HP Deskjet 850c Ink Cartridges

HP Deskjet 850c Ink Cartridges

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Compatible HP 45 High Capacity Black Printer Cartridge - (51645AE)

Compatible HP 45 High Capacity Black Printer Cartridge - (51645AE)

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  • Made from recycled HP cartridges
    Made using recycled HP cartridges, this cartridge is a direct replacement for the HP version. Manufactured to strict quality standards, our premium cartridges produce high quality prints and are very reliable — in fact, we use them in our offices and recommend them to friends, family and other businesses.
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For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

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Page yield:
  • 930 pages 930
High Capacity
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HP 850C Ink Cartridges

The HP 850C lets you print high quality documents and images in a flash. Undoubtedly your HP 850C will gobble up all of your printer ink, and when it finally happens you'll soon realise that replacement HP 850C ink is often a costly affair. However, you have no reason to bother about shelling out the high purchase prices you'll see on the high street because here at Cartridge Save you can get all the HP 850 C cartridges you'll ever want at little cost. Save cash on your ink by purchasing online with Cartridge Save!

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Why spend so much on the 850-C original cartridge or 850C compatible ink on the main street when you can easily save a load of money buying online with Cartridge Save. Get utter peace of mind by ordering your DeskJet 850C ink cartridges from us as each one is protected by a straight forward money back guarantee. Bear in mind that each order also comes with free delivery, normally arriving at your door on the next working day!

What ink does the HP Deskjet 850c use?

The HP Deskjet 850c uses HP 45 ink cartridges. HP 45 ink comes in black; the black cartridge prints 930 pages.

HP Deskjet 850c Printer Review

Expert review of the HP Deskjet 850c printer

Our Verdict:

The HP Deskjet 850C inkjet printer promises laser-like document output and excellent colour printouts regardless of the type of media used, thanks to its advanced colour technology. Network-ready, this personal printer can be shared by a small workgroup, but the Deskjet 850C may not be fast and efficient enough for the demands of business printing.


This compact printer is made with a durable hard plastic enclosure and a curved media path that supports various types of media. The minimal controls are conveniently positioned on the right-hand panel of the device. The HP Deskjet 850C printer supports PCL 3 language simulation, runs on 1MB of RAM and 2MB of flash memory, and can be connected to a PC via parallel IEEE 36 pin centronics. Users can also integrate the HP 850C into a network using a local talk 8-pin mini DIN.


Unlike its predecessors, the HP Deskjet 850C printer is network-ready for a small workgroup. Its total media capacity is 150 pages, and it has versatile paper handling options, too. Users can load 8.5x14-inch sized media into the Deskjet 850C colour printer and enjoy crisp output in resolutions of 600x600dpi. The dual I/O function lets the HP Deskjet 850C run on a Mac or DOS interface.


The HP Deskjet 850C inkjet printer can be difficult to lift and transport to another place because it weighs almost 6.4kg. It is slow to print, clocking in speeds at up to 1ppm in colour best mode and up to 6ppm only in black draft mode. The Deskjet 850C is rather outdated with its non high-yield ink cartridges, high power consumption, and a noisy engine that emits up to 52 dBA of sound.