If you're looking for new toner for your HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M553, it can be difficult to resist the temptation of cheaper looking third party supplies. However, before you go ahead and order, make sure that you've considered the advantages that come from using a genuine HP toner. These include a lower overall impact on the environment, better yields so your toner lasts longer, higher quality printouts and no risk of the toner causing damage to your printer that results in downtime and costly repairs. Taken together, these factors can mean that using genuine HP products is cheaper and more straightforward than choosing to opt for a third-party alternative.
Obtaining the best performance from your HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M553
When you use genuine HP products, your printer will be able to produce around 40 pages per minute in black and white or colour. One of the main advantages of sticking with a genuine HP toner is that you'll receive the highest possible print quality levels at whichever quality setting you select. This often means that you're able to reduce the quality settings that you use and still receive an acceptable quality of printout.
Another advantage of genuine HP toner is the yield level that you will achieve. Replacement toners for the HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M553 can produce between 6,000 and 12,500 pages, depending on the precise option that you choose. This also significantly reduces the environmental impact of your printing by allowing you to go longer without having to order new supplies for the printer.
Protect your investment
Finally, choosing genuine supplies will avoid the damage that can be caused to your printer by certain third-party consumables. This means that you don't risk days of downtime while you wait for a repair that may not be covered under your warranty to be carried out on your printer.
*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.