We supply the full HP six-colour inkset for the HP Photosmart C7200 range of printers. These innovative Vivera inks are easy to use and designed to deliver professional quality prints, particularly suitable for archiving. The HP Photosmart C7200 range is capable of fast output speeds and resolutions up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (colour), ideally suited for the busy office that needs professional quality photographic prints and perfect for home and student use.
Versatile inks, exceptional results
HP photo-versatile Vivera inks are uniquely formulated to provide vivid and long-lasting results. Whether you want to archive a lifetime of holiday snaps or produce lab-quality photos at a fraction of the cost, these precision engineered inks have a wide colour gamut that offers vibrant and true to life colours, with accurate skin tones. Need high quality black and white photographic prints? HP Vivera inks deliver rich blacks and truly neutral greys for stunning output. In fact, in independent testing, photographic prints made using HP inks were the preferred choice of amateur and professional photographers alike.
Durable and fade free
Rigorously tested, original HP inks produce prints that will last for generations and are resistant to fading caused by light and heat. By using specialised HP papers you can create water-resistant prints that won't smudge or smear and can be handled straight from the printer. Nevertheless, prints made with plain copier paper will also look outstanding.
The HP ink difference
Unlike cheaper, non-genuine HP inks, original HP supplies are designed for reliability, consistency and quality. That's why they won't clog the print head or cause permanent damage like aftermarket alternative inks can. Don't pay the hidden costs of cheap ink - invest in HP quality to protect your printer and optimise your productivity.
Thanks to HP's global recycling programme Planet Partners, you can recycle genuine end of life consumables quickly and easily.
*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.