I was first skeptical about getting an non-OEM print cartridge for my Canon MF-4350 printer, but I was pleasantly surprised about the quality of the toner I received from ****************. I only used the toner for a few days and it appears that the print quality is no different than that from the original Canon cartridge. The toner came well packed too. It was placed in a thick black plastic bag with silica gel pack inside a retail carton box. That box was placed inside another larger box filled with eco-friendly packaging peanuts. The toner out of the box looked slightly different than the original Canon one. Just as Canon cartridge, this non-OEM had a thin plastic seal to contain the toner powder inside the cartridge. You have to pull that plastic strip off before using the toner. However, in addition it had another wide paper wrapper wrapped around the drum that needed to be pulled. Upon removing that, the drum appeared to have concentric marks from the toner residue, but it turned out that they cleared off after printing the first page and didn't affect the print quality. The toner also had a sticker "no tearing" that covered a plastic cap for the compartment with the toner powder. The original Canon toner does not have that cap exposed. The plastic sticker is made from some fragile material and was already broken from being bent. The original Canon toner cartridge is built of a slightly better plastic, but as I cannot see the difference in the print quality, I'm very happy to use this non-OEM one.
The hp 56 number was not detected on hp photo 7660. The hp 56 Ink cartridge was seal in a cheap clear plastic bag and the contact terminals did not have any protection tape. The hp 57 number was detected on the hp photo 7660 no problems. The hp 57 ink cartridge was seal in a heavy duty air tight plastic bag and protection tape on terminals. The hp 57 worked ok with the old hp 58. The hp 56 may be defective.
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