When you're shopping for replacement ink supplies for your HP CP1700 printer, it's easy to be tempted by third-party alternatives. These can often appear to be cheaper at first glance, however, when you stop to consider all the advantages that come with using genuine, manufacturer approved inks, the calculation becomes more complicated. When you use genuine ink, you'll enjoy better print quality, the highest environmental standards and the best possible yield rates. You'll also avoid the damage that can be caused when you use unsupported third-party inks in your printer.
Getting the most out of your HP CP1700 printer
Your HP CP1700 is capable of printing up to 16 pages per minute in black and white and 14 pages per minute in colour. You're much more likely to hit these numbers if you're using genuine inks. They'll also improve the overall quality of your prints, which may make it possible to set your printer to a lower quality setting and still receive acceptable quality printouts.
You'll also receive the highest levels of yield when you use inks from your printer's original manufacturer. This means that you'll be able to print more pages before you have to replace the ink cartridge. The genuine HP CP1700 inks that we sell are capable of printing 16,000 pages before they require replacement. That's a far better performance than you'd receive from many third-party products.
Protecting the environment
As you'd expect from a major manufacturer like HP, all of its inks are manufactured to the highest possible environmental standards. The higher yield rates mean that your cartridge will last longer before needing to be replaced, reducing the number of cartridges that are required over the lifetime of your printer.
When you consider all of the advantages of using genuine ink, it can often be a much more cost-effective way of keeping your printer running reliably.
*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.