Black HP Ink Cartridge with High Capacity 480 page yield.
Genuine OEM HP Ink Cartridge, not a compatible.
Fits the following model(s): HP 1000
HP 1000 Printer Information
Available for a very affordable price, the HP Deskjet 1000 is one of the least expensive home inkjet printers in its class. The low cost is indicative of its simple capabilities that encompass a single-function design and basic monochrome and color printing. Unfortunately printing can get pricey with the expensive Deskjet 1000 printer ink. Speeds aren't fast or particularly slow, with monochrome documents printing at a maximum of 16 pages per minute and color projects in as fast as 12 pages per minute.
Its basic design lends to a compact size of only 16x15x10 inches that's ideal for home desktop use. Connective options are limited to a USB port with no capability for wireless printing. Media handling options are also minimal and include a single 60-sheet input tray. Each of these elements and its maximum monthly duty cycle of 1,000 sheets set the device up to work best for low volumes.
Reviews regarding output aren't stellar, but indicate that the device produces adequate quality when it comes to standard text projects. Monochrome documents print with a maximum resolution of 600x600 dpi using black Deskjet 1000 printer ink. Projects like simple graphics for presentations also have decent detail and finish with a maximum resolution of 4800x1200 dpi using color HP 1000 ink.
High-cost genuine replacement black HP 1000 ink cartridges are nearly as expensive as the machine itself and users are recommended to check out low-cost compatible options. Users also have the choice to upgrade the standard 165-page tricolor supply and black 190-sheet supply to available high-capacity HP 1000 ink cartridges. The larger tricolor can yield 330 pages and the high-capacity black can yield 480 sheets, reducing the cost per page.
For a low retail cost, users can own this basic color inkjet device with speeds and output that will satisfy day-to-day home printing needs. While supplies can get pricey, remanufactured and high-capacity options can help keep running costs more affordable.