HP 564 Black Photo Ink (CB317WN#140)
- HP Black Photo Ink
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Of the 2666 reviewers who responded, 2463 would recommend this product.
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- Ink last long time- March 26, 2011
I just read interviews from others who most say ink doesn't last a long time.I find it to last a long time. My black ink expired before I could use it up. I don't print hundreds of photos a day but some times more than other days. I use bo5h the standard and the XL except black because it expires bebore I can use it up. I get great photo copies with this ink and my printr. I have 2 photo printers and use the older one for general pictures I can use my memory card from. Not hookedup with computer.People I have given pictures to have said the pictures are really good and the color is really good. I never use outside company for my pictures any more.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very disappointed- May 14, 2016
I purchased 2 ea 564 combo pack, then I purchased 2 ea. 564 large black cartridges. When my new HP printer said I was out of ink, that's when I discovered that the combo packs did not come with a black PHOTO cartridge, and I had to go buy more. When I inserted the old HP PHOTO cartridge just to get my work done, I received all kinds of messages about counterfit cartridges. It seemed HP was more worried about that than they are about helping me keep my business needs going. I tried to let HP know about how disappointed I was, I was sent an email to products but nothing ever happened. Please include the black PHOTO in your combo packs is my suggestion.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Questions, No Answers- January 8, 2011
There are three 564 Black ink cartridges. The 564, 564 XL and 564 Photo. So what is the difference? From what I can tell: 564 - Standard cartridge, approx. 250 pages 564XL - Large cartridge, approx. 800 pages 564 Photo - For use when printing photos. Although the product description doesn't explain why, or how it is better, or how many pages/photos to expect from cartridge. Why don't the color inks have photo versions? Maybe the explanation is in the user manual for the printer. Or maybe somewhere else on this site. Or maybe someone from HP marketing could expand the product description to explain why we should buy this much more expensive ink to print our photos.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.