When you're purchasing new toner for your HP CP4525 printer, you'll often have the choice between genuine HP cartridges and other products from third-party suppliers that aren't approved by the manufacturer. It can be tempting to go for the third-party products due to a lower headline price. However, there are a number of other factors that you should consider before you make a choice. Genuine ink offers a number of advantages over third-party supplies that may not be immediately obvious. These include a higher yield from every cartridge that you buy, higher print quality and better environmental performance. You'll also avoid the risk of damage that can occur when you use certain third party supplies.
Maximising the capabilities of your HP CP4525
The HP CP4525 printer is capable of printing up to 42 pages per minute in black and white or colour. You're more likely to achieve this level of performance if you're using genuine HP toner cartridges that are fully supported by the printer. You'll also find that these cartridges offer the highest possible yields. The black toner for the HP CP4525 can produce around 8,500 pages before needing to be replaced, while the colour toners can produce 11,000 pages before reaching this point. Many third-party options will struggle to get close to this level of performance.
The environmental factor
HP manufactures all of its supplies to the high standards that you would expect from a company of its size and reputation. The high yield of its cartridges brings significant environmental benefits as it reduces the number of cartridges that are required for users to print a certain number of documents. When you consider the vast number of toners HP sells every year, this makes a significant contribution towards protecting the environment.
Taken as a whole, it's clear that there are a number of advantages to using genuine ink that can make it a great value choice for your HP CP4525.
*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.