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Lexmark X9350

£250 inc VAT

Manufacturer: Lexmark

Our Rating: We rate this 4 out of 5

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.

The Lexmark X9350 is a rarity in the MFD (multifunction device) market: it's a carefully thought-out product designed with small-business users in mind. Many MFDs bandy about the all-in-one tag when, in reality, they consist of nothing more than a combined printer and scanner.

In contrast, the X9350 has just about every feature you could need, including an auto-document feeder, memory card slots and a PictBridge port, a fax machine, duplex printing, an ethernet port and both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless printing.

The device benefits from top-notch build quality. It feels sturdy and robust, with helpful features such as a magazine-style 150-sheet paper input tray and a bright 2in LCD display that flips up for viewing from almost any angle. All these features mean that the X9350 costs considerably more than your average inkjet-based all-in-one, but it's still decent value.

In operation the X9350 is smooth and (for an inkjet) fairly quiet. It's reasonably fast, managing 4ppm (pages per minute) for text in normal mode, stepping up to 9ppm in Quick Print mode. Print quality on plain paper is fine, although the ink runs a little before it dries, giving slightly blurred edges.

An A4 photo on glossy paper took three minutes and 51 seconds to print, and the quality was impressive. The Lexmark isn't up to the standards of professional photo printers, but it's more than good enough for business graphics and family snaps. Scan quality was just as good, with excellent clarity and colour accuracy. And at just 30 seconds for a 360dpi A4 scan, it's fast too.

Lexmark X9350 Expert Verdict »

Lexmark X9350 reviews verified by Reevoo

Lexmark X9350Scores 8.6 out of 10 based on 16 reviews
Four-colour inkjet multifunction device
max print resolution B=1,200dpi C=4,800x1,200dpi
optical scan resolution 1,200x4,800dpi
colour copier and fax
built-in ethernet and 802.11g wireless technology
USB 2.0
memory card reader
1-year warranty
  • Ease of Use: We give this item 8 of 10 for ease of use
  • Features: We give this item 9 of 10 for features
  • Value for Money: We give this item 8 of 10 for value for money
  • Overall: We give this item 8 of 10 overall

Lexmark has built a product that ticks just about every box on the list of requirements for a business MFD. Our only criticism concerns print quality on plain paper, but even this isn't too bad. We're delighted to give the Lexmark X9350 the thumbs up.

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