It's likely you're shopping for Xerox toner while using a Windows or Mac OS based computer. For the unfamiliar, the term GUI – short for Graphical User Interface – is used to describe the way Windows and Mac OS functions. It refers to their usage of visual representations, i.e. clicking on icons with a mouse, in the everyday functioning of a computer. In short, the term was coined to differentiate computers from the old days that relied on pure text for its commands. However, credit for the creation of the graphical user interface cannot be attributed to Microsoft or Apple. In reality, credit for the GUI is generally given to the Xerox Corporation, the company that pioneered the photocopier business. Well before Microsoft and Apple ascended to prominence, Xerox developed the first commercial personal computer, the Xerox Alto, which integrated the usage of a GUI and mouse.
As alluded to above, Xerox also developed the world's first plain paper photocopier, the Xerox 914, in 1959. Today, it is hard to imagine an office setting without a photocopier of some type. Xerox single handedly revolutionized the way documents are reproduced and ushered in the office of the future with the 914. In fact, the 914's place in history has been validated with its display in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution.
While it's unlikely that you currently own a Xerox 914, it's safe to say that you own one of their many contemporary devices. Today, their product lineup includes printing and publishing systems , digital presses and “book factories”, laser and solid ink network printers, multifunction devices, fax machines, and of course, photocopiers. SuperMediaStore carries Xerox toner cartridges for many popular Xerox copy machines, Xerox fax machines, and Xerox laser printers. All of our Xerox toner, including OEM and Xerox compatible toner cartridges are of the highest quality and backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee !