When you're in the market to purchase ink for your HP Designjet 50ps printer, it's easy to be swayed by third-party cartridges that have a lower sticker price than genuine inks manufactured by HP. While these inks may require a lower initial outlay on your part, it's worth considering the benefits that you can enjoy when you stick with genuine HP supplies. These can include higher yields, better print performance on every quality setting and better environmental performance. You'll also avoid the risk of damage and warranty violation that can occur when you use certain third-party products that haven't been approved by HP.
Getting the best possible performance from your HP Designjet 50ps printer
The HP Designjet 50ps is a specialist printer and requires genuine HP products to do the best possible job. Third-party inks can often produce lower-quality printouts that may require you to print the same piece of work multiple times in order to achieve acceptable results. All of this wastes time that could be better spent creating designs that make money for your business.
In addition, genuine HP supplies for the HP Designjet 50ps printer genuinely achieve a better yield rate than their third-party alternatives. This means that you won't have to replace the ink as often and, in many cases, you'll achieve a lower cost per page using genuine HP inks than you would with a third-party alternative.
Finally, it's worth taking a moment to consider the environmental benefits that come from using genuine products. Not only can you be sure that HP is constantly striving to meet the highest environmental standards, but you'll also know that the higher yield rate that HP inks achieve reduces the number of cartridges that have to be manufactured, creating a direct benefit for the environment. Taken together, all of these factors help to make genuine HP inks an excellent value choice.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.