Up to 50% less cost with XL cartridges


HP offers optional high-capacity value cartridges that offer 2 – 5 times more prints for black inkjet cartridges and 2 – 3 times more prints for color inkjet cartridges compared with standard Original HP ink cartridges. 1

Original HP ink gives you more.

Reliability isn’t something you want to worry about, and you won’t with Original HP ink.

More reliability

HP printers perform better with Original HP Ink. 15.7% of refilled ink cartridges failed during use or right out of the box compared to less than 1% of HP ink.2 This isn’t something you want to worry about, and you won’t with Original HP Ink.

You can help extend the life of your HP printer with Original HP ink cartridges.

More performance

You can help extend the life of your HP printer with Original HP ink cartridges. They’re calibrated to avoid nozzle clogging and print quality degradation, and rigorously tested to ensure clear, sharp outputs.

Our commitment to the environment makes it easier for everyone to do their part.

More responsible

The plastic our "closed-loop” recycling system has collected was reused in more than a billion new Original HP ink cartridges.5 Our commitment to the environment makes it easier for everyone to do their part.

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1 Based on comparison of cost per page of HP 350 vs. 350 XL cartridges. Cost per page has been calculated based on HP recommended resale price and HP published page yield. Actual prices may vary. Actual yields vary based on printer used, images printed and other factors. (See: www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies). Results for other cartridges will differ. For more information see hp.com/ie/supplies

2 January 2010 study from Quality Logic. For details, see http://www.qualitylogic.com/2010hpinktestemea.pdf (1.7 MB)

3 Quote drawn from HP Ink Challenge customer video testimonials submitted Dec. 2011

4 Quote drawn from HP Ink Challenge exit survey conducted Oct. 31, 2011 – Nov. 11, 2011

5 InfoTrends, “2009 U.S. Cartridge Collection and Recycling Refresh,” November 24, 2009. Study commissioned by HP.