Genuine Xerox 016168000 Magenta Toner Cartridge (5,900 Pages) for Xerox Phaser 780 Printers
Ensure your prints never dip in quality with the Magenta Toner Cartridge (5,900 Pages) (016168000) from Xerox. Incredibly simple to install and replace, and offering top quality prints from first to last, the toner cartridge helps you attain maximum benefit from laser printing technology. Whether you’re printing at home or in the office, the Magenta tone can help you achieve highly professional results.
The Magenta Toner Cartridge (5,900 Pages) (016168000) is an official manufacturer branded item fitting Phaser 780 models, built especially to offer the preferred level of print quality throughout all tasks and responsibilities. Despite its modest appearance, the cartridge has a yield of 5900 pages, helping ensure you can continue uninterrupted printing for longer.
The extra page yield supplied by Xerox laser printers has made them a hugely popular option with users looking to increase the output their machines produce before a replacement is necessitated. Reducing the overheads of replacement costs and creating a more efficient print environment, Xerox toner technology can help control spend.
Furthermore, the high print quality provided by toner cartridges within laser printers can help ensure that all prints are completed to the highest possible standard. For both home and workplace print jobs, the cutting edge service provided by our official Xerox toner cartridges can ensure that all jobs capture the nuances of tone and character.
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**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.