If you're looking to replenish the ink supply of your HP Photosmart 7520, be sure to use only genuine HP ink cartridges available from Printerland.
Versatility with affordability
Home users welcomed the arrival of the HP Photosmart 7520 as it brought to them all the quality and versatility of a professional printing experience, but at an affordable price for a non-business user. Why then risk the talents of the 7520 by using imitation ink products?
Genuine HP cartridges use their Vivera ink, engineered for lab-quality finish images, whether you are printing photos from the separate photo paper tray, or pictures from a host of wireless sources on to alternative forms of media.
High quality, low cost imagery
Using genuine HP ink in your machine allows you to print up to a staggering 9600 x 2400 optimised dpi resolution, with up to 14ppm attainable, and with individual colour cartridges, there’s no replacing of ink before it's time.
HP No.364 cartridges offer yields of up to 300 colour pages, or if you’re looking to make further savings, the high yield No.364XL cartridges are available, with the potential for up to 750 pages. Couple this with the printer’s dual-sided printing option and low energy use and it is clear that using HP cartridges benefits both your bank balance and the environment.
Dangers of imitations
Many sites will promise that their unbranded imitation products are compatible with your printer, but these products are a risk to your output and your machine. In the HP Photosmart 7520, you have a machine capable of the ultimate functions of a wireless all-in-one printer, with stunning images and affordable running costs, so don’t jeopardise the future of your machine or the quality of your prints. Keep benefitting from your printer for years to come with genuine HP ink cartridges available from Printerland.
*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.