When you're shopping for supplies for your HP CP3520 printer you have the choice between genuine, manufacturer approved toner and third-party supplies. While the third-party option can look cheaper at first glance, there are a number of advantages that come with using genuine, manufacturer approved products that make the decision a little more complicated than it might first appear.
For example, the genuine toner will allow you to get the best possible performance from your printer, it also offers the highest possible yield and the best environmental performance. Finally, by using genuine toners from HP, you'll avoid the risk of expensive damage to your printer that can occur when you use certain third-party products.
Getting the best levels of performance from your HP CP3520 printer
Your HP CP3520 is capable of printing up to 30 pages per minute in black and white or colour. Selecting genuine cartridges will help you to reach these types of performance levels. It will also improve the quality of every page you print. In some cases, this will allow you to select a lower print quality setting, making every page that you print faster and cheaper.
It's also worth considering the yield that you'll get from any toner that you buy. HP inks for the CP3520 printer are capable of producing around 3,000 pages before they need to be replaced. This not only means you'll be able to print more pages but also helps to protect the environment by reducing the overall number of toners that need to be manufactured. You'll also avoid the risk of damaging your printer by using third party toners which can lead to expensive repairs that may not be covered by the manufacturer warranty.
When you take all of these factors together, genuine supplies can be the most cost-effective option for keeping your HP CP3520 printer running smoothly.
*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.