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HP Q3964A OPC Drum

Mfg Part #: Q3964A


HP - Drum kit

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MSRP$253.76
Our Price$201.95
ConditionNew and Factory Sealed
Out of Stock as of 2:47am 3/29/2014
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This HP imaging drum provides consistently outstanding color results. It is easy to use and maintain with new print cartridge architecture and Smart printing technology.


Product Highlights
  • Advanced toner formulation for crisp, sharp output every time
  • Affordable color printing solution

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General Specifications

ManufacturerHP
Manufacturer Part #Q3964A
Cost Central Item #10032429
Product DescriptionHP - Drum kit - for Color LaserJet 2550L, 2550Ln, 2550n, 2820, 2830, 2840
Consumable TypeDrum kit
Printing TechnologyLaser
Cartridge FeaturesHP Smart printing
Duty CycleUp to 20000 pages at 5% coverage (black only)
Designed ForColor LaserJet 2550L, 2550Ln, 2550n, 2820, 2830, 2840

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Shipping Width15.7 in
Shipping Depth7.9 in
Shipping Height11.4 in
Shipping Weight5.7 lbs
Consumable
Consumable TypeDrum kit
Printing TechnologyLaser
Cartridge FeaturesHP Smart printing
Duty CycleUp to 20000 pages at 5% coverage (black only)
Compatibility Information
Designed ForHP Color LaserJet 2550L, 2550Ln, 2550n, 2820, 2830, 2840

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Review Date: Aug 23, 2008

Paul

Strengths: New from Manufacturer

Weaknesses: Not enough images.

Summary: I had a remanufactured drum which did not seem to last very long. This time I went with the new HP drum.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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Review Date: Jul 11, 2008

AMBRY

Weaknesses: wish it lasted longer

Summary: does its job, easy to install, not too messy, wish it lasted longer for the price, but price on here is pretty good

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Review Date: May 07, 2008

Bruce L-Springfield, MO

Strengths: Genuine HP high quality product. High capacity saves you money. Always works perfectly. High print quality.

Weaknesses: Higher apparent cost than generic brands and refills.

Summary: Cost central offers me the best prices on the brand names that I trust. I never feel like their merchandise is old or has been mishandled. This is important with printing products that need to be properly stored and handled.

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Review Date: Oct 05, 2007

Taurin McGrath

Strengths: Recyclable container

Weaknesses: Size and length of usage

Summary: I don't actually feel as thought this drum lasts for 20,000 pages. I'm in a tiny company with only 2 people in the office and we go through one of these every 2 months. At the cost associated with this item and ink cartridge prices I'm going to begin renting a large full color copy workstation. It just prices out better for us.

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Review Date: May 01, 2007

HP 2840

Strengths: The drum consistently prints clean copies and prints.

Weaknesses: Short life span.

Summary: This little printer has done well. It just keeps on going.

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Review Date: May 26, 2005

Georges Herzog

Summary: The print quality is pleasing and the speed OK. What is less than acceptable is that HP decides when to quit. The imaging drum and the ink cartridges will stop and let you stranded when the chip in them estimate that they they are done. Since this happens before there is any loss of quality, it can only be surmised that there still is some life in them, and, in the case of the imaging drum, maybe a lot of it. It would be more than correct if HP provided an override feature that would let the users continue at their own risk. As it stands, you may as well forget about printing if you do not have a fresh replacement part at hand, because your printer is dead.

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Review Date: May 23, 2005

Tadeusz Malinowski

Summary: The quality of printing is very good, indeed, but economy is disasterous. After printing less than 11 000 pages in black and less than 2900 pages in color, my drum has finished. And no single page, even with lower quality could be printed then !!! The information that every page in color counts as four pages in black is not shown clearly to potential cuctomers. I feel abused. I appreciated using several other model of HP printers (like LJ 1200, or DJ 890), but with LJ 2550L I am strongly disappointed - noisy, expensive disposable materials, some computers (Compaq)slowed down significantly with this printer attached. Try harder, please.

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Comment by Barb A. Ryan (Apr 16, 2008 3:09pm )
I used to work for HP and think that what they did with the HP2550 really stinks. They use software to create the illusion that they are helping you to monitor resources, when what they are really doing is shutting down the drum and toner from working, when they have much more use left. I found this solution, which works, by seaching forums. The external chips (small green and metal with a dark center dome) on the printer toner cartridges are all the same. Just (carefully) pry them off with a knife and swap them. (You might need to use double sided scotch tape to make them stick, but they seem to stay put without it.) Swapping the chips resets to counter and overrides the software monitoring. I have been printing for 3 extra months with a black toner cartridge that was supposedly out of toner. Bill and Dave would roll in their graves, if they knew what their company had become. If HP sells product, they should let you use it all. If they want to sell a "number of copies" service, they should be Kinkos. They are trying to be both and lying about it in the process.
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