Apple Toner Cartridges

Your Apple laser printer’s been begging for a new Apple toner cartridge for sometime now.  Like an adolescent, flippant about its lineage and genealogy, the printer fails to realize that it represents only a small part of its maker’s epic journey from a tiny, 3-man operation to the world’s most valuable tech company.  In fact, their legend of success, failure, and redemption is worthy of retelling for generations to come.  Their innovative products released during the genesis of the home computer market led to a large portion of what is now considered to be a part of the standard computing experience.  Based on technology developed at Xerox, the Apple Lisa was released in 1983, representing the first mainstream home computer to utilize the now standard mouse and graphical user interface.  While the Lisa’s extremely high price tag prevented it from achieving significant market penetration, the release and subsequent success of Apple’s Macintosh computer in 1984 proved to be the vehicle that would transform the Apple brand into a global icon. 

The departure of Steve Jobs in 1985 and a seemingly endless wave of manufacturers producing IBM compatible computers reduced Apple’s market share to the point where the company was starving for revenue by the 1990s.  It would take the introduction of the iPod in 2001 and iPhone in 2007 to realign Apple’s wheels and restore their position as a leader in the tech industry.  In addition, the return of Steve Jobs as CEO in the mid 1990s provided the visionary leadership that was missing since his departure a decade before. 

In appreciation of Apple’s inspiring rise from the ashes, SuperMediaStore stocks a wide variety of Apple toner cartridges covering many printers in the Apple Laserwriter series.  All of our Apple toner cartridges are remanufactured by MSE and is of the highest quality – our 100% satisfaction guarantee proves it, allowing you to shop with peace of mind!

2 Ways to Find Your Apple Toner Cartridges:
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