HP LaserJet M607, M608, M609 First Look Video

Thursday, October 12th, 2017 | HP Toner | No Comments

HP has released the new LaserJet M607, M608 and M609 series. Andres has made up an introductory video to show you some of the new features. This is a great line of printers!


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HP Rebate Buy more. Save more.

Friday, March 11th, 2016 | HP Toner | No Comments
HP Buy more. Save more Toner Cartridge Rebate

HP Buy more. Save more Toner Cartridge Rebate

HP has a new rebate, “Buy more. Save more.” where the more you buy of original HP cartridges, the greater the rebate. Please note this rebate doesn’t apply to our new HP MICR Toner Cartridges, only new unmodified HP toner cartridges.

Buy $200 of Original HP Toner and receive a $20 Shell Gift Card, buy $300 of Original HP Toner and receive a $50 Shell Gift Card, or buy $500 of Original HP Toner and receive a $100 Shell Gift Card.

  • Limit of two (2) Shell Gift Cards per qualifying end-user customer address during the Promotion Period.
  • Original HP Toner must be purchased at the same time, on the same invoice during the Promotion Period.

Promotion Period
March 15–April 15, 2016

Download the Rebate PDF


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We want your empty HP toner cartridges!

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 | Toner Cartridge Recycling | No Comments

We’re now providing a free shipping label to purchase your empty toner cartridges for select HP models. We’ve always bought HP empty toner cartridges, but now we need your empties more than ever, so we’re providing shipping labels to pickup your empties. For more on our ECP (Empty Cartridge Purchase) program check out ECP Section on our website.

In talking with our customers, most customers felt it just wasn’t worth packaging and shipping their empty toner cartridges to us once they paid shipping. Hopefully by providing a free shipping label more customers will sell their empties to us for remanufacturing.

Click here for our current HP ECP Pricelist.

Free Shipping Label – These empties qualify for a free shipping label

HP 8000, 5Si – C3909AHP 4100, 4150 – C8061X

HP 4000, 4050 – C4127X

HP 2400 – Q6511A, Q6511X

HP P3015 – CE255A, CE255X

HP P2015 – Q7553XHP P3005 – Q7551X

HP P2035 – CE505A

HP P2055 – CE505X

HP P1005 – CB435A

HP P1505 – CB436A

HP P1102w – CE285A

P1606dn – CE275A

HP 4200 – Q1338A


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HP Going Green?

Monday, June 2nd, 2008 | Green Power | No Comments

HP recently announced a new initiative for green printing. The new initiative includes a new $40 DeskJet printer almost entirely made from recycled plastic and new company goals to make their printers 40% more efficient. HP also plans to triple the recycled materials that are current used in their toner cartridges, laser and inkjet printers. And lastly, HP plans to surpass the 250 million toner and ink cartridges that will be recycled in 2008.

I applaud HP for making the effort. If all business made this effort, the world would be a better place. Going “green” as we have done is not only “the right” thing to do, it’s also good business. In our case we are not only conserving to help the environment, but we’re saving money and feeling great about doing it. We’re saving on everything from an advanced climate control system to analyzing and recycling every possible outflow we can find.

HP is a great business and when I see the enthusiasm about HP’s green program, I just want to remind you, this is not 100% altruistic. When you read HP will recycle 250 million toner and inkjet cartridges, the real goal there is not to recycle them, but to take them out of circulation – again good business practice on HP’s part.

For HP, recycling means separate the components and melt them down to raw materials. This takes energy – a much greener approach is to do what we do, which is to remanufacture the cartridge. In this way the cartridge keeps it’s present form, the imaging system such as drum, developer, wiper blade, doctor blade are replaced (and recycled). But the rest of the cartridge stays intact. HP wants to take cartridges out of circulation, because HP knows that every cartridge they don’t collect for recycling may potentially become a “competitor” in the form of a recycled or remanufactured cartridge.

HP is also releasing a carbon foot print calculator for your laser printer in June, so you can save the world buy upgrading your printer. More on this later. -Marvin


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New HP MICR Toner Cartridges

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008 | HP Toner | 1 Comment

Advantage Laser Products is proud to announce the release of THREE new MICR toner cartridges available for immediate shipping! All three of these products are in stock and ready to ship today! In addition we now sell HP MICR Laser Printers.

Premium MICR Toner for HP P4014, P4015, P4510 and P4515

  • Page Yield: 10,000 @ 5% Coverage
  • Price: $259
  • Cost Per Page: 2.59 cents
  • HP Part #: CC364A
  • Our Part #: RCCC364ANM

Premium MICR Toner P1005 and P1006

  • Page Yield: 1,500 @ 5% Coverage
  • Price: $120
  • Cost Per Page: 8.00 cents
  • HP Part #: CB435A
  • Our Part #: RCCB435ANM

Premium MICR Toner P1505 and P1505N

  • Page Yield: 2,000 @ 5% Coverage
  • Price: $130
  • Cost Per Page: 6.50 cents
  • HP Part #: CB436A
  • Our Part #: RCCB436ANM

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