HP 364 Black Original Ink Cartridge (CB316EE)

HP 364 Black Ink Cartridges print crisp, laser-quality documents, using HP Vivera pigment black ink
Archive documents that maintain text quality for decades without fading by using Original HP inks

 
  Product Description   HP 364 – print cartridge  
  Consumable Type   Print cartridge  
  Printing Technology   Ink-jet  
  Printing Colour   Black  
  Cartridge Features   HP Vivera  
  Duty Cycle   Up to 2

Product Features

  • Colour: Black
  • Page yield: Up to 250 pages
  • For use with the deskjet and photosmart printer series
  • Inkjet cartridge for detailed, quality documents
  • Standard yield

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3 Responses to HP 364 Black Original Ink Cartridge (CB316EE)

  1. Guy says:

    Poor value – and runs out of ink in just a few days! I am just fed up paying the ridiculous prices HP charge for these ink cartridges. Even the XL cartridge runs out of ink in days!.Until recently, I was loathe to use compatible inks as my previous experiences were not happy. However, I have recently purchased UK manufactured ‘premium’ cartridges and found them to work equally as well as the HP originals – and contain twice the amount of ink at a fraction of the price.As my printer is way out of warranty anyway, I always use…

  2. Antony Craig says:

    The right ink for many HP printers – but the price is extortionate and you don’t get the number of pages the company projects In the three years or so that I have had the HP Photosmart 7520 printer (which I bought for something under £100), I have printed around 11,000 sheets and used no fewer than 59 assorted cartridges of HP 364XL ink, 25 of which were the normal black (you need a photo black cartridge also). I’m relying on HP’s own self-generated usage report for my statistics here.As far as I can establish, the only (so-called) high-capacity black cartridges now produced by HP is the smaller version,…

  3. Leicester says:

    Very poor yield, black ink lasted less than a month of occasional home printing!

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