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Samsung Electronics is the world’s largest information technology company, and manufactures a wide range of high quality electronic equipment.

The company was established as a subsidiary of Samsung Group in 1988, by merging Samsung Electrics and Samsung Semiconductor & Communication. Since Samsung Group was already involved in many different business and industrial areas, it was only logical for it to get involved in the ever-growing electronics market. Samsung Electronics created their first mobile phone in 1988, but suffered from poor sales due to over saturation of the market, and Motorola’s dominant market share.

Although their initial corporate efforts lacked success, Samsung Electronics came back to the market with the world's first 64Mb DRAM in 1992. Following the expansion of IT industry and their growing success, Samsung Electronics moved into the printing industry producing high quality, yet affordable printers. With the support of Samsung Group, Samsung Electronics managed to keep up with the latest technologies in the area of printing, thus retaining a solid market share over the years.

Today Samsung Electronics bears the title of a flagship subsidiary of Samsung Group. In 2011, Samsung Electronics won over the position of the world’s largest tech company from Apple Inc. and represents a major part of the South Korean economy. Revenues of nearly $250 billion in 2011 speak well of this company’s magnitude.

Samsung offer a spectrum of different printing products, which include mono laser printers, mono multifunction printers, colour laser printers, colour multifunction printers, as well as A3 multifunction printers. Once you invest in a Samsung printer, you will want to find reliable and affordable Samsung toner cartridges or Samsung ink cartridges that match your printer model. Look no further than Ink Depot, one of the cheapest Samsung printer ink providers. You are guaranteed to find genuine Samsung printer cartridges that best suit your printer model in our easy-to-use online store.