HP 564XL Photo High Yield Original Ink Cartridge (CB322WN)
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- *Not for Photosmart Plus Printers*
- Photo Black Ink Cartridge
- Get Brilliant, True-to-Life Color and Laser-Quality Black Text with Our Vivera ink Technology
- Fade and Smudge Resistant Photos
- Consistent, High-Quality Results
- Yields Approx. 290 Pages at 5 Percent Coverage
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HP 564XL PHOTO BLACK INKJET PRINT CARTRIDGE
Yield2: 290 4" x 6" photos
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1 Less than a year of display permanence behind glass is average for North America refill ink brands tested by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. (see www.hp.com/go/printpermanence). HP Vivera ink and HP paper average 40x greater display permanence behind glass than refill inks with recommended paper.
2 Average based on ISO/IEC 24711 or HP testing methodology and continuous printing. Actual yield varies considerably based on content of printed pages and other factors. For details see www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.
3 A QualityLogic 2009 study compared Original HP inkjet print cartridges (92A, 93A, 98A, 95A, 21A and 22A) with refilled ink cartridges sold in North America. For details, see www.qualitylogic.com/2009HPinktest.pdf.
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This particular web page shows a picture of what is more likely the old 564XL Black ink cartridge - because the package seems to show "3X the pages" but has the data indicating the new 564XL Black ink cartridge part number - which package (the one I recently received) shows " NEW lower price, smaller size Up to 2X more pages".
The previous 564XL Black ink cartridge was thicker and as indicated on the package offered up to 3X the printing of the regular 564 Black ink cartridge. Its HP number was/is CB321WN#140 (option 140 on package). Cost about $30.
The replacement 564XL Black ink cartridge is now (one-half) about the thickness of the 564 color ink cartridges and indicates 2X the printing (550 pages) as the regular 564 Black ink cartridge. Its HP number is CN684WN#140 (option 140 on package). Cost about $22 - here and on the HP web site.
HP no longer indicates the actual amount of ink in the cartridges it sells nor apparently do the phone support people know. The HP part number is on the bottom of the package.
Ignoring any cost change contribution of cartridge parts such as plastic, electrical and packaging, you pay about 10 per cent more for the ink in the new replacement 564XL ink cartridge. Shipping cost differences affect the final cost and should be noted.Read more ›
HP lost its soul a long time ago and has been a scummy company for a while now. Their printers are now cheap commodity products intentionally designed to break after a couple years. I have been through many, each with light use. I recall when one of them was "bricked" by their own software update, only a month out of warranty. I called TECH SUPPORT and got routed to a call center in India where the person didn't know enough tech to set his watch and spent the whole time trying to sell me on buying a new printer from him on the spot to replace the old one. He said I would get a deep discount because they were doing it to fix their tech problem but when I looked it up on real time online he was quoting MSRP and about $150 more than I could buy it online. When I called him out on that he hung up on me. And this was their official tech support line. I went online and was able to fix the software problem myself by reverting to an old version and the printer was fine... For another 3 months until the internal power supply failed and they wanted $250 to fix it, which was more than it cost to replace. That's HP for you.
But for Amazon to facilitate this criminal operation by selling the bait-and-switch product under the same product # as the old original version makes them no better.
The HP Photosmart printers have one large black ink cartridge and 3 or 4 smaller cartridges for color. Some models only have 3 colors and others add a 4th - photo black. So if, like me, you have the model with 3 color cartridges, you will never use a photo black cartridge. To replace the large black cartridge, order regular ink, not Photo Ink.
In case you're wondering, the difference between the 564 and 564XL is the 564XL contains more toner. Both the regular ink and the Photo Ink are available as 564 or 564XL.
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Seems to work well; my wife hasn't complained about her printer lately.Published 2 days ago by Richard Lopez