HP 88XL Black High Yield Ink Cartridge

Mfg. Part: C9396AN#140 | CDW Part: 854741 | UNSPSC: 44103105
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Product Details
  • Color: Black
  • High Yield
  • Page Yield: 2450 pages
  • Pack Quantity: 1
  • Compatible for HP Officejet Pro K5400
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400dn
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400dtn
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Main Features
  • Color: Black
  • High Yield
  • Page Yield: 2450 pages
  • Pack Quantity: 1
  • Compatible for HP Officejet Pro K5400
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400dn
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400dtn
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400n
  • HP Officejet Pro K5400tn
  • HP Officejet Pro K550
  • HP Officejet Pro K550dtn
  • HP Officejet Pro K550dtwn
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  • HP Officejet Pro K8600dn
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Yield: 2,350 pages based on 5% coverage, Ink volume: 58.5ml

The HP 88XL Ink Cartridge is formulated to consistently deliver optimal results for hassle-free prints. This inkjet cartridge with a duty cycle of 2450 pages based on 0.05 coverage maximizes print productivity at your home or business. It is compatible with a wide range of printers, including HP Officejet Pro K5400, HP Officejet Pro K5400dn, HP Officejet Pro K5400dtn, HP Officejet Pro K5400n and many more to deliver high-quality prints without compromising on time. This high-yield ink cartridge delivers flawless prints with crisp black text and graphics. It helps maintain quality of prints consistently. Get this efficient cartridge to maximize productivity, save time, avoid reprints and print errors.
  • Black ink cartridge for increased productivity
  • Produces sharp black text and graphics for high-quality documents
  • Can print up to 2,450 pages with clarity and precision
  • High yield cartridge saves time and minimizes maintenance costs
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