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|SilentWriter 1097||SilentWriter 90||SilentWriter 95||SilentWriter 97|
|NEC SilentWriter II|
|SilentWriter II Model 1097||SilentWriter II Model 90||SilentWriter II Model 95||SilentWriter II Model 97|
|NEC SilentWriter S|
|SilentWriter S102||SilentWriter S50||SilentWriter S60||SilentWriter S62|
|SuperScript 1260||SuperScript 1400||SuperScript 1450||SuperScript 1800|
Established in 1899 following an international treaty between the United States and Japan, NEC entered a joint venture with Western Electric in the burgeoning market for telephone and telegraph infrastructure. In the early 20th century, NEC steadily expanded their production of telephones and communication switches in conjunction with telecommunications services. By 1915, NEC established an extensive network telecommunications systems through China, Korea and Japan.
NEC continued to develop cutting-edge technology despite damage related to the Great Kanto Earthquake of the 1920's, which killed workers, top-ranking engineers and destroyed telephone infrastructure along with four of the company's production centers. In the 1950s, NEC led the transition from vacuum tubes to transistors in the radio and broadcasting markets. The company also supplied submarine cable for transpacific communications systems in the mid 20th century. In 1959, NEC unveiled the first transistor-powered computer at the prestigious UNESCO Automath show in Paris paving the way for future advances in integrated circuits and semiconductors.
In 1983, the Nippon Electric Company formally rebranded itself as NEC manufacturing integrated computer and communications devices for the global market. Throughout the 1990s, NEC continued to develop advanced computer and telecommunications products, including handheld computers, hybrid phones, fax machines and high-capacity inkjet and laser printers, including NEC's SuperScript, SilentWriters and NEFAX products as well as printers in the BIT and IT series.
Designed for businesses and high-volume consumers, NEC toner cartridges are ideal for large printing jobs with a capacity of approximately 6,000 pages. Due to changes in business structure, NEC no longer offers ink refills or replacement cartridges for many heritage models. By switching to generic printer ink and toner refill kits, consumers can continue to enjoy the high-quality and high-capacity of NEC office equipment with affordable replacement cartridges. Ink and toner refill kits are a great way to save on bulk quantities of ink while making an eco-friendly decision for your green office.
Switching to remanufactured ink or bulk refills for NEC printers is an easy decision. With remanufactured cartridges and generic refills, consumers are guaranteed the same compatibility and print quality expected from genuine NEC products. Each remanufactured cartridge is completely reconditioned before it's refilled with high quality pigment inks or laser toner to ensure consumers are guaranteed high-quality print results with all compatible and remanufactured cartridges for NEC printers and fax machines.
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