Que signifie le coût par page ?

What does cost per page mean?

Ink cartridges have different weights, sizes, and even amounts of ink in their internal reservoir. These vary greatly between manufacturers and products. But the one metric that always remains consistent between them is their page yield.

Page yield will let you know how many pages a cartridge can print before needing a replacement. Although this number is not always 100% accurate, it gives you a good idea of ​​the potential of each cartridge.

What is “Cost per page”?

Cost per page (CPP) is a simple metric used to calculate the cost of each page to be printed using a particular ink or toner cartridge.

How to calculate cost per page?

The cost per page can be calculated by taking the original price of the cartridge and then dividing it by the number of pages the cartridge can print, equal to $20.99 (price) / 190 (page yield) = 0.11referred to as page yield. This equation looks a little like this:

Price / Page Yield = Cost per page

Let's try to find the page yield of an original HP 63 ink cartridge. The HP 63 cartridge typically costs around $20.99 for the standard yield black cartridge and has a yield of 190 pages per cartridge.

$20.99 (price) / 190 (page yield) = 0.11

The cost per page for an HP 63 ink cartridge is 11 cents. This means that each printed page will cost approximately 11 cents.

The cost per page can vary greatly depending on the price and the original manufacturer of the ink cartridge. We've seen CPPs as low as a penny all the way up to almost 20 cents per page.

You can try the cost per page equation with any ink or toner cartridge on the market. By using this formula, we can guarantee that you will have the best judgment when comparing different ink cartridges.