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What's the difference between these HP Ink Cartridges?

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What's the difference between these HP Ink Cartridges?

For OfficeJet 6310:

HP 95 Tri-colour Inkjet Print Cartridge comparing with HP 93 Tri-color Inkjet Print Cartridge

(seems like HP 95 is more expensive)

and

HP 98 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge with HP 92 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge

(seems like HP 98 is more expensive)

I went to HP Website but did not show any difference in specifications.

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95 and 98 are high yield.

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So basically, better quality?

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no.

more ink.

they're not ALWAYS cross-compatible.

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They are compatible with different models of HP printer. In general, the more expensive professional printers have more expensive ink cartridges. Maybe they have to be manufactured differently. You can see the compatible printers under the picture of each on the website... The 95 is compatible with more printers, so higher demand I guess...

EDIT: See here for some full specs, shows SuperTurboAkuma is right about the more ink thing. The approx amount of pages is higher for the 95:

http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/53919/CONSUMAB.../HP/C9361WA.asp

and

http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/45265/CONSUMAB.../HP/C8766WA.asp

Edited by dwarm

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Oh that's good. Thanks for the replies guys!

Cause it's a new printer to me and it shows it can use 92 and 98 for black. And 93 and 95 for color. So just wondering which to buy in the future.

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the ink difference is usually a little more ink or some kind of specialty ink, like the 75+ and photo black are all considered specialty.

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Oh I see. Thanks :D

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