Dell is leading the pack by focusing on the latest technologies in environmentally friendly printer ink and toner cartridge recycling. Dell listened to consumer concerns when it came to protecting the environment and now they are offering a new line of NextLife Dell inkjet ink cartridges. Each NextLife Dell ink cartridge delivers up to a 30% lower carbon footprint and has an increased page yield of up to 20% more than other brands. NextLife Dell ink cartridges are also packaged in 100% recyclable boxes that are comprised of 50% post-consumer waste. It's estimated that 400 million ink cartridges are disposed of every year in the United States and if just 1% of those cartridges were replaced with NextLife Dell inkjet cartridges then the carbon savings would equal the planting of 15,000 new trees. That's a huge impact on the environment that both Dell and their customers can make in such a simple way.
Dell has always known that great customer service along with high quality products was the key to global success and they continue to prove this every day as the company grows. Listening to their customers has shaped the way Dell does business, what products they produce, and how their products affect the world around us.
Dell revolutionized the consumer computer market by offering custom made computer systems directly to the buyer at an affordable price. However, it wasn't until 2003 that Dell expanded their product offerings with an economical line of printers to go along with their custom built desktops, laptops, and notebooks. At about the same time, they changed their name from Dell Computer Corporation to Dell Incorporated to reflect their evolving focus on providing a wide range of technology products and services directly to the buyer. One of the most important ways that Dell stays relevant in the highly competitive technology industry is by listening to their customers and applying what they learn to new products and developing industry-changing standards.
Dell continues to innovate the way we use technology by offering a full line of wireless and laser printers that use Dell toner cartridges at an incredibly low price. Today, most people have dozens of peripherals attached to their computers, including printers, scanners, disc drives, microphones, webcams, speakers, and digital cameras, to name a few. As a result, the future of technology is heading towards wireless devices and Dell is a leader in providing wireless printers to the consumer. All of Dell's wireless printer models are capable of printing, copying, and scanning; however, their high-end printers also feature faxing, automatic duplex copying, and large LCD digital display screens for easy photo editing without having to use a PC. These high quality printers can produce up to 4800 x 1200 dpi resolutions, 33 pages per minute mono printing, and duty cycles of 10,000 pages per month.