Categorize ink and toner cartridges according to the definitions below. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with these definitions.
All three listing types mentioned below should be offered on a separate product detail page, with individual barcodes assigned to each page.
An original ink or toner cartridge manufactured by the company that manufactured the printer in which the cartridge is used (such as, Hewlett-Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Brother, etc.), and which is in its original retail packaging.
An original branded cartridge that has been used, re-manufactured, and refilled with ink or toner. To varying degrees, the cartridge may have been taken apart, cleaned, and had parts replaced.
An ink or toner cartridge designed to work with a particular printer, but which was not manufactured by the company that manufactures the printer in which the cartridge is intended to be used. These cartridges are produced using mostly new or all new parts and components.