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    I must say that your service is absolutely exceptional and I have recommended your company and products to several friends today; all are serious "printer" people.I retired last year and my friends are all into, or are still working in the photo industry. Sincerely,Gerhard


    Dear, just to let you know than i realy appreciate your costumer service.
    Thank you


    Just a Thank you and all the best


    Ce message est simplement pour vous dire que j'ai bien reçu la commande XXXXXX et que je suis très satisfait de la rapidité de la livraison et aussi de la qualité de l'encre. C'est la première fois que j'utilise de l'encre "autre que l'originale" et pour le moment je suis très satisfait. Soyez certain que je vais vous référez à mes amis et collègues de travail et c'est certain que je vais commander à nouveau de chez vous. Merci beaucoup.


    Je veux seulement vous dire un gros merci pour la rapidité avec lequel vous avez traité ma demande et aussi pour le petit extra en papier photos,c'est très apprécié.



    I received my order, thank you for your great customer service..



    It is not often people write emails or letters of praise but consider this one of the rare ones!
    I must say, ordering your product was about the easiest imaginable. Coupled with the fact that it arrived here basically “next day” I am thoroughly happy. To tell you the truth, I was expecting to have to go pay full retail for one black cartridge thinking that your’s would take at least a week to arrive but I was wrong, the order arrived before I could even go out to get one!
    Congrats people, I WILL tell all my friends and neighbours about you!

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Art Cards

Innova Art Ltd has launched of premium inkjet printable card stock and envelopes. The cards are offered in two sizes, large and small, with matching envelopes. This naturally white, 220 g/m2 two side printable card stock with a velvety smooth finish produces rich, vibrant color prints as well as dark, deep B&W images. It’s technologically advanced coating is optimized for both pigmented and dye based inkjet inks so they are compatible with most of today’s printers.

Initially available in two configurations, a 100 count box with both cards and envelopes or 1000 count bulk cartons of cards or envelopes (sold separately). Although manufactured in Europe, the card and envelope dimensions conform to the standards of the US Stationery market and USPS postal regulations.

According to Innova US President, Wayne Connelly, "Innova will be expanding into the card, craft, and hobby markets with some select products, carrying on the same quality tradition as the other products in the Innova portfolio. In addition, the Art Cards are a nice complement to our existing range of fine art papers and canvas used worldwide by renowned photographers and artists."

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Imagine watching television’s Master chef and actually smelling the sultry aromas of the contestants’ classic dishes? Or watching Match of the Day and smelling that freshly cut football pitch? This could all now be possible, thanks to Japanese scientists, who have taken a humble ink jet printer and adapted it into a intriguing smell-o-vision device.
Researchers from Tokyo’s Keio University took a Canon inkjet printer and replaced the normal colour ink cartridges with scented solutions, such as cinnamon, grapefruit and lavender. Inkjets produce ink by heating a wire tendril, which forces the colour down a tube and onto the page. And just like the way in which an inkjet rapidly switches between colours to produce multicoloured documents, the same idea applies for aromas, meaning one scent can quickly follow another.
"We are using the inkjet printer‘s ability to eject tiny pulses of material to achieve precise control," Dr Kenichi Okada, from the Keio team, told New Scientist. More primitive smell-o-vision devices have been developed before. The release of the 1960 film Scent of Mystery, later called Holiday in Spain, starring Denholm Elliot, saw cinema auditoriums adopt a system which emitted smells that accompanied the narrative of the film.