HP Toner Cartridges
HP LaserJet printers employ xerographic laser-marking engines sourced from the Japanese company Canon. Due to a very tight turnaround schedule on the first HP LaserJet, HP elected to use the controller already developed by Canon for the CX engine in the first HP LaserJet.
The first HP LaserJet and the first Apple LaserWriter used the same print engine, the Canon CX engine. HP chose to use their in-house developed Printer Command Language (PCL) as opposed to Apple, which adopted the PostScript language, as developed by Adobe Systems. The use of a less-ambitious and simpler Page Description Language allowed HP to deliver its LaserJet to the market about a year before Apple's CX based product, and for $1000 less. The sharing of an identical Canon engine in two competing products continued with the HP LaserJet II/III and the Apple LaserWriter II, which both used the Canon LBP-SX print engine
How a laser printers can help business and reduce printing cost:
- High print speeds, high monthly print cycle capacity — Laser printers for even small businesses can produce up to 45 pages per minute.
- High-capacity compatible toner cartridges, lower operating costs — Laser printers like Dell, hp, Lexmark, OKI, Samsung, Brother, Canon and Kyocera handle more print jobs with less loading and consumables last longer, lowering the cost per page when the quality compatible toner cartridges are used.
- Durable prints — Laser toner cartridges does not smear or run when wet.
- Space efficiency — Networked laser printers expect to handle multiple users, eliminating the need for multiple printers.
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