Hewlett Packard is one of the world’s most successful printer manufacturers, with its products being found in homes and offices around the world. The HP Officejet Pro X551 is a dependable office printer with a host of useful features, and at Printerland we stock replacement inks for a large variety of HP machines, including the X551.
Clear and fast printing
Offices can be incredibly demanding environments, requiring reliable tools to print documents efficiently and to a high standard. The HP Officejet Pro X551 Inkjet Printer has the capability to print up to 70 pages per minute in full colour, in resolutions of up to 2400 x 1200 dpi. With auto duplexing, large documents can be printed and collated without fuss, making the X551 perfect for multiple users. It is also compatible with a variety of devices and operating systems.
Official HP inkjet ink suppliers
In order to keep your HP Officejet Pro X551 functioning correctly, you should be aware that it is best practice to only use official HP inkjet inks. Official products provide larger yields and better quality prints – even on lower quality paper. However, don’t just take our word for this – independent consumer studies have confirmed on numerous occasions that official HP inks consistently out-perform their generic counterparts.
Genuine HP consumables
Although compatible ink cartridges can sometimes seem like an attractive proposition on online marketplaces, it’s worth remembering that these cheap imitations could potentially damage your printer hardware, resulting in downtime – something which no busy office needs. In order to avoid complications, reduce stress and enjoy great quality prints, it makes sense to opt for genuine HP inks for your Officejet X551 from a reputable, approved vendor. Don’t make the mistake of opting for a product with no warranty or support in the event of an issue.
*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.