IBM Infoprint 1872 Toner Cartridges

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Black toner cartridges for IBM Infoprint 1872 printer

Compatible High Capacity Black IBM 39V2513 Toner Cartridge - (39V2513)
  • High capacity black toner cartridge
  • Premium brand recycled toner cartridge

    Made using recycled IBM cartridges, this cartridge is a direct replacement for the IBM 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.

  • 12 month guarantee and FREE returns

    If within a year of purchase you happen to experience any quality problem, we'll happily provide a replacement, or a full refund.

    Whatever the reason for returning items to, you will never pay a penny for postage.

  • Won't invalidate your printer warranty

    We guarantee that your standard printer warranty will not be invalidated by using our premium brand cartridges. If any of our cartridges do cause a problem with your printer, we'll arrange for your printer to be repaired (or replaced if it can't be repaired).

Best value Premium

0.5p per page

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.

25,000 pages
High Capacity
1 £120.02 (£144.02 inc VAT)
2 £111.32 (£133.58 inc VAT)
3+ £107.47 (£128.96 inc VAT)
Prices includes FREE delivery

Best value Premium

0.5p per page

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.

25,000 pages
£120.02 (£144.02 inc VAT)

FREE delivery

Multi-buy discount
2 £111.32 (£133.58 inc VAT)
3+ £107.47 (£128.96 inc VAT)

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IBM Infoprint 1872 Printer Review

Expert review of the IBM Infoprint 1872 printer

Our Verdict:

The IBM Infoprint 1872 is from a series of printers produced by the joint venture of Ricoh and IBM. One can expect a workgroup-friendly device with a robust laser print engine that can produce up to 55 ppm without compromising print quality and quiet operation. The IBM Infoprint 1872 monochrome laser printer comes with a good selection of finishing options, too, but the absence of colour printing and the high initial cost are the main setbacks.


A rugged and box-shaped appearance makes the IBM Infoprint 1872 printer versatile enough to be placed in any office environment, but it needs more installation space because it spans 20.1 inches deep. However, it manages to be compact, standing 17.2 inches tall and 16.7 inches wide. The Infoprint 1872 laser printer is quite heavy, weighing 23.4Kg, and its main input trays include a 100-sheet multipurpose feeder and a 550-sheet cassette. There is a Wi-Fi compatible internal Ethernet interface, a 600MHz processor, and 256MB of memory. The operator panel includes a numeric keypad for on-board configuration and data protection.


The IBM Infoprint 1872 workgroup printer is a significant improvement on its predecessor because of the quiet mode function, faster processor, high capacity toner cartridges, and the versatile print resolutions. Images and text are printed well from the IBM 1872 black and white printer without compromising on speed or quality. The finishing options include a StapleSmart finisher, output stacker, and multi-bin mailbox. The memory of the IBM 1872 Infoprint printer is expandable to 1280MB. The maximum paper capacity is up to 4,300 sheets with additional drawers. Large capacity Infoprint 1872 toners increase productivity and last as long as 36,000 pages.


It could be better with a larger display screen. The Infoprint 1872 only prints in monochrome. Two-sided printing is optional. Only three types of emulations are available by default, and users need to download additional ones into the RAM or into the optional hard disk or flash drive. The IBM 1872 mono printer is somewhat expensive for the small office, and upgrading it is even more expensive.