HP 61 Tri-Colour Ink (CH562WN#140)
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Of the 3376 reviewers who responded, 3248 would recommend this product.
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- WHAT?- February 27, 2012
I realize that printing photos uses a lot of ink, especially on an inexpensive printer. However, after installing a brand new HP 61 color cartridge from Malaysia, aligning the cartridge, and even electronically cleaning my printer (an HP Deskjet 1000, which is barely 3 months old), I printed ONE photo on 8.5" x 11" photo paper and four photos on standard letter-sized paper. So, who would have thought that printing 5 sheets of paper, even photos, would use 25% of a brand new ink cartridge? After checking the ink level, I found this to be true. 25% was already used! I don't know if it's the printer, the cartridge, or a combination of both, but that is NOT acceptable.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Decent price, but doesn't go very far.- November 15, 2015
Anyone who's owned an HP product and really looked into it, the ink cartridges never print as many pages as the box says. You'll also find that more often than not, one of the three colors runs out before another. But this isn't necessarily brand-specific. It's an issue with all name-brand printer inks. So it stands to reason, I can't really even take that into consideration here. Nor the fact that every brand makes their cartridges proprietary and even model-specific. -- But I digress... The print quality is good, the cartridges last about as long as expected, and the price doesn't necessarily break the bank as some do. I just wish that when they go on sale, they're discounting more than a dollar. X^)Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not sure if necessary.- September 4, 2020
In my opinion this color cartridge shouldn't be necessary unless you want color prints. I replaced my last two cartridges because my printer told me that it was low on ink. One time I tried to replace only the black and it told me it needed the color. But this time the color was only used 75%. The printer was telling me cartridge just needed to be replaced. So, I say unless you want color cartridges that you should check your ink levels before replacing this cartridge if it is used along with black. No point in replacing it if it shows to be 75% full. But it is very priceyYes, I would recommend this to a friend.