And lets' not forget Lexmark, too. They had their own DRM fun a few years ago.
It's better to burn out than fade away.
> On Sep 18, 2016, at 11:41, Rich K
> We now have two useless Epson printers thanks to similar DRM technology.
> One of them quit in the middle of printing a page, with an error saying
> that the ink cartridge was not recognized. It was an Epson cartridge.
> It was working just fine for two months before this happened. At least
> I didn't make the same mistake with this one as I did with the other one:
> I replaced all of first one's cartridges with new Epson ones. That was
> a waste of a time and money. This one? I just unplugged it.
> Of course we can't use those multi-function printers for anything else,
> i.e., this problem also disables the scanner and fax and so on.
> So that's $500 worth of paperweights. Thanks Epson. Thanks DRM.
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