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We often wonder how manufacturers come up with the print speeds they claim their printers can achieve, as they don't seem to bear much resemblance to the output rate…
£234 inc VAT
If the idea of approaching the office printer fills you with foreboding, you'll appreciate Lexmark's effort to make colour laser printing as painless as possible with…
As far as multifunction devices go, you could do a lot better than this effort from Lexmark. It's slow, the print quality is no better than reasonable and it costs a…
£150 inc VAT
MFDs are usually slanted towards the home market or the business world, but the Lexmark tries to have a foot in each camp.
£200 inc VAT
The compact Lexmark E240n has the same angular design as the company's E232 and E330 models, but adds networking via its built-in ethernet port.
£169 inc VAT
Sixty quid for a device that prints, scans and copies sounds like an irresistible deal. As is often the case with peripherals, things aren't quite what they seem.
£60 inc VAT
These days, £260 can buy you an awful lot of functionality. The Lexmark X342n MFP offers print, scan, copy and fax facilities.
£260 inc VAT
Lexmark's latest multifunction device has an attractive, robust design, and scores well for specifications and functionality.
£100 inc VAT
Of the compact photo printers we tested, the Lexmark's styling is the most traditional, with its boxy profile and simple detailing.
£100 inc VAT
The Z845 is capable of decent prints, but it could prove more expensive to run than a car.
£60 inc VAT
The Lexmark X9350 is a rarity in the multifunction device market: it's a carefully thought-out product designed with small-business users in mind.
£250 inc VAT
The Lexmark C530dn's USP is it offers duplex printing at a budget price. While all the other models here have duplex as an optional feature, this typically adds £100…
£295 inc VAT
The Lexmark X4550 isn't the cheapest printing device to offer Wi-Fi capabilities (that accolade goes to the juicily priced £60 Lexmark Z1420 inkjet), but it still…
£100 inc VAT
Portability is high on the list of requirements when choosing a printer. The Lexmark Z1420 Wi-Fi printer is lightweight and has a slim design - making it a very…
£71 inc VAT
The Lexmark C500n is a budget-priced colour laser printer that delivers fast, high-quality text.
£225 inc VAT
In testing, the X500n multifunction printer delivered solid results with its ability to print, scan, and copy.
£330 inc VAT
Lexmark's home inkjets are the epitome of easy-to-install easy-to-use printers. It might be wise, then, for Lexmark's business laser division to go and have a look at…
£420 inc VAT
The multifunctional Lexmark X6570 is aimed at home and small offices, with impressive fax features at its heart.
£125 inc VAT
Designed for the home user, the Lexmark X4850 is a photo printer, copier and scanner all-in-one with a subtle enhancement - it has wireless capabilities.
£130 inc VAT
Small workgroups usually don't need big-iron printers; some don't even need colour. But they always need speed and flexibility. Lexmark's E352dn monochrome laser…
£264 inc VAT