Print elegant flyers that showcase your goods or services with a two-pack of high-quality HP 128A black original LaserJet toner cartridges.
Take your demonstrations and conferences to the next level with easy-to-read handouts that show your company’s logo and clearly indicate critical selling points or data thanks to the superb quality produced by your HP printer and a two-pack of HP 128A black original LaserJet toner cartridges. Quickly swap cartridges with the simple and intuitive designs of the cartridges.
Create documents that put your logo and message out in front in crisp and clear text with this set of toner cartridges. Your HP printer can use the toner in these cartridges to produce a variety of easy-to-understand graphs and charts for business purposes, and the high-quality toner resists smudging or fading over time to ensure lasting results.
The pack of cartridges cuts down on the time you spend shopping for new toner or sending staff to the store for replacements. The high-quality toner delivers excellent black print quickly and effectively, working with your HP printer for optimal results. Each toner cartridge helps consistency across a large volume of printed work, reducing or eliminating potential printing errors.
Each pack of two cartridges provides everything you need to tackle large print jobs, such as flyers and brochures for upcoming demonstrations and special events. The high-yield cartridges enable your HP LaserJet printer to produce up to 2,000 pages of printed material at 5 percent coverage. This gives you the ability to print up to 4,000 pages with each pack, making the two-pack a smart choice for companies with heavy print loads.
|Product Information||Cartridge Series :||HP 128||Yield Type :||Standard|
|Page Yield (Up to) :||4,000||Ink/Toner Color :||Black|
|Ink/Toner Pack Size :||2/Pack||Ink/Toner Cartridge Type :||Original|
|Supply Type :||Toner||Wide Format Compatibility :||No|
|Weight||Weight :||1.00 lbs. per Pack|
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