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There is such a shortage of ink that Canon teaches you how to use pirated cartridges



The shortage in the semiconductor market is not only causing the most powerful chips on the market are scarce, as is the case with graphics cards, but also affects devices that use old or weak chips, as for example with the Raspberry Pi. Even ink cartridges use chips, and manufacturers like Canon are having trouble accessing them, recommending their own customers to hack.

The use of unofficial cartridges in ink printers It is a very widespread practice today. Manufacturers charge astronomical prices for a few milliliters of ink, which is why many turn to unofficial cartridges that cost up to 10 times less than the originals.

Printer shortage comes to cartridges

The functionality of these cartridges is practically identical, and the vast majority of manufacturers allow the use of these cartridges without much complication. Some brands like Canon or Epson, when entering a unofficial cartridge, show a message saying that we are using a compatible cartridge, but that we can use it normally. Others, like HP, greatly limit that function.

Since the pandemic began, it has been quite difficult to get hold of a printer. The increase in demand as the number of people who work at home increases, coupled with the fact that chips to make them have been in short supply for the past two years. The price of some printer models has doubled, and it is hard to find them in stock.

This stock problem is also affecting cartridges. So much so, that Canon has published a support sheet stating that the semiconductor shortages is preventing them from making all official cartridges with detection chips. These chips identify a cartridge as official, and can also record the level of ink or toner remaining.

Canon stops including chips in some toners

To avoid supply problems with cartridges, Canon has announced that it will temporarily is going to stop including chips in its cartridges until they can restore normal supply. Print quality will not be affected, but ink level detection will. In cartridges without a chip, the ink level will always appear at 100%, except when it is used up, which will go directly to 0%, and it will be necessary to change the cartridge.

Also, on the help page, Canon specifies that if there is a problem with the detection of the cartridge, and it does not print the error, you can skip it by reseating the official cartridge. Most models use toner, so in principle this only affects the following laser models of the company:

  • imageRUNNER 1435i / 1435iF
  • imageRUNNER 2625i / 2630i / 2645i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4525i / 4535i / 4545i / 4551i, II and III
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C250i / 350i / C351iF
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C255i / C355i / C355iF / C256i / 356i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C256i / 356i II and III
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C3320i / 3325i / 3330i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C3520i / 3525i / 3530i, II and III
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5535i / 5540i / 5550i / 5560i, II and III
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 4725i / 4735i / 4745i / 4751i
  • ImageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 6000i Series
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C257i / C357i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C3720i / 3725i / 3730i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C3822i / 3826i / 3830i / 3835i
  • imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5735i / 5740i / 5750i / 5760i
  • imageRUNNER C1325iF / 1335iF
  • imageRUNNER C3025i
  • imageRUNNER C3125i
  • imageRUNNER C3226i
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Elon Musk announced the creation of a “hardcore judicial department” immediately after sexual harassment allegations



Elon Musk announced the creation of a hardcore judicial department

Billionaire Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX, has announced the creation of a “hardcore litigation department” to “directly initiate and execute lawsuits.” This announcement came right after the CEO was accused of sexual harassment.

Yesterday it became known that a charge was brought against Musk, which says that in 2016, Musk harassed a flight attendant on board one of the SpaceX aircraft. He allegedly offered a flight attendant a horse in exchange for sex.

Dmitry Rogozin has already commented on the situation, complaining next time to offer a donkey.

Elon Musk announced the creation of a

Tesla is creating a hardcore litigation department where we directly initiate and execute lawsuits. The team will report directly to me.

Elon Musk

He also outlined two main points in the work of the new team:

  • We will never seek victory in a just cause against us, even if we are likely to win.
  • We will never give up and close an unfair case against us, even if we probably lose.

This reflects Musk’s previous comments about his and Tesla’s litigation policy: “Tesla’s policy is to never give in to false claims, even if we lose, and never to fight true claims, even if we win.”

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AnTuTu has set a new record – 1,118,000 points. It’s just not clear which smartphone is capable of this.



AnTuTu has set a new record 1118000 points Its

A screenshot published on the Web speaks of the emergence of a new super-powerful smartphone in the world. It set the AnTuTu performance record, scoring 1,118,000 points. That’s just what kind of smartphone it is and who made it – it’s not clear: neither the brand nor the model has been determined.

AnTuTu has set a new record - 1,118,000 points.  It's just not clear which smartphone is capable of this.

The device is built on the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC presented yesterday, and large amounts of memory are also noteworthy – 18 GB of RAM and 512 GB of flash memory. The current conventional flagships cost 12, maximum – 16 GB of RAM, which means that we tested, most likely, a gaming smartphone – they usually have more RAM. Of the confirmed gaming models based on Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, only Asus ROG Phone 6 is. It is possible that he is the new AnTuTu record holder.

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Xiaomi showed Mi Band 7 in new images. Lots of new themes and a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen in all its glory



Xiaomi showed Mi Band 7 in new images Lots of

Xiaomi continues to publish teasers dedicated to the Mi Band 7 fitness bracelet. Recall that the official premiere of the new product will take place very soon – on May 24th.

Xiaomi showed Mi Band 7 in new images.  Lots of new themes and a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen in all its glory

The first image confirms the presence of a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen, although earlier we talked about using a smaller 1.56-inch display in the device. This picture was posted on Weibo by the head of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, and in the accompanying text, he noted that the bracelet supports heart rate and SpO2 monitoring, various exercise modes, weather forecast display, etc. But not a word about the presence of a built-in GPS module, although rumors speak of its presence.

Xiaomi showed Mi Band 7 in new images.  Lots of new themes and a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen in all its glory

The second picture demonstrates not only the color variety of branded straps, but also the variability of the main screen themes. And, of course, not all topics are represented in the picture. Xiaomi Mi Band 7 will go on sale in two versions – with and without NFC. The NFC version has already been spotted in China for $40.

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