HP 126A Cyan Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge (CE311A)

HP 126A CE311A 1 x Cyan Toner cartridge For Color LaserJet Pro CP1025 CP1025nw LaserJet Pro 100 TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 CE311A Consumables Ink and Toner Cartridges

Product Features

  • Original HP Toner Cartridge – high reliability and consistent print quality
  • Page yield: 1000 per cartridge
  • Cartridges per pack: 1
  • For use with: HP LaserJet Pro 100/CP1025/M275
  • Recycle HP Original Cartridges for free with HP’s Planet Partners programme

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3 Responses to HP 126A Cyan Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge (CE311A)

  1. Keith says:

    Low yield Print quality good, but managed less than 750 pages of monochrome text over a period of 6 weeks. That’s far removed from the 1,200 pages HP advise you should get at 5% coverage and works out at almost 5p per page for monochrome printing.The cartridge seems to have plenty of toner left in it but the built in chip is telling the printer it’s empty so it won’t print any more pages. I’m guessing it’s faulty, but the HP software reports no faults.I’ve always bought HP…

  2. Martin Cutillo-Rigby says:

    Just the job. I can’t express how much better official cartridges are compared to compatibles. Even from reputable compatible companies, they ruined my last printer. Yes, official is more expensive, but per page, it’s still cheap. 1,200 pages advertised, but I got so much more. The trick for spreading the cost is always keep a spare. You can swap it straight away, and don’t fall in to the trap of rushing to buy one and going for the cheap alternative. If you put the spare in, you’ve bought yourself a couple…

  3. Anonymous says:

    The price of these cartridges does make your eyes water but I would make three points:1. People who buy non-HP cartridges seem to have more problems than those who do.2. The rated ink coverage is at 5% so people who find they don’t do the stated 1,200 pages may be using more coverage. Manufacturers all work to the same formula which even if not realistic for you is a point of comparison. I have just inserted my third black cartridge (including the original) at 3,549…