Amazon Helps Samsung Printers Order Your Toner Before You Run Out

Amazon announced the launch of new Dash Replenishment integration with Samsung printers so users won't be left without toner when they need it. As the company notes, this could save you a potential jam on a time-sensitive project.

Samsung was announced as a partner for the service back in October, along with GE, August, Gmate, Obe, Oster, Petnet, CleverPet, Sutro, Thync, and Sealed Air. Amazon noted at the time that Samsung laser printers would order toner cartridges.

Now, the functionality is available for select models, and customers can sign up for Dash Replenishment through Samsung's Mobile Print app, which lets users wirelessly print from their mobile devices or via Samsung's Easy Printer Manager, a device management console for Windows and Mac.

The user can select which toner is automatically ordered when a replacement is needed, and the printer will then monitor toner levels. Before it runs out, an order will be placed and shipped by Amazon.

“Let’s face it, there’s never a good time to run out of toner,” said Andrew Sivori, Vice President, CE-IT Product Marketing at Samsung Electronics America. “Through our collaboration with Amazon and integration of Amazon Dash Replenishment, we can ensure that our valued customers never experience lost time or productivity due to an empty toner cartridge. Samsung is committed to improving small office productivity through advanced technology.”

“Amazon Dash Replenishment prevents the ‘oh-no’ moments of running out,” said Daniel Rausch, Director of Amazon Devices. “A Samsung printer using Dash Replenishment automatically orders toner when it’s needed, so customers don’t have to think or worry about how much is left and they won’t ever run out of the toner supplies needed to stay productive.”

Earlier this year, Amazon announced additional Dash Replenishment devices including Brother printers, a GE washer, and a Gmate SMART blood glucose monitor. The program also includes Purell soap and hand sanitizer devices and the Whirlpool Smart Dishwasher.

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