Welcome to my OfficeWorld 364XL Unofficial Hp Printer Ink review. If you own an HP printer then you know the price of genuine ink can be quite high (Over £20.00), whereas the price of the ink I am reviewing right now is only £7.88, oh and that’s for XL cartridges which contain more ink than a normal cartridge. If you don’t do a lot of printing you would be better going for the low yield cartridges as ink can and does dry up, so you could find yourself wasting ink and money if you don’t print too often.
Setup and quality:
The first thing you will notice is that these ink cartridges are the same physical size as a none XL cartridge, however, the difference is inside the cartridge, instead of holding enough ink for a yield of 300 pages, the cartridges hold enough ink for 750 color pages and 800 black and white pages.
The black cartridge holds 24ml of ink while the cyan, magenta and the yellow cartridge all hold 15ml of ink each. The cartridges fit in their designated color slot in the ink cradle within the printer. They do have the chip that makes them work, but the printer will recognize them as not genuine and recommend you buy genuine, but this is just something they do to make money.
The quality of things I have printed with this ink has been amazing. I really am surprised by how vibrant the colors are and how lively they make my photos come out. The black ink works well and the end results is always a clear run of text or a black and white photo.
This is great ink and in my opinion, it’s almost as good as the genuine HP stuff, to be honest, I don’t think I’ll ever buy genuine ink again when this stuff is cheaper and almost as good.
I received this product for free in return for my honest and unbiased review. This has had no effect on my overall opinion of the product
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