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About HP 910XL 4 Pack Ink Cartridges
We offer a 4-pack of Linford remanufactured replacement cartridges for HP printers. This inclusive set comprises 1 High-Yield (HY) Black cartridge, along with Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow inkjet cartridges. Our team of professionals meticulously remanufactures these inkjet cartridges, ensuring they consistently produce outstanding results. You can trust our remanufactured cartridges to deliver quality and reliability on par with HP ink. Our commitment to '100% Satisfaction Guarantee' underscores our confidence in these replacements, making them a cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to OEM HP cartridges. Experience impeccably clear and sharp printouts, with Linford remanufactured cartridges offering a dependable printing solution. These Linford remanufactured cartridges are not produced by HP and are remanufactured using a combination of OEM and non-OEM parts. Our products will never void your printer's warranty.
910XL Ink Compatible with the following printers:style="width: 24.401%;" data-mce-style="width: 24.401%;">HP OfficeJet 8018
|HP OfficeJet 8010
|HP OfficeJet 8015
|HP OfficeJet 8022
|HP OfficeJet Pro 8020
|HP OfficeJet Pro 8025
|HP OfficeJet Pro 8028
|HP OfficeJet Pro 8035
HP 910XL Combo Pack Ink Cartridges FAQs
How to install HP 910XL ink cartridges?
What is the difference between 910 and 910XL?
The standard-yield HP 910 and high-yield HP 910XL ink cartridges are practically the same when it comes to size, appearance, and printer compatibility. The only difference between the two is their page yield or the number of pages they can print. The standard-yield HP 910 ink cartridges can only print up to 300 pages for black and up to 315 pages for cyan, magenta, and yellow at 5% page coverage. While the Linford high-yield HP 910XL ink cartridges can print up to 1500 pages for black, and 1000 pages for colors at 5% page coverage.
How long does HP 910XL ink last?
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) HP ink cartridges can maintain their quality for about 24 months when stored appropriately. On the other hand, Linford replacement HP ink cartridges are proven to maintain their quality for 20 months or more. In relation to page yield, the HP 910XL cartridge has the capacity to produce up to 1500 pages for black, and 1000 pages for colors at 5% page coverage.
Why is HP ink so expensive?
Manufacturers of original ink and toner often justify the high cost by emphasizing the research and development efforts required to achieve superior ink and toner quality. However, it's important to recognize that there are generic cartridges that not only meet but surpass OEM standards while being more budget-friendly. Linford's compatible and replacement ink and toner cartridges are meticulously designed to either meet or exceed OEM benchmarks. This means you can enjoy equivalent print quality and page yield without breaking the bank. It's essential to remember that opting for generic, remanufactured, or replacement cartridges will not nullify your printer's warranty.
HP 910XL Ink 4 Pack Cartridges Specifications
|3YL65AN, 3YL62AN, 3YL64AN, 3YL63AN
|Magenta, Yellow, Black, Cyan
|Black: 1200 | Magenta: 1000 | Yellow: 1000 | Cyan: 1000 (5% coverage rate)
|Cost Per Page:
|Number of Pieces:
1, Please turn off the automatic HP firmware updates to keep using the compatible cartridge, click here to read the tutorials.
2, The 910xl Ink cartridges Combo Pack does not work with the e series with HP+
They worked with my Canon TS9120 printer and saved me money.
Worked great in my printer, just like the manufacturer's cartridges
Best value for your money. The print quality is great. I will definitely be repurchasing.
I bought this because it was less expensive than the printer brand. So far it has been just as good as the brand name ones.
I use these ink cartridges in my Canon copier because they are about 40% less than the Canon brand. The quality and longevity are equal to Canon cartridges. You should try them.