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  1. Lexmark Genesis S815 review

    Lexmark Genesis S815 review

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    Does this mould-breaking device represent a rebirth for the multifunction printer?

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    Lexmark Interact S605 review

    Lexmark Interact S605 review

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    Lexmark used to give inkjet printing a bad name, serving up cheap, flimsy models that only ran for a few days on their 'installation' cartridges before needing replacements, which would often cost more than the original purchase price of the printer itself. The S605 represents a major rethink, ditching the tri-colour cartridges originally favoured by Lexmark and ushering in a single print head unit, fed by individually replaceable ink tanks .

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    Lexmark Impact S305 review

    Lexmark Impact S305 review

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    A scanner and Wi-Fi connectivity make this photo printer a very appealing option

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    Lexmark X4650 review

    Lexmark X4650 review

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    The Lexmark X4650 is a multifunction device with scanning, printing and copying that lets you send files to and from the machine wirelessly or over USB. You will need a wireless router compatible with IEEE 802.11g to exploit these features.

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    Lexmark Pro X4875 review

    Lexmark Pro X4875 review

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    Lexmark includes the X4875 in its Professional range of All-In-One Inkjets and uses Lexmark’s regular pair of inkjet cartridges – one for black, one for the three colours – and sports a list of features that don’t seem especially professional.

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    Lexmark X4550 review

    Lexmark X4550 review

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    Considering that Lexmark is such a big name in the world of business printing, the X4550 feels surprisingly flimsy, with a build quality that doesn't seem to match the competition. We can't see this device remaining in one piece for long under heavy office conditions. Its main claim to fame is that it's fully Wi-Fi compatible straight out of the box, and in our tests this proved quick and easy to set up.

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    Lexmark X4550 Wireless review

    Lexmark X4550 Wireless review

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    The use of wireless LAN has reached mass adoption, so finding the techology in devices that help eliminate the number of wires connected to your home office is always a boon. One look at the Lexmark X4550 all-in-one printer (£60 inc. VAT) and you'll know it's not been made for the mobile market.

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    Lexmark Z1420 Wireless Printer review

    Lexmark Z1420 Wireless Printer review

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    While many users are used to having their laptops connected to a wireless router, the most common way to add a printer is via a cable to the network. The Lexmark Z1420 (£50 inc. VAT) does away with this by incorporating 802.11g into the printer itself.

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    Lexmark C500n review

    Lexmark C500n review

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    Tune into TV advertising and you'd think that most of the business world is running on Lexmark printers. Unlike some of Lexmark's flimsier inkjet printers, the C500n has a real business-like feel to it with seemingly rock-solid build quality

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    Lexmark X9350 Wireless Office review

    Lexmark X9350 Wireless Office review

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    This machine is an all-in- one fax, colour inkjet printer, scanner and copier. It performs with varying ability, faces stiff competition from HP and Epson, but generally failed to impress us considering the price

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    Lexmark C534 review

    Lexmark C534 review

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    With the C534, Lexmark is entering the market for quality laser printers under a grand. The initial investment is low enough for this printer to find its way into both homes and offices alike

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    Lexmark P350 review

    Lexmark P350 review

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    Lexmark has an uphill struggle on its hands if it's to break the Epson, HP and Canon stranglehold on the home photo printers market. This is especially true for mini photo lab printers.

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    Lexmark Z735 review

    Lexmark Z735 review

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    Amazingly, the Lexmark Z735 printer costs less to buy than a single inkcartridge for some other printers, at just £25. It also uses just one cartridge, which combines cyan, magenta and yellow inks, leaving blackout of the equation altogether.

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    Lexmark X5470 review

    Lexmark X5470 review

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    First impressions are often correct. As such, a quick glance through the Lexmark's C5470 impressive-looking feature list and specifications might have you scurrying for your credit card.

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    Lexmark X2470 review

    Lexmark X2470 review

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    Spare a thought for owners of high-end photo inkjet printers such as the Canon i9950, which uses eight different individual ink tanks. What these people save in ink costs they usually spend in petrol...

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    Lexmark C522n review

    Lexmark C522n review

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    The Lexmark has nearly everything going for it; with fast output and high quality prints the C522n is a very capable machine. The price is a little high for a budget machine, but the performance more than makes up for this.

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    Lexmark X3480 review

    Lexmark X3480 review

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    Photo printers can be a real pain when it comes to ink cartridges, with up to nine different individual cartridges to change in some of today's top models. By contrast, the Lexmark X3480 uses a single cartridge...

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    Lexmark C500n review

    Lexmark C500n review

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    Unlike Lexmark's inkjet printers, which are typically a bit on the flimsy side, the C500n is really 'built'. It looks every inch a heavy-duty office item and Lexmark accordingly recommends a two-person lift to extract its 29kg of bulk from the shipping box

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    Lexmark E240 review

    Lexmark E240 review

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    Lexmark is a solid brand for monochrome laser printers, and this model looks like it's been built for warfare. That feel continues throughout the machine, with great engineering and performance

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    Lexmark P450 review

    Lexmark P450 review

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    The Lexmark P450 is distinguished from the rest of the group because itcomes with a built-in CD writer, which Lexmark is parading as anindustry first. That's true to a certain extent

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    Lexmark E340 review

    Lexmark E340 review

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    Laser printers are the best option for small organisations that wantspeedy prints, low running costs and efficiency in the workplace.Theyare cheaper, faster and cleaner to run than inkjets, though obviously you pay more ...

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    Lexmark P6350 review

    Lexmark P6350 review

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    Canon, Epson and HP aren't the only players around in the photo printing market. The Lexmark P6350 all-in-one meets them head-on with a very similar set of features.

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