HP 906XL High-Yield Original Ink Cartridge, Black (2 pk.)
About this item
- HP original ink cartridges for crisp printing
- Fast drying text and images
- Cost effective and easy to install
- Produces up to 1,500 pages of printed material
Give your business or home consistent printing with the HP® 906XL High-Yield Original Ink Cartridge, Black (2 pk.).
High Yield and Easy to Install
The HP 906XL High-Yield Original Ink Cartridge, Black offers impressive printing results you can rely on and is simple to install. All you have to do is pop open your HP printer's ink cartridge bay and take out the empty cartridges. Next, pop in the XL cartridges. With these HP ink cartridges, you're afforded the ability to print more pages of printed images or texts for less cost. You can print up to 5 times more pages and yield up to 1,500 pages of printed material.
What Printers Are Compatible?
The HP 906XL High-Yield Original Ink Cartridge, Black is only compatible with HP printers. With these HP original ink cartridges, you can effectively print fast-drying text and images.
How Do Printers Work?
HP ink cartridges provide the ink for inkjet printers, but how do inkjet printers work? Inkjet printers were first introduced in the late 1980s and continue to grow in popularity and performance. Inkjet printers work by placing extremely small droplets of ink onto paper to create a text or image. The inkjet printers use a series of nozzles (located inside of the HP compatible ink cartridges) to spray the paper with the tiny droplets of ink. The production of the tiny droplets of ink occurs in a fraction of a millisecond and is produced through a thermal heating process. The HP ink cartridges in your inkjet printer contain tiny metal resistors that produce an electric current when the printer signals that it's time to print. The electric current produced by the cartridges heats up the metal resistors, which then come into contact with the ink. The ink is heated and sent to the nozzle, which then sprays the tiny droplets of heated ink onto the printer paper. It's amazing to think all of this happens within a fraction of a millisecond!