HP DeskWriter 600C Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $13.95
The HP DeskWriter 600c delivers the fast print speeds and detailed resolution you won't always find in other personal printers. It has maximum resolution of up to 600 dpi and can also support a range of media types. And when it runs out of ink, you only need to turn to Inkjets.com, the leading provider of the highest quality replacement print cartridges available today. Our best options include the HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color Ink, which offers 310-page yield and HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges, which can provide up to 650. When it comes to detailed and vivid print resolution, these cartridges can rival OEMs, but come at a more affordable price. Order today and get up to 58% off, plus free shipping for orders worth $30 and up.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's how to install a new ink cartridge in your HP DeskWriter 600c printer:
- Check that the printer is switched on, then open its top cover. The print carriage will move to its replacement position.
- When the carriage stops moving, release the used ink cartridge and take it out of the cradle.
- Remove the new ink cartridge out of its packaging. Carefully pull off the sealing tape while holding only the black plastic. Make sure to avoid contact with the ink nozzles and copper strips.
- Insert the new ink cartridge into the cradle, then push it down until it is firmly in place. When the cartridge is installed properly, you'll hear a click.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are remanufactured ink cartridges?
These are repurposed ink cartridges that have been cleaned and checked for parts that need repair or replacement. Following quality specifications, they are then restocked with premium blend ink. The reusability of remanufactured ink cartridges make them a great contributor to the environment.
Is there a difference between remanufactured and compatible ink cartridges?
Yep. Inkjets.com's HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color Ink and HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges are repurposed units that have met quality requirements. Compatible ink cartridges are new and made specifically to adhere with the quality specifications of their compatible printer model.
Are remanufactured ink cartridges worth it?
They are, given their many benefits. Remanufactured ink cartridges can produce the OEM-like print results while remaining more cost-effective. This makes them a definite win for the budget-conscious.