The most important element of any decision pertaining to printers, is the industry standard term of Cost Per Page (CPP). No this is not a term only used for copiers, it is highly relevant to transactional printer cartridges too. This is the true cost of printing a page on your printer, so keep this in mind as you read on. Toner Cartridges typically come in three different sizes: standard yield, high yield, or jumbo. All of these sizes will fit in your printer’s cartridge slot, but here's the main differences:
A standard yield cartridge is the most common cartridge size on the market and prints the least number of pages compared to a high yield or jumbo cartridge, therefore it has the highest CPP. Yes, it has the lowest price per cartridge, but this does not necessarily make it the most cost-effective.
A high-yield or high-capacity cartridge contains more ink or toner than standard yield cartridges, on average between 40 and 100% more. Therefore it can print more pages and will have a higher cartridge cost. However, your CPP is much lower as the % increase in yield is greater than the % increase in price. If you normally print a lot, this may be a better fit for your office
Jumbo yield cartridges are designed to offer the highest yields for your device, on average between 20 and 100% more than its' high-yield counterparts. This flyer can help you determine, based on your print volume, whether the cost per page of extended yield cartridges is right for you.
Reach out to your account manager, or reply to this email for a no-obligation printer analysis to determine whether you are purchasing the best size cartridges for your office.
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