Marketing gimmicks have also muddled the very concept of DPI. For example, you may see some printer manufacturer claim that its products have “optimized” DPI ratings obtained through a variety of techniques, such as passing the print head over the same location multiple times or printing dots of varying shapes. These normally result in a higher maximum print quality, but often at the expense of speed and ink consumption.
Finally, a quick look at your local computer retailer or online store will reveal that many printers have not one, but two resolution ratings-for example, 2400 x 1200 DPI. The first number indicates the horizontal resolution, while the second gives you its vertical counterpart. This difference is usually due to the printing head configuration and the underlying paper transport mechanics, which are designed to provide the right compromise of speed and quality to remain within the printer’s final price range. In practical terms, your printer’s driver will adjust the final output quality and you will not see a big difference.
Speed
Print speed is normally expressed as pages per minute (PPM).

While this seems straightforward, unfortunately, there’s no universal definition of what a “page” really is. Most printer manufacturers tell you that their speed tests are based on a letter-size page with an ink coverage of five percent.
The problem is that where that ink is located can dramatically affect the speed of some types of printers, while the complexity of the image and text printed could slow down some others.
For example, inkjet printers have a printing head that moves horizontally-thus, if the dots that make up the image printed are spread all over the page, the print head will have to move around a lot more than if the dots were concentrated in a single location, resulting in a lower speed. Laser printers, on the other hand, need to compose a physical representation of an entire page before they can print it; if the commands required to compose a page are particularly complex, it will take more time to output.
Different printing modes also result in different PPM ratings. Manufacturers typically provide values for color and grayscale,
especially in “multi-pass” laser printers, where the paper must take a longer path to print pages of the former type. The true
variances, however, are often much subtler than that. You can bet that printing in photo quality will be slower than printing in draft  mode-and that the PPM branded on the printer’s box is unlikely to express the speed of the former.
Therefore, it’s best to take the published PPM as an indication of the average speed of a printer-the higher, the better.
Durability
Another rating that you’re likely to find in the context of printer performance is the duty cycle. This number expresses the number of pages of output per month that a printer was designed to handle-typically; the manufacturer will start with this number as a goal and make a number of design decisions to satisfy it. These include the number and capacity of the paper trays, the efficiency of the printer’s cooling system, the quality and resilience of its electromechanical components, and so on.

Depending on its intended usage, therefore, a printer’s duty cycle can vary considerably. Less expensive consumer inkjets could have a cycle of 3,000 pages per month, while professional lasers can exceed 100,000 pages per month. When picking a printer, this number is only relevant in giving you a clue as to what kind of work it was designed to handle. Keep the duty cycle in mind as you evaluate other characteristics like ink cost and frequency of replacement, the price of maintenance kits, and so on.

Memory

Much like a computer needs graphical memory to display images on a screen, a laser printer needs memory to interpret the commands that make up a page and create its representation so that it can print. This makes RAM a very important-sometimes critical-resource.
Insufficient memory could result in the printer simply refusing to output a complex page, since it simply cannot compose it. Conversely, more memory will enable the printer to hold more information and speed up the printing process. By the same token, color printers typically need more memory than their black-and white counterparts, since each dot to be printed contains at least four times as much information.
Note that the amount of printer memory is tied to the size of a particular page, and not of an entire document. Therefore, a printer with 32MB of memory may be perfectly capable of printing a 100MB document, as long as none of its pages requires more than 32MB to represent.
In practical terms, making the right choice is as much art as science, and manufacturers have become quite adept at calibrating a printer’s memory alongside its duty cycle: users who need to print more pages are also more likely to print complex documents and, therefore, require more RAM, or so the reasoning goes. Whether or not that is the cases note that the RAM in most printers can be upgraded-although often at a much steeper price than computers.
Printing language
Printers come in many varieties, but they all share a common problem: they need to talk to a computer, and this requires some agreed-upon protocol. In printer parlance, this protocol is called a Page Definition Language (PDL).
The two most popular PDLs are PostScript, which was developed by Adobe Systems, and Page Command Language, or PCL, which was developed by Hewlett-Packard. The latter was designed as a simple but flexible protocol whose main goal was to shift as much of the work to the computer as possible in an effort to keep printers simple and inexpensive. Adobe’s solution, on the other hand, is a much more complex, but also more powerful, language designed primarily for printing professionals.
In the past, this meant that PostScript printers were significantly more expensive than their PCL counterparts, produced better and more consistent results, and were more widely supported (both OS X and Linux support Postscript natively). PCL printers were often cheaper, but originally designed to work with Windows and did not always include drivers for other operating systems. More recently, however, this distinction has become less relevant. The price of PostScript printers has decreased significantly, and almost every PCL-compatible printer now comes with OS X drivers.
These days, the choice of one PDL over the other is mostly relevant to industry professionals-from a consumer perspective, it’s more important to ensure that OS X has the right drivers for the printer you want to buy and let the operating system take care of the rest.
There are, however, some protocol-related options that you should keep in mind when shopping. The first is Direct PDF Printing, which allows a PostScript printer to perform all the steps required to print a PDF document without any assistance from the computer. This eases network load and computing requirements, which can be quite onerous for complex documents.
The second technology to keep an eye on is Airprint, which will allow iOS devices equipped with version 4.2 of Apple’s mobile operating system to print directly to compatible printers without having to connect through a computer. So far, only Hewlett Packard has announced built-in support for Airprint in its ePrint lineup, but it stands to reason that other manufacturers will follow suit, or risk leaving a potentially lucrative market in the hands of a competitor.
Bottom line
As you can see, printer terminology is sometimes difficult to understand, with complex concepts often lurking behind the simple numbers that you find printed on boxes and manuals. With a bit of research, however, you can use the information that manufacturers provide to make a more informed decision the next time you’re shopping for a printer.

EPSON’s CISS Printer! The world have changed.

 

 

A crazy product, Epson L100, from OEM- EPSON. Even EPSON they develop their own CISS printer with 70ml ink on CYMK.  With a page yield of up to 12,000^ pages for black and 6,500^ pages for colour.

To avoid patent issue, Epson even files patent invalidation application relating to Print-Rite’s CISS patents. This is also the first time OEM file patent invalidation again aftermarket’s manufacturer.

The world have changed. Nowaday, OEM provide CISS & Toner refill too. See previous post, Toner-Refilling MFP

 

 

“Toner Refilling” Multi Funtion Printer (MFP)

October 12, 2011, RICOH China held a press conference to release its brand-new “Aficio SP100 A4MFP” in Beijing, in order to meet Chinese users’ demands for the print quality. The launch indicates RICOH’s capability to independently develop, produce, and sell products in China, which also signifies that RICOH is accelerating its step to march into the fast-growing China A4MFP market.

display of Aficio SP100 Series

Toner Refilling MFP
The newly released Aficio SP100 series integrates functions such as printing, copying, scanning, and faxing to meet business office’s demands. In addition to its exquisite and trendy appearance, the new product is characterized by super-thin body that adopts compact and succinct design, and its black and white color combination brings in decent and elegant elements.  By integrating several functions like printing, copying, scanning, and faxing, Aficio SP100 meets customers’ all-round office demands. With Chinese operation and display screen, it provides users with much convenience. Needless to say, its high-speed response function achieves the initial printing time of 6.4s. Moreover, maximum monthly printing volume of 10,000 pages, “Super Low Noise”, and “Silence in Standby” etc. all exemplify the product’s high-efficiency and convenience. Aside from that, Aficio SP100 adopts the trendsetting design-“Toner Refilling”, which is conducive to cost reduction and accords with RICOH’s “Environmental Management” philosophy.