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Hi. Does anyone know how the HP Sprocket printer prints without an ink cartridge, please?

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Considering buying this product, but wondering how longit will last and how it prints without ink.

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The sprocket is a new device from HP, and is warrantied for one year from purchase date.

 

Any attempt to tell you "how long it will last" would be mere speculation.

 

The ZINK paper website can be found here: www.zink.com

 

The ink system is embedded in the paper itself.

 

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The sprocket is a new device from HP, and is warrantied for one year from purchase date.

 

Any attempt to tell you "how long it will last" would be mere speculation.

 

The ZINK paper website can be found here: www.zink.com

 

The ink system is embedded in the paper itself.

 

WyreNut

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Thanks very much, WyreNut. Appreciate it.
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