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Apollo printers were created over a decade ago by computer technology giant, Hewlett-Packard, as a way to get into the low end printer market. Apollo printers originally debuted on the market with prices under $100 and what was supposed to look like spiffy space-aged contours (which received favorable reviews at the time), but the printers ultimately did not sell as many units as the rest of the printers branded under the HP moniker. To wit, the low price precluded the inclusion of options available on many other printers. Which is not to say Apollo's brand of printer was bad, just overshadowed by bigger names and printers with more options. In fact consumer reports in the early 2000's pegged Apollo printers as one of the top home printers on the market for households with smaller budgets.
Apollo produced several types of ink jet and laser printers that used a two-cartridge system of black and white and color ink to produce high quality print outs. Many units supported up to a 1200dpi print job, with a 100-page paper tray for large printing jobs. They also came in varying colors from blue to green to white and more.
That a number of Apollo printers still exist in homes today means there is still a need for both software updates and replacement printer ink cartridges. The latest version of Windows still comes shipped with drivers for the Apollo, though sadly Mac operators report having a harder time finding updates. If you own an Apollo printer and need to update the drivers, a search through your Windows operating systems should turn up what you need.
Replacing ink cartridges for the Apollo can be a bit trickier as stores no longer carry them, but many sites online still carry the necessary replacement printer ink cartridges. The first thing you'll need to do is know what model printer you have, as there are slight variations between, say the 2000 and 2000i. In the beginning, Apollo built its printers to take standard HP ink cartridges, but this changed over time. Ultimately many Apollo cartridges utilized more elongated specifications. When you look for a replacement cartridge online today, be sure you're buying the right kind of Apollo cartridges if your machine does not house HP ones. As long as you know the specific cartridge number you need, you should have no trouble finding ink for it. Many sites even offer package deals on Apollo printer ink cartridges.
Though Apollo's brand of ink jet and laser printer was short lived, users still tout their reliability today. You can buy those products here on our site, at competitive prices.
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