When you need crystal-clear photo prints at stunning 9600 x 2400 dpi resolution, the HP Photosmart C6300 delivers. With print output speeds up to 34 ppm plus built-in wireless and the ability to print borderless prints and direct from an SD card, this versatile and feature-packed printer is ideal for the budding photographer. In fact, in independent tests the majority of professional photographers preferred prints made with original HP Vivera inks to any others. We supply standard (300 pages CMY, 250 pages K, 150 pages photo black) and XL capacity original ink cartridges (750 pages CMY, 290 pages photo black) for outstanding results with vivid and lifelike colours, deep blacks and truly neutral greys.
The HP ink difference
When you buy an HP printer, you need to invest in genuine HP cartridges. Why? Because original HP inks are specifically formulated to deliver quality, consistency and reliability. For example, an HP cartridge will print out 50% more than an aftermarket alternative cartridge, meaning for every four genuine HP inks you would need to buy six third-party ones. Still not convinced? Now consider that 40% of non-genuine cartridges failed in independent BLI testing. Some never worked at all while others failed inside the printer, delivering unusable prints and costing users in time, money and productivity.
Protect your investment
Original HP inks are engineered to be exceptionally pure and free flowing for accuracy on the page, leaving the print head unclogged. In independent tests, 4 out of 5 printers used were permanently damaged by using non-genuine inks, an expense you don't need. Protect your investment in HP technology by using genuine HP supplies, engineered to work perfectly with the print system in your HP Photosmart C6300.
Over three-quarters of genuine HP printer ink cartridges are manufactured from closed-loop recycled plastic. Responsibly recycle your genuine end of life consumables 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.