Toner Cartridge Numbers for HP LaserJet Pro Printers

Toner cartridge numbers for HP LaserJet Pro M12 printer.

Hewlett-Packard just released many new LaserJet Pro printers onto the market. Not much information is available on the printers, but we were able to track down the toner cartridge numbers and drum units.

Some printers are available at very low retail prices – starting at $99. All printers use Canon engines. These are just a few of them.

HP LaserJet Pro M12w (T0L46A) and M12a

HP LaserJet Pro M12 printer.

19 pages per minute. Estimated retail price for M12w printer is $99.

HP LaserJet Toner Cartridge Number Price Page Yield
CF279A (79A) $54.99 1,000

HP LaserJet Pro M26nw and M26a

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19 pages per minute.

HP LaserJet Toner Cartridge Number Price Page Yield
CF279A (79A) $54.99 1,000

HP LaserJet Pro M104w (G3Q37A)
and M132nw (G3Q62A)

23 pages per minute.

HP LaserJet Toner Cartridge Number
CF218A (18A)
HP LaserJet Drum Unit Price Page Yield
CF219A (19A) $69.99 12,000

HP LaserJet Pro MFP M227fdw (G3Q75A)
and M203dw (G3Q47A)

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30 pages per minute.

Estimated retail price for M227fdw is $329.
Estimated retail price for M203dw is $199.

HP LaserJet Toner Cartridge Number Price Page Yield
CF230A (30A) $63.99 1,600
CF230X (30X) $95.99 3,500
HP LaserJet Drum Unit Price Page Yield
CF232A (32A) $84.99 20,000

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Lena, the owner of TRI Resources Intl, began working in the ribbon industry for Aspen Ribbons in Boulder, CO, shortly after moving to the USA from her homeland of Sweden. Her personal attention to detail quickly moved her into the ‘lab’ doing research and maintaining the database for the AspenGuide. Lena’s work helped make AspenGuide the undisputed leader and many considered it to be the virtual Bible of cross-referencing in the industry. In the early 1990s, Lena joined Nukote and was actively involved in publishing the Encyclopedia of Imaging Supplies.

By 1998, technology allowed Lena to create a cross-reference guide on CD ROM, and thus TRI Resources International and the TRIguide were created. Toner, ribbons, and inkjets were the basis of this guide. In 2003, Lena transition the CD to TRIguideOnline so businesses can now access her data on the Internet.