HP LaserJet 1320 printers offer the ideal combination of speed and affordability and, once combined with high-quality HP 1320 Mono Printer Toner Cartridges from the Printerland range, they also offer outstanding results.
Power and performance
The combination of a 1320 series printer with HP 1320 Mono Printer Toner Cartridges is the perfect choice for a wide range of settings, whether you simply use a printer at home to output letters, coursework or your favourite recipes, or you need to boost your printing power in a small office environment, without breaking the bank.
Wherever you choose to print, you can be confident of high-quality, professional results with crisp black text and clear lines. Reliability is another appealing feature of this printing combination of HP technology and HP 1320 Mono Printer Toner Cartridges, as is consistency. You can be assured of the same great standards even if you choose to print an identical document several weeks apart.
Prints at speed
These high-quality results don’t mean having to pay a high price, in either time or money. Documents can be outputted at a rate of up to 22 pages-a-minute by a top-spec HP LaserJet 1320 for letter-sized prints and up to 21ppm for A4 sheets.
There’s also no waiting around for that much-anticipated first print of the day to arrive. HP Instant-on technology means that you can be holding the first page in under 8.5 seconds. This allows you to get your printing out of the way and get on with your day or other work, confident that the quality on offer from high-quality HP 1320 Mono Printer Toner Cartridges will make reprinting unnecessary.
Free for features
The reliability and continual performance of the 1320 and efficient toners will allow you to concentrate on making the most of other features of your printer, such as its easy connection capability and function sharing options.
*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.