Lexmark 50F1X00 Extra High Yield Return Program Toner

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LEX 50F1X00



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The Lexmark 50F1X00 Extra High Yield Return-Program toner cartridge features the Unison Toner's unique formulation that consistently delivers outstanding image quality, ensures long-life print system reliability and promotes superior sustainability - all in an innovative, shake-free print system.

This genuine Lexmark toner is engineered to work best together with your Lexmark printer, delivering excellent print quality from the first page to the last. Cartridge is designed for use with ms410d, MS410dn, MS510dn, MS610de, MS610dn, ms610dte and ms610dtn.

Lexmark Return Program cartridges are patented print cartridges sold at a discount in exchange for the customer's agreement to the license requirement that the cartridges will be used only once and returned only to Lexmark for remanufacturing or recycling. These patented cartridges are licensed for single use only and will stop working after delivering a fixed amount of ink. Cartridge yields approximately 10,000 standard pages.

Lexmark Return Program cartridges are patented print cartridges sold at a discount in exchange for the customer’s agreement to the license requirement that the cartridges will be used only once and returned only to Lexmark for remanufacturing and/or recycling. The Return Program cartridges are licensed for single use only and are designed to stop working after the delivery of a fixed amount of toner. A variable amount of toner will remain in the cartridge when replacement is required. In addition, the cartridge is designed to automatically update the memory in your printer to protect against the introduction of counterfeit and/or unauthorized third-party cartridges.

Features:

  • Extra-high yield (10,000 pages)
  • Excellent print quality
  • Superior sustainablility
  • Shake-free print system
  • For use in MS410D, ms410dn, ms510dn, MS610DE, ms610dn, MS610DTE and MS610DTN
  • Return-program





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