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The Original Canon PG-210 Extra Large Ink cartridge delivers extra sharp black text and graphics consistently. It yields up to 400 pages. It is compatible with Canon Pixma MP240, MP480, MP490, MX330 printers. It weighs 0.18 lbs. Create striking documents and photos with ease when you use the Canon 2973B001 ink to print your documents in various formats. The FINE technology in the cartridge ensures that your professional quality documents remain crisp and smudge free. Prints resist fading for quality that lasts.
Genuine Canon inks and ink cartridges are designed, developed, manufactured and packaged in Japan. In other words, the entire process is centrally controlled and it makes the quality control simple and well-organized; and helps to maintain the quality of all genuine Canon inks at a high level. All genuine Canon ink cartridges are designed for your easy printing of your beautiful prints.
Canon has improved the 'FINE Cartridge', or integrated print head designed by utilizing FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology, for higher print quality.
Dye-color ink of latest FINE Cartridge has wider color reproduction with richer colors than the previous generation FINE Cartridge, especially in Red area, i.e. around Yellow, Red and Magenta, to deliver more brilliant output not only on photo paper but also on plain paper.
At the CREATIVE PARK website www.canon.com/c-park consumers will find lots of fun material that can be downloaded and printed for free - including 3D paper crafts, scrapbooking pages, frames, greeting cards, calendars and much more.
I've always had good results with this ink, and I will continue to use it. It's the only ink I've used with my Canon printer.Published 3 days ago by Casper, the ghost
It's like all other ink cartridges, too little ink for too much money.Published 7 days ago by Dennis L. Redding