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Finding a cheaper HP 364XL black ink cartridge see 1 answer
Having run out of ink for my HP Photosmart B109n Wireless printer I looked at the local shop and HP's online store to find that the HP 364XL black cartridge works out to be more expensive than the laser toner for my previous printer. I always assumed that ink cartridges were cheaper. What a shock! Is there an HP 364XL black ink cartridge which is cheaper? I don't need photo quality prints.
Yes, here at Cartridge Save you can buy compatible HP 364XL black ink cartridges as a cheaper alternative to the original HP version. To see the cheaper compatible HP 364XL black ink cartridge on our website please go to: http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/CN684EE-RET.htmlAnswered by Danielle Hopkins (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
Black HP 364XL ink yield see 1 answer
Can I order HP 364XL black ink cartridges that do 800 pages, not 550 pages?
No, this is no longer possible as HP have replaced the old HP 364XL (CB321EE) cartridge with a new, smaller version with the code CN684EE. The new version has a 550 page yield. It still contains more ink than the standard HP 364 cartridge which has a page yield of 250 so it's still a high capacity version. HP have produced this to completely replace the old cartridge in all of their printers including the Photosmart B109n Wireless.Answered by Danielle Hopkins (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
HP B109n ink cartridge chips see 1 answer
Are the HP B109n Wireless ink cartridges shown on your website the originals with the metallic chip attached?
We sell both compatible and genuine HP Photosmart B109n Wireless ink cartridges. Both sets come with the necessary chips attached so they're ready to install into your Photosmart B109n Wireless printer without any complications.Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
HP B109n ink cartridge life see 1 answer
How many days do the HP Photosmart B109n Wireless cartridges last?
This purley depends on the yield of the cartridge you're using, the number of pages you print per day and the type of prints that you make. For example if you're printing photographs the cartridges will run out more quickly than if you're printing small text documents. We do provide the page yield of each cartridge on our website. This is the number of pages you would expect to achieve with each cartridge if you were printing at 5% coverage on the page. Hopefully, this will give you an indication of how long the cartridges will last you if you take into account your own usage of the cartridge.Answered by Vicky Lush (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
HP B109n printer setup see 1 answer
I cannot connect my HP Photosmart B109n printer so that it will print from a laptop?
We would recommend that you contact HP directly or your printer supplier for information about connecting your printer to a laptop. I have attached a link to the HP website below for your reference:Answered by Paul Miller (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
Photosmart B109n printer software see 1 answer
I have a new computer and need a setup disc for my HP B109n printer?
Unfortunately, we cannot provide setup discs.
You may need to contact the company where you purchased your printer or HP directly.Answered by Jessica Hoque (Staff Member) - over 2 years ago
Photosmart B109n Wireless printer settings see 1 answer
I use the HP B109n Wireless printer a lot for scanning only but it still goes through all the head cleaning processes and wastes ink. How can I bypass this action to scan only?
Unfortunately, as we don't sell printers we don't provide technical support for them. If it's possible to avoid this action, there should be instructions in your printer manual on how to change your HP B109n Wireless printer settings. If you no longer have the printer manual, this is available for download on the HP website:Answered by Vicky Lush (Staff Member) - about 2 years ago
Large black HP B109n cartridge see 1 answer
I cannot get a replacement cartridge for my B109n printer as it's a large cartridge I need. Help... this is driving me mad?
The large black cartridge was called a CB321EE but in Spring 2011, HP discontinued this cartridge and replaced it with the CN684EE. It works in the same slot as the CB321EE but is a narrower cartridge, it may look similar to the cartridge that HP provided when you purchased the printer. It is filled to a higher capacity that the standard cartridge and should print around 550 pages for you ( based on a 5% coverage). Here's a link directly to the ink cartridge you need: http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/CN684EE.htmlAnswered by Nichola Ansbro (Staff Member) - about 2 years ago
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HP Photosmart B109n Wireless Printer Review
Expert review of the HP Photosmart B109n Wireless printer 21 April, 2011
Discover the freedom and versatility of wireless printing with the HP B109n all-in-one device. Aimed at the home market, this WiFi enabled printer has the added benefit of a scanner and copier. Setting up the HP B109n printer is simple and easy to do, you can connect to your wireless network at the click of a button.
The HP B109n inkjet printer hasn’t changed much in design when you compare it to other devices in the Photosmart range. Disappointingly, the paper feed and output system is the same as previous models – while it allows room for 80 sheets in the input tray, output of 20 or more sheets will result in paper spilling out over the desk due to inadequate storage space. The B109n comes with memory card slots that accept MemoryStick, MMC and SD cards. It also comes with a 1.4” display unit, the menu is slightly confusing to navigate but has plenty of functionality such as being able to copy independently.
HP have really pushed the boundaries with the B109n, the inclusion of wireless is unheard-of in the budget printer market and really sets this all-in-one ahead of some of its competitors. And it doesn’t just stop there, the HP B109n ink printer not only produces clear, high-res text documents but does it at an impressive rate – making this inkjet the perfect choice for anyone who does a lot of text based printing.
Photographs and rich graphics can look a little faded and lack any real punch or contrast. The scanner suffered a similar issue and was extremely slow to warm up. The copier suffered a similar fate with regards to speed but once off and running, produces fairly decent results.