Tricolor HP Ink Cartridge with High Capacity 970 page yield. Single cartridge contains Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow ink.
Genuine OEM HP Ink Cartridge, not a compatible.
Fits the following model(s): HP 932, HP 932C
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How to replace the HP DeskJet 932C ink cartridges
HP 932C Printer Information
The HP Deskjet 932, also referred to as the 932C, is a color inkjet printer with standard features and a single-function design that can support personal users. The model suffers from slow maximum speeds of only 7 pages per minute for color and 9 pages per minute for monochrome that are fairly slow for this class of printer. What the unit does offer is an affordable price tag, inexpensive HP 932 printer ink, and solid output quality.
The machine is best suited for low volumes as a result of its memory of only 4 MB and limited media handling. Users are provided with a single input tray that can store only 100 pages at a time, supporting media like iron-on transfers, greeting cards, glossy paper and plain paper. Connectivity is also basic, with one Parallel and one USB port. These minimal features are all packaged into its compact size of 17x15x7 inches that should fit well on most desktops.
The 932 does stand up well in expert reviews regarding its consistent monochrome and color output quality. Tests show that text projects print with dense black lines and a sharp resolution of 600x600 dpi using black Deskjet 932 printer ink, while graphics and photos are good enough for personal projects, with a maximum resolution of 2400x1200 dpi.
Buyers will also benefit from the unit's low-cost remanufactured HP 932 ink cartridge replacements that can be purchase from third-party vendors. The unit operates with a combined tricolor Deskjet 932 ink that must be replaced when even a single color runs out, as well as a separate black supply. The cyan, magenta and yellow HP 932 ink cartridge can yield approximately 450 pages and the black supply has a capacity of 830 pages, making the unit suited for minimal daily printing.
Considering its excruciatingly slow monochrome and color print speeds and entry-level capabilities, the 932 is not much of a contender among other quality home inkjet printers. Although it can print a satisfactory output and is inexpensive to use, buyers can find much better models to suit their personal printing needs.