Last month Hewlett Packard announced an across the board price rise of 5% for all HP inks, HP toners and papers. While we have been lucky over the past 2 years with our appreciating dollar causing great price drops in consumables, unfortunately things are now going the other way and we are going to have to start paying more.

The vast majority of printer consumables coming into the country are paid with US dollars, so any changes in the exchange rate are reflected in the prices end users pay. With the US dollar rising, this means we will be paying more for consumables.

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