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HP 300XL High Yield Tri-color Original Ink Cartridge (CC644EE)
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- Original HP Ink Cartridge - high reliability and consistent print quality
- Page yield: 440 per cartridge
- Cartridges per pack: 1
- For use with: HP DeskJet D1660/D2660/D5560/F2480/F4280/F4580, HP Envy 100/110/114/120, HP PhotoSmart C4680/C4780
- Recycle HP Original Cartridges for free with HP's Planet Partners programme
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HP 300 Black Original Ink Cartridge (CC640EE), HP 300 Tri-colour Original Ink Cartridge (CC643EE), HP 300XL High Yield Black Original Ink Cartridge (CC641EE), HP 300 2-pack Black/Tri-colour Original Ink Cartridges (CN637EE), HP 300 3-pack Black(2)/Tri-colour(1) Original Ink Cartridges (SD518AE), HP 300XL 2-pack High Yield Black Original Ink Cartridges (D8J43AE), HP 300XL 2-pack High Yield Tri-colour Original Ink Cartridges (D8J44AE).Page Yield Footnotes:
Page yield is the number of pages a user can print with a given printer and cartridge, based on certain assumptions.
HP participated in, supported the development of and adopted the ISO/IEC 24711 standard for determining inkjet printer page yields. HP also participated in, supported the development of and adopted the ISO/IEC 19752 and ISO/IEC 19798 standards for determining monochrome and colour laser printer page yields.
Original HP ink and toner cartridges are precisely formulated to work in harmony with HP papers and your HP printer to deliver stunning results.
What is HP ink?
Ink is much more than just coloured water; the unique, hi-tech formula for HP ink is designed to work with all the mechanical parts of the print cartridge, and the printer itself, to deliver high quality results across a wide range of papers, in a variety of environmental conditions.
|More than just coloured water HP inks arefull of features. View more detail|
Why Original HP Inks? It takes up to three years to develop new inks, so a huge amount of work goes into producing Original HP Inks, from the selection of superior ingredients to precision engineering of both the chemical formula of the ink and the high-performance ink cartridge components.
The print cartridge itself is the product of years of research and development and is much more than just an ink tank. The integrated print head on an HP cartridge includes an intelligent circuit that controls the hundreds of nozzles, each finer than a human hair, which deliver the ink onto the page. Each drop of ink is fired onto the page on the back of a tiny vapour blast of heat 7 times the intensity of the sun that lasts for just two millionths of a second; this energy blast exposes the ink drop to forces up to one million G’s. Some of the latest Original HP ink cartridges can deliver in excess of 29 million drops per second.
In many of HP’s home printers, over 50% of the printing technology is contained within the cartridge itself; which means every time you replace your Original HP Ink Cartridge you are installing a brand new print engine. Original HP Inks are developed in conjunction with HP papers to ensure maximum compatibility and performance. The result is the perfect balance of colour, permanence and reliability.
HP Ink Technology: pigment black and dye-based colour
HP uses pigment-based inks to deliver laser-sharp text, a strong black with superior fade and water-resistance on a variety of papers. Pigment inks are made up of relatively large molecules that are non-water soluble and sit on the surface of the paper. As a result, the ink is not absorbed by the paper and there is less bleed; resulting in cleaner edges and more efficient ink use.
HP uses dye-based inks to deliver a broad spectrum of stunning, long-lasting colours. Dye-based inks are water soluble and are essential when intensity and range of colour is important. Used with high-gloss papers, dye-based inks provide a uniform finish with bright, vibrant colour reproduction and are perfect for photo printing and colour documents.
Original HP Inks vs. Refills
Given the degree of sophistication that goes into an Original HP Ink cartridge, it’s easy to see why refilled, second hand cartridges often suffer by comparison*. Common problems include a narrower colour range, poor fade resistance, lower page yield, banding, bleed and leakage.
Use of refilled ink cartridges can damage your printer, affecting the quality of your prints. If your printer is damaged as a result of using modified or refilled cartridges, it’s not covered by the HP warranty. Research has shown that one in five refilled cartridges fail prematurely or are dead on arrival*. For the best, long lasting results HP always recommends you use Original HP inks and paper.
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Page yield is an important measure of value for money when buying ink cartridges. Original HP ink cartridges produce up to 34%* more pages than compatible alternatives.
Remember, with Original HP Inks you’re not just getting value for money; you’re buying peace of mind.
*2007 Innovationstecknik GmbH Survey
HP Planet Partner Programme HP offers a free cartridge recycling programme across 27 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. To date, HP has recycled over 90 million kilos of ink and toner cartridges – that’s the equivalent of over 200 jumbo jets – and not one of them has ended up in landfill.
Best Choice Portfolio
HP offers a range of ink cartridges tailored to the way you print. To make things easier for you we’ve colour coded the packaging.
The standard blue ink cartridge is ideal for people who print low to moderate volumes, such as the occasional document, web page and photo.
The green XL cartridge is designed for people who print higher volumes. The page yield on an XL cartridge is up to five times that of the standard blue pack**
The red cartridges contain speciality inks, intended for advanced photo printing. Designed to work with high-quality HP photo papers they produce extra rich colours, ideal for photo printing, brochures and presentations. ** Further information on page yields for specific cartridges can be found on the HP website.
HP Photo Paper
HP is the number one selling brand of inkjet photo paper*** and leads the world in image quality and fade resistance of inkjet photo prints. Original HP Inks and paper are specifically designed to work with HP printers to produce the best results for both home and office use.
HP Photo Paper, unlike plain paper, comprises multiple layers that are designed to deliver outstanding photo print quality, exceptional fade resistance, water-fastness and a vibrant range of colours. Plain paper, by contrast, consists of unsorted layers of cellulose and filler that expend when ink enters the paper and leads to “cockling” or uneven paper, affecting the quality of your photo prints.
***Based on total sheets sold worldwide in 2006. Lyra Research Inc
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HP photo paper comes in a range of sizes and weights to cater for all your photo printing needs, from 6” x 4” up to A3, 170gsm to 280gsm (grams per square metre). HP Advanced, Premium and Premium Plus Photo papers all support HP’s Auto Sense technology. The unique bar-code reference on the back of the paper is read by your HP printer, which automatically sets itself to deliver the best quality results for the type of paper being used – eliminating many common print errors.
HP Advanced Photo Paper is a heavier stock at 250gsm and is an instant-dry paper. Available in a wider range of sizes (6” x 4”, 7” x 5”, A4 and A3) HP Advanced Photo Paper also comes with a choice of a gloss or satin-matt finish. Ideal for instant sharing of photos, HP Advanced Photo Paper delivers smudge-resistant, lab-quality pictures with vibrant colours and a professional finish.
HP Premium Photo Paper is available in 6” x 4” and A4 sizes and is a high gloss paper designed for long-lasting, professional photo prints. At 240gsm it looks and feels like a lab-quality photo and is the ideal choice for those photos that you want to keep in an album or behind glass.
HP Premium Plus Photo Paper is HP’s best quality photo paper; at 280gsm it produces studio-quality photo prints with either a high-gloss or satin-matt finish. Available in the widest range of sizes (6” x 4”, 7” x 5”, 12” x 4”, A4, A3) its special coating delivers exceptional fade-resistance and vibrant colours; making it the ideal choice for important family pictures, gift and photo that you’ll want to keep for generations to come.
Remember, for quality photographic prints; always use - Original HP Ink and HP Photo Paper.
HP Everyday Paper
HP offers a wide range of quality A4 papers, for use with either laser or inkjet printers, which are designed to deliver outstanding print results, every time. Most of the range comes with HP ColorLok Technology as standard. Engineered to dry up to three times faster than ordinary paper, HP ColorLok technology means you can handle your prints faster, with less risk of smearing.
Not only do your prints dry faster, but thanks to the special paper formula, they also look better. Blacks will look bolder and sharper and colours will appear more uniform and vibrant.
HP All-in-One Printing Paper is a versatile paper for cost-effective, everyday printing. Brighter than ordinary multi-use papers, HP All-in-One printing paper has superior whiteness and benefits from ColorLok technology. The smooth matte finish on this quality 80gsm paper makes for more reliable feeding and produced excellent results for both text and colour printing.
HP Bright White Inkjet Paper is a premium paper with an exceptionally white finish, resulting in vibrant, more intense colours and sharp image contrast. At 90gsm it has high opacity, minimising show-through, and is ideal for more important print jobs that require a professional finish. HP Bright White Inkjet Paper comes with ColorLok technology for improved image quality and reliability.
HP Professional Inkjet Paper is a superior paper with a premium white finish to both sides, resulting in even more vibrant colour images and laser-sharp text. At 120gsm it minimises show-through and is the preferred paper for professional presentations and important documents. With ColorLok technology built-in, HP Professional Inkjet Paper is the ideal choice for when you need to make a good impression.See all Product description
From the manufacturer
HP 300XL High Yield Tri-color Original Ink Cartridge
Get your prints noticed
Make an impact – get laser-quality documents with crisp text. Original HP pigment inks dry fast, resist water and last for decades – so your prints maintain a sharp look over time.
Enjoy printing made easy
Make replenishing your Original HP Ink Cartridges quick and effortless. Confidently choose the cartridges that fit your needs and enjoy free, easy recycling through HP Planet Partners.
- Original HP Ink Cartridges
- Designed to work first time, every time
- Quality prints you can take pride in
- Print beautiful. Print responsibly
Designed to work first time, every time
Rely on Original HP Cartridges to perform consistently.
Top Customer Reviews
Fortunately I had done as normal and ordered another catridge as I installed this one. The new cartridge arrived yesterday, 12/01/17, and I immediately installed that and which, thankfully, worked straight off - removing any doubt that the printer was at issue.
The cartridge was obviously faulty, but because Amazon has closed the return window, with not even a link to raise any issues, I am left merely to leave this feedback.
If this review was at all helpful, I would appreciate if you marked it as such and, if not, please leave comments so that I can improve my reviews.
Like some others, I too have encountered problems with my HP printer telling me these are not original HP cartridges!
Today I needed to print urgent family documents and one cartridge was said to be not original, and then the same happened with a second!
I have since gone to PC world, bought a couple of new cartridges and they work perfectly well - so I know it is not my printer at fault here!
I need a print cartridge supply I can rely on - and these, for me, just are not worth the risk any more, having tried a number in the past.
sorry to sound negative, but there isn't much else I can say - with high electronic monitoring, the printer tells me what it tells me and doesn't allow any overrride - so I will have to throw the cartridges away and just accept the financial loss as well as the hassle!!!!
I checked the HP website for advice on what to do and was advised to check the printer warranty on-line before calling them. The HP warranty checker said the printer was out of warranty from a date before I had even bought it (it was only a month or two old), and when I did it a second time to double-check, it came up with an even earlier date. On this occasion, although usually buying things through Amazon, I had bought this one from John Lewis to get click-and-collect, so I called them. They were very good and having established that it was still well in warranty, they put me straight through to HP customer service (no queue!!).
Two HP agents spent about 30 minutes on the phone, first trying to understand why the warranty was showing wrongly on their website when it was right on their screens (it was corrected afterwards, though!), and then asking me to go through various checks and tests on the cartridge before finally agreeing that the new cartridge was faulty, and agreeing to send me a new one.
This was a Friday afternoon and I was told the new one would come by UPS, but it would take four days. I pointed out that when they had supplied faulty product, which is almost certainly a pretty rare event, they should be able to replace it overnight. Anyway, I was given a tracking number and warned not to try to track it for a couple of hours until it was in the UPS system.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price nothing to be to impressed with. HP really should be a lot cheaper but its their price that lets them down.Published 2 days ago by L.H
I have tried generic and my prints were poor, went back to the original ink and everything is great again.Published 11 days ago by Michelle A