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HP 564 Cyan, Magenta & Yellow Original Ink Cartridges, 3 pack (CD994FN)

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4.1 out of 5 stars 559 customer reviews
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  • Combo Pack Print Cartridges
  • Includes 1 Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow Cartridge
  • Each Cartridge Yields up to 300 Pages
  • Brilliant, True to Life Color and Laser Quality Black Text with our Vivera Ink Technology
  • Water, Smudge and Fade Resistant Photos
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Product Description

Product Description

HP 564 Original cyan, magenta, yellow Combo Pack

From the Manufacturer


HP 564 INK CARTRIDGE COMBO PACK


IDEAL FOR:
  • Saving time and money: Get three color cartridges in one convenient pack
  • Brilliant, true-to-life color
  • Photos that resist fading for generations vs. less than a year using remanufactured inks1

    Yield2: 300 pages (Cyan); 300 pages (Magenta); 300 pages (Yellow)

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    #1 BRAND IN INK IS ALSO THE #1 VALUE
    Original HP ink cartridges yield 65% more pages than bargain inks

    PRINT MORE. REPRINT LESS.

    Original HP Ink is proven to be more reliable
    • Print up to 65% more pages than bargain inks3
    • More than 33% of tested refilled ink cartridges failed during use or right out of the box3
    • The tested Original HP print cartridges worked every time—without failing3


    BUY MORE, SAVE MORE

    HP High-capacity XL Print Cartridges
    • Print two to three times more pages than standard HP print cartridges
    • Replace print cartridges less often to avoid wasting plastic and packaging materials
    XL HP ink cartridge

    HP Multi-Packs
    • Save up to 10%, on average, over the cost of buying print cartridges separately
    • Get two or more cartridges per pack so you always have the ink you need on-hand
    Twin pack of HP ink & Combo pack of HP ink

    HP Value Packs
    • Save time and money with ink and paper in one convenient pack
    • Print affordable, lab-quality photos in the comfort of your own home
    • Create professional-quality marketing materials in your own office
    HP Photo Value Packs contain HP ink and HP photo paper



    RECYCLING MADE EASY

    Designed with the environment in mind
    • Free print cartridge recycling with the HP Planet Partners Recycling Program
    • Recycled plastic from used HP print cartridges and water bottles have made more than 400 million new Original HP inkjet print cartridges


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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.



    Product Information

    Technical Details

    Brand Name HP
    Item Weight 4 ounces
    Product Dimensions 6.4 x 4.5 x 1.5 inches
    Item model number CD994FN#140
    Color Cyan/Magenta/Yellow
    Number of Items 1
    Size One Size
    Manufacturer Part Number CD994FN

    Additional Information

    ASIN B00191RKGQ
    Customer Reviews
    4.1 out of 5 stars 559 customer reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #1,355 in Office Products (See top 100)
    #190 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Printer Ink & Toner > Inkjet Printer Ink
    #305 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Office Electronics Accessories
    Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
    Date First Available June 17, 2003

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    • Page Yield: 300 pages

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    Customer Reviews

    Top Customer Reviews

    There seems to be several misunderstandings about ink replacements.
    1. OEM from the manufacturer
    2. Remanufactured from a ink distributor

    The inks are basically the same, where do you think the OEM company gets the ink? In order to charge more to cover overhead and profits the OEM companies develop things like chips to "read' the ink. When you buy a remanufactured ink product they will not have the chip and "CAN" read empty misleading people into thinking the cartridges are partially empty and they got a bad deal. In reality they just dont have the chip so the computer misreads the info. It is simple to go into the printer software and turn off the chip reading service and everything will work fine except the ink level readings. They arent really accurate anyway. If getting an inaccurate reading of how much ink you have left is that important to you then you will need to buy the expensive OEM ink for that feature. If you want the same ink just a lot cheaper, remanfactured is a much more economical choice. Be sure to check out the company selling the remanufactured cartridges as with all companies selling anything on the internet, some are good and some are bad. The OEM companies have strict guidelines and only buy from the good companies. You need to research and do the same if you decide to buy remanufactured. The cheapest option normally isnt the best, It's the chepest for a reason. There are several reputable companies here in the USA and regulations are more stringent. I would look for that 1st.

    Also keep in mind all black inks from either are not the same, some are for Photo and some are for printing. An example is the HP Black XL 800 pages and the HP Black XL photo 290 pages. It is confusing if one dosn't read the box for the intended use.
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    I loved my HP Photosmart D7360 Printer which used the 02 ink cartridges. The colors were clear and bright and the 02 individual ink cartridges ($9.99) lasted longer than the tri-color cartridges. I would only replace the ink that was low.
    My new HP photosmart D7560 uses the 564 ink cartridges which were the same price as the 02, however the 564($9.99) ink cartridges don't last as long. To print the same amount of pictures as the 02 cartridges I have to purchase the 564XL ($18.99) cartridges which are 2x the cost!
    I was very disappointed that with the newer models the standard ink cartridges now have less ink and the color is not as vivid. HP printers have always performed well for me the the cost and volume of the 564 have been a disappointment!
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    Someone once observed to me that printer manufacturers were sort of like drug dealers: They lure you in with the free or cheap product (the printer) and then they trap you and break you as you keep coming back for more (the ink). My photosmart premium works wonderfully. I just feel as though these ink cartridges are empty almost as soon as you put them in. I tried refurbished cartridges but they seem to screw up the printer. So, they have me hooked. Either I kick the printing habit or I continue to shoot this cyan, magenta and yellow substance down my drains.
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    I just found out that there is an 800 page 564XL cart and a 290 page 564XL cart! Why are they both named the same? You have to look real close for either the page or the CB321WN number for 800 pages or the CB 322WN for 290. Do not just go by the "XL" thinking you are getting extra ink.
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    This is the most expensive printer we have ever had in terms of replacement costs of ink. Works very well, but will not purchase another HP. Instead of improving the longevity of the ink supply they are escalating the cost.
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    No satisfaction from HP tech support on this. I swore to them I had just replaced the cartridges, yet the printer kept telling me they were exhausted. Tried all the HP suggestions for trouble shooting (reset printer, clean cartridge contacts, clean print head, plus 10 other stupid things). Worthless. I won't give HP another dime for their cartridges.
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    As everyone else has said these ink cartridges are terrible. I don't think I even printed 20 pages of material and I am not printing anything high resolution. Just pages that my son needs for school, recipes,etc. I hate this printer, the cartridges and the people who made them.
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    Update, April, 2012. I just had to replace my Photosmart printer. It was about 3 years old, and I have "upgraded" to a new model through HP, for a small amount of money. I still use the same type of cartridges, and have replaced many since this post. Have not managed to "break" another one...but I do safeguard my stuff and my clothes whenever I am opening the new cartridges, because they have not changed the design so far. I have had to call tech support a few times over these years, and aside from the language barrier.....they have always taken care of me.

    I purchased a set of five replacement cartridges recently (not really a set, I had to get them from a few different Amazon sellers) because my printer was new (Photosmart Premium, which I LOVE) and I figured that the cartridges which came with it would not last long. Actually, I did a LOT of printing with them. However, when replacement time came, I took out the black xl (not the photo black), twisted the "arm" off of it (I HATE this system they use to get open their cartridges for placement in the printer) and ARRRRGGGGG...the entire "cap" thing came off, spilling black ink everywhere. RUINED my yellow LL Bean shirt, ink in my keyboard, ink on my synthesizer (Kork workstation which sits beside my computer table)...it was a dreadful mess, and three days later, my fingers are still stained.

    Anyway, I called HP tech support, who referred me to the design department (which is, I hear, working on a DIFFERENT design because of this problem.) They have overnighted me a replacement cartridge! For free, of course. So even though the design of these cartridges stinks, HP service has always come through for me.
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