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Lexmark is an American corporation that focuses on developing and manufacturing printing and imaging products - from Laser, Inkjet printers and printing supplies to multifunction products and services for individual users as well as businesses. Lexmark sells its printing products in over 170 countries with 58% of their professional printing revenue coming from international sales.

Lexmarks current range of products include color/monochrome laser and inkjet printers, all-in-one compact units with faxing, copying and photo printing abilities and dot matrix printers.
Lexmark was also the first to introduce WiFi Inkjet printers and printers with web-enabled touch screens.

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Lexmark MX310dn

Lexmark MX310dn All-In-One Laser Printer


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Lexmark MX310dn
Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500
Lexmark Pro4000
Lexmark C746dn
Lexmark Inkjet Pro715
Lexmark MX310dn All-In-One Laser Printer
Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Lexmark Pro4000c All-In-One InkJet Printer
Lexmark C746dn Printer
Lexmark Inkjet Pro715 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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  • The Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500 Color MFP offers laser-class speed, an ample feature set, great text for an inkjet, and low running costs.


  • Outstanding speed and features make this a small-workgroup winner, better for the price than a cheap color laser.


  • We might have expected a printer in this price range to be a little faster (the US price is considerably lower, even taking VAT into account). Even so, the OfficeEdge Pro5500 is a sturdy and versatile multifunction printer that will particularly appeal to workgroups who need to produce a wide range of different documents each month.


  • This is a good, fast business printer, though a bit fiddly if you need to change paper regularly and a bit slow if you print duplex day-to-day. When compared to a machine like the Epson Workforce Pro WP-4525DNF, a major competitor, the Lexmark machine isnâÂ?Â?t as versatile and costs around £50 more. You do the maths.


  • This high-volume all-in-one inkjet for small offices is fast, churns out good-looking documents, and uses affordable ink. If high-quality photos are important to your office, though, you'll want to look elsewhere.


  • The Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro4000 was surprisingly fast and provided very high-quality prints. Photos looked excellent, even when printed in a fraction of the time that many inkjet printers need to produce similar results. Lexmark boasts 21 pages per minute (black) and while I didn't quite achieve those speeds, I was impressed with the printer's speed. That is, when it was connected via USB. Printing wirelessly gave lots of different numbers even on a wireless network with a strong connection, thus adding a bit of frustration to the testing process.


  • The Lexmark C746dn offers decent speed, good paper handling, and prints very good graphics for a workhorse color laser printer, though it comes up a bit short on text quality.


  • The Lexmark C746dn is a colour laser printer geared to mid-sized workgroups, and it's a close relative of the Lexmark C748de. The C746dn lacks the latter's massive touchscreen and can't handle quite as much in terms of print volume, but the trade-off is that it costs less.


  • The Lexmark Pro715 provides a decent feature setâ??including fax and ADFâ??for a micro or home office, and prints good photos as well.


  • Lexmark's latest all-purpose office machine introduces a new set of inks with a separate print head that outputs higher-quality photos than the previous model, but competing devices give you convenient features like cloud printing and a larger touch-screen display for the same price.


  • Printing costs are a bit of a mixed bag. Lexmark's high-yield black ink cartridge gives you a cost of less than 2p per page for printing simple black-and-white text. However, the high cost of its colour ink cartridges pushes the cost of colour printing up to 12.5p per page, making it the most expensive in this group test. The Lexmark Pro715 is, therefore, a good choice for home workers or small businesses that primarily need affordable black and-white printing, and only occasionally need to produce documents in colour.