All depends on whether the cartridges you buy comply with requirements to use HP compliant chips. Many cheap aftermarket cartridges do not because the chip is the most expensive part when making toner cartridges.
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Interesting. I went to my toner supplier and found that the toner for that printer was more than for the toner I have been buying for my P1102w that I do have now--although the number of pages was higher, also.
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