What is the difference between HP 932 and 932XL?

According to internal tests done by HP with the HP Officejet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One printer series, the HP 932XL High Yield Black ink cartridge can print approximately 600 more pages (which translates to 150% more) than the HP 932 Black ink cartridge.

Is HP high yield ink worth it?

A high yield cartridge holds more ink than the standard cartridge and as a result, offers considerably more prints. If you print regularly, paying a little bit more for a high yield cartridge is worth it in long run because you will usually get a lot more prints than your average standard yield cartridge.

Why does HP have 2 black cartridges?

The other smaller black contains a dye based ink which is used more for photo or image printing.By using the 2 black cartridges the printer is able to produce crisp, dark text and by switching in picture mode it can also then use the smaller dye based ink to produce the highest quality photos.

What HP printers use 932XL?

HP OfficeJet 6100
The HP 932XL black ink cartridge is compatible with HP OfficeJet 6100, 6600, 6700, 7110, 7510, 7610, 7612, and 7620 printers.

What is the difference between PGBK and BK cartridges?

What’s the difference between PGBK and BK? PGBK ink is intended for uses like text, it’s smudge resistant and good for fine lines. BK ink is intended for photographs, it’s richer. The printer defaults to PGBK for text, lines etc – unless it thinks they are part of a photo.

What printer takes 933XL?

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  • HP 6100, 6600, 6700, 7110. 7510. 7610 and 7612 use HP 932/933 ink.
  • These printers use the HP 932 and 933 ink cartridges: HP OfficeJet 7510 Wide Format ; HP Officejet 6600; HP OfficeJet 7110 Wide Format; and HP OfficeJet 7612 Wide Format. Answered by HP Team 11 months ago. Helpful (21) Unhelpful (2)

What printer uses 933XL?

HP 933XL Yellow Ink Cartridge (CN056AN), High Yield is eco-friendly HP 6600 e-All-in-One OfficeJet (H711a) All-in-One Printer Ink Cartridge and starts at $19.49.

Should I get high yield toner?

The one you need. If you do a lot of printing, go for the high-yield or extra high-yield toner cartridge and lower your print costs. If you run a small home business, save yourself upfront costs and buy a standard yield cartridge. You can’t go wrong either way, as long as you stick with genuine, OEM toner.