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HP 60 Black Standard Yield Ink Cartridge (CC640WN)

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Item #: 901-CC640WN
  Model #: CC640WN#140
Brand: HP
HP 60 Black Standard Yield Ink Cartridge (CC640WN)
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Description
Print documents that stay crisp and vibrant with this HP 60 black ink cartridge. Produce high-quality prints with this black ink cartridge. The ink dries quickly to prevent smearing or bleeding through the paper, while the deep black color provides stark contrast against white paper, making text easy to read. This HP 60 ink cartridge has a print yield of up to 200 pages, so it's a great choice for personal desktop use or home offices.
  • Standard ink; up to 200 pages
  • The package includes one pigmented black ink cartridge for use with a compatible ink-jet printer
  • The unmatched reliability of original HP ink cartridge means consistent convenience and better value
  • Compatible with: HP Deskjet D1660, D2530, D2545, D2560, D2563, D2566, D2660, HP656, D5560, F2430, F2480, F4210, F4213, F4224, F4230, F4235, F4240, F4250, F4272, F4273, F4274, F4275, F4280
Specifications
Cartridge Series : HP 60 Yield Type : Standard Yield Page Yield (Up to) : 200 Ink/Toner Color : Black
Ink/Toner Pack Size : 1/Pack Ink/Toner Cartridge Type : Original Wide Format Compatibility : No High Yield : No
Multipack : No Cartridge Yield Type : Standard Yield Family Model # : 60 Ink or Toner Cartridge Type : Original
Ink or Toner Color : Black Ink or Toner Pack Size : 1/Pack Supply Type : Ink Brand : HP
Quick Ship : Yes Customizable : No
Weight : 0.13 lbs. per Each

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