Canon PG-240XXL - Cartucho de tinta para impresoras (Negro, Alto, PIXMA MG2120 PIXMA MG2120 W/PP-201 PIXMA MG3120 PIXMA MG3120 W/PP-201 PIXMA MG4120, ISO/IEC 24711, Inyección de tinta, Ampolla)
|Precio:||EUR 42,59 (EUR 14,79 / oz) Envío GRATIS.|
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- OEM toner for Canon® PIXMA MG2120.
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Descripción del producto
Colores de impresión: Negro
Pie de página con producción de páginas: ISO/IEC 24711
Productos compatibles: PIXMA MG2120\nPIXMA MG2120 W/PP-201\nPIXMA MG3120\nPIXMA MG3120 W/PP-201\nPIXMA MG4120
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
Tipo de cartucho de tinta: Alto
Tipo de embalaje: Ampolla
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Here is the rundown (on regular letter size paper) on what I Canon posts on their site:
240 XXL yields 600 pages (29.83 price here on Amazon as of this writing)
240 XL yields 300 (18.17 price here on Amazon as of this writing)
240 yields 180
So the XXL is supposed to yield twice as much as an XL tank. In my experience, this is about right (although I don't think I've ever gotten 600 pages worth, it still seems to be twice what the other size tank prints - as I've tried them both). I get 3-4 months worth of prints out of this larger sized tank.
If you were to buy two XL tanks it would cost 36.34 (at least as of this posting) so that's a savings of 6.51!
For me, I really prefer getting the XXL size ink. It means less hassle and less changing out the ink tank.
As for the quality of the ink - we've had no problems with it. It always prints out crisp and clear. I like to print things on draft mode to save even more ink and squeeze out a lot more printings from one tank. It has never smeared or anything like that (that I can remember)and dries super fast.
The 240 XXL is a great buy for those of you who plan on doing a lot of prints and would like to save a little bit of $$.