Lexmark Print Cartridge (6,000 pages) in More Detail
Print Cartridge (6,000 pages) for Lexmark T430 Printers. Average Cartridge Yield 6,000 standard pages.
From the first print until the last, the Print Cartridge (6,000 pages) (12A8320) from Lexmark can help offer a consistently high level of print performance. Incredibly simple to install and capable of achieving a surprisingly high yield for a toner of such modest price and size, this toner cartridge can help offer a professional edge to all prints – whether you’re printing at home or in the office.
The cartridge’s impressive yield of 6000 pages can help you continue printing for longer than when using off-brand alternatives. Requiring less frequent cartridge changes can help significantly reduce print overheads. This original Lexmark product works with T430 printers; the cartridge is well-suited to a wide range of different print and copy tasks.
The extra page yield supplied by Lexmark laser printers has made them a hugely popular option with users looking to increase the output their machines produce before a replacement is necessitated. Reducing the overheads of replacement costs and creating a more efficient print environment, Lexmark toner technology can help control spend.
In addition to the top efficiency of laser printers and toner cartridges, they can also ensure you receive the highest quality printed output. Accurately capturing the nuances and depths of tone, toner technology ensures all your prints will be completed to the highest standard – for professional and personal use.
Having received extensive manufacturing training, the Printerland team is made up of dedicated print specialists and experts. As the UK’s largest independent reseller of printers, we are able to offer completely honest, transparent and impartial advice to all of our customers – ensuring you are guided to the perfect product for your requirements.
All print speeds, running cost calculations and consumable life cycles are MANUFACTURER ESTIMATES based on 5% per page coverage. Images are used for illustration purposes only