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Lexmark 701XM Magenta Toner Cartridge, Extra High Yield (70C1XM0)

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Item #: 901-117461
  Model #: 70C1XM0
Brand: Lexmark
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Lexmark 701XM Magenta Toner Cartridge, Extra High Yield (70C1XM0)
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Description
Deliver crisp results on high-volume printing jobs with this Lexmark extra-high-yield magenta toner cartridge. Take on large printing tasks with this extra high-yield magenta toner. This cartridge works with select Lexmark laser printers, ensuring that your documents and graphics are clear and legible. This Lexmark toner cartridge prints up to 4,000 pages, handling the demands of daily printing.
  • Extra high-yield toner, up to 4000 pages
  • The package includes one magenta toner cartridge
  • Lexmark toner cartridges provide outstanding print quality for all your documents
  • Compatible with: Lexmark CS510de, CS510dte
  • Use and return toner cartridges are specially priced for customers to use once, and are not to be refilled or remanufactured
  • Innovative shake-free print system
Return Program Cartridges are sold at a discount vs the price of regular cartridges, in exchange customer agrees to use the cartridge once and return it to Lexmark for remanufacturing or recycling
Specifications
Cartridge Series : Lexmark 701 Yield Type : Extra High Yield Ink/Toner Color : Magenta Ink/Toner Pack Size : 1/Pack
Ink/Toner Cartridge Type : Original Wide Format Compatibility : No High Yield : Yes Multipack : No
Brand : Lexmark Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Each

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