From everyday documents to year-end reports, only Original HP toner
cartridges and HP papers are precisely formulated to bring out the
best in your HP LaserJet printer, page after page after page.
HP printing has been recognized
as an industry leader with numerous accolades.
So, with HP's impeccable record,
are the potential problems of remanufactured toner cartridges-premature
failure, spills, smudges, wasted paper and wasted time-worth the risk?
The choice, just like the printing,
of your printing
When you consider the true value of your toner
cartridge, think about this: More than 70% of the printing system
is contained in an Original HP LaserJet toner cartridge-every
time you replace your cartridge, you get new components.
And why is this important?
Every two seconds, these components perform seven
precision tasks flawlessly, producing high quality output while
also giving your printer a built-in tune-up. That's something
remanufactured toner cartridges simply cannot do.
See the HP LaserJet toner cartridge perform flawlessly:
the worse and the ugly
Remanufactured toner cartridge with built up
toner can lead to print defects
A lot of things can happen when you purchase a
remanufactured toner cartridge:
Bad printouts from worn or used components, frequently
not replaced in remanufactured toner cartridges
Toner impurities that can lead to substandard
Leakage on clothes, paper and printer caused from
Print defects such as streaking or banding
You can avoid these potential pitfalls with one
simple step: always buy Original HP Black LaserJet toner cartridges.
reason to trust HP
Original HP toner particles are engineered to
be rounder and smoother for precise placement on the page, while
remanufactured toner cartridges often include toner gathered
from random sources. The jagged particles from remanufactured
toner can cause greater wear and tear on your printer, compromising
print quality and performance.
Original HP toner particle vs. remanufactured
Get the pages
Many remanufactures quote yields
based on non-industry standards. So you never really know how many
pages you can expect to print. Every HP toner cartridge meets or exceeds
the industry standard for measuring toner cartridge yield, ISO/IEC
Trust HP, where standards are
built into every cartridge.
For all products compatible with printers sold
before June, 1999 HP publishes yields using our previous proprietary
yield measurement methodology, which is reasonably consistent with
the ISO standard for toner cartridge yield. The HP method uses statistical
methodologies that are similar to the ISO standard and more rigorous
in some cases. For example, The HP method generally tests more printers
and cartridges than required by the ISO standard. The HP method uses
a test page based on 5% coverage. Yields for these older products
can be found by searching for the printer or print cartridge in the
product information on hp.com.