How to easily get the best deal on your HP CF400X toner cartridge.

 A CF400X Price comparison guide guaranteed to give you the best deal you could possibly find, and silence all the noise out there once and for all.

It seems that everybody and their grandmother is either trying to sell you the latest greatest toner cartridge for your HP 201X machine, or, that HP is telling you that nothing else out there is as good as the HP toner cartridge. That if you put a non-HP toner cartridge in your printer, not only will you blow up the printer, harm your coworkers, damage the U.S. economy, but you'll somehow contribute to global warming. 

Enough is enough!

Here is a quick and easy guide to help you pick the right cartridge for you.

Because make no mistake about it, not everybody actually needs to buy the same toner cartridge on the CF400X.

Somebody in a manufacturing plant will not have the same requirements, as somebody in a law office, or an insurance office.

So always doing a price comparison, looking for the cheapest price, or sticking to the HP OEM brand exclusively, isn't always the best choice.

But first, let me give you the four different types of toner cartridges that actually exist.

 

  1. The OEM.

 

  1. A compatible brand.

 

  1. Re-manufactured/recycled cartridge.

 

  1. A refill cartridge.

 

And the good news is, not really, is that within each one of these four categories, you'll find a plethora of different products, with varying quality, and prices. Well… Not in the OEM case, the OEM is always the OEM. 

So here are some questions to help you determine which category might be best for you.

 

  1. Does your boss mandate that you only buy the OEM?

 

  1. Have you had several experiences with telemarketers promising the greatest product, and delivering something less than stellar?

 

  1. Price is irrelevant, and you don't mind how much you spend?

 

If the answer is yes to all of these questions, then you're probably better off sticking with the OEM. You still need to make your boss happy, even though they may irrationally want you to stay with the most expensive brand for no particular reason. If you have been scammed before, and your office is tired of hearing the typical sales pitch, the OEM might be best for you too. Also, if the price is not an issue, and nobody in the office cares about being cost-conscious, then the OEM is just fine.

 

  1. Do you want to get the same quality as the OEM, but not pay as much?

 

  1. You have been burned before by the promise of the latest greatest toner cartridge, but have not given up hope that there is a toner cartridge that's not the HP brand and that will perform just as good?

 

  1. You want to get the best price comparison, but not at the expense of quality?

 

If you answered yes to all of these three, then you might want to consider using a compatible cartridge, that is better quality than every manufacturer or a refill, but certainly not as expensive as the OEM.

 

  1. You don't much care about the quality output of the toner cartridge, but you definitely want something that works?

 

  1. Most of what you print is for internal filing purposes, and so long as you can read it, a few lines or smudges here and there don't affect you?

 

  1. As long as it lasts about 75% of the yield of compatible or OEM, for less price, you're OK?

 

If you answered yes to all of these three, you might consider a remanufactured/recycled cartridge. It won't give you nearly the quality or the yield of the OEM or the compatible, but if you're able to get a good enough cartridge and a good enough price, you'll be getting a better deal and still accomplishing what you need to accomplish.

 

  1. You have accorded to meet in terms of how many toner cartridges you buy per month?

 

  1. Price is the only thing that matters to you?

 

  1. You don't care about how long the cartridge lasts, or how many defectives you get, all that matters is you buy a certain number below a certain price hold?

 

If you answered yes to all of these three, then you can go ahead and get a refill cartridge. It will be a crapshoot, in terms of the quality, longevity, and defective rates, but you will, in fact, be able to satisfy a number of cartridges below a certain price.

 

Now that you know which type of toner cartridge you need, all you have to do is find the best price for the OEM, if that's what you chose to get, or, you have to do a little bit more digging in terms of which brand will best fit the compatible or the remanufactured.

If you fell under the refill category, then all you need to do is look for the cheapest cartridge, and you will hit your target.

If you're interested in determining how to pick the right brand for you, within those categories, just click here.

 

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