We supply standard and ultra long life genuine HP cartridges for the HP OfficeJet Pro K850. Choose standard (28ml CMY, 69ml K) or print head cartridges (24k pages CMY, 16k pages K) depending on your budget, and you'll produce high-quality prints with this single-function wide-format printer capable of resolutions up to 4,800 by 1,200 optimised dpi at print output speeds of up to 24ppm (draft, black). If your small or home office needs the precision of exceptional colour printing and lower volumes of monochrome text, then the HP OfficeJet Pro K850 could be the printer for you.
Choose HP for quality and reliability
HP inks are designed and engineered to work precisely with a particular HP printer to produce high-quality prints from the first page to the last. Whether you're printing photos and publicity materials or you need archive-quality prints for your records, HP inks deliver. Fast drying to make the most of duplex printing, these inks produce prints that are smudge, fade and water resistant for enhanced durability. With vivid, photo-realistic colours, laser-like monochrome and high definition in the fine details, HP inks deliver professional quality for the small and home office.
Aren't non-genuine cartridges a smart choice?
Non-genuine cartridges are the smart choice if you believe all ink cartridges are created equal. They aren't. Non-genuine cartridges can't match the quality of HP prints and they won't print out 100% of their yield, as HP cartridges have done under independent test lab conditions. Poor-quality cartridges also compromise the reliability of your HP OfficeJet Pro K850 printer, causing malfunctions and even permanent damage that has hidden costs in terms of lost productivity, printer downtime and money spent getting you up and running again.
HP also make it easy to participate in their closed loop recycling through the HP Planet Partners Programme.
*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.