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It is a business-class all-in-one inkjet machine with scan, copy, and print capabilities, as well as wireless printing.

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fast 30/27ppm (black/colour) printing

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includes wireless connectability

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Cons

no Ethernet connection

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low scanning resolution

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Support is only for the extremely patient and is not knowledgeable.

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Wireless breaks. Printer stops responding to arp requests

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The Lexmark X4975 is a business-class all-in-one inkjet machine with scan, copy, and print capabilities, as well as wireless printing, a built-in duplexer, and an automatic document feeder.  Print speeds are fast for the price-point, ranging up to 30 pages per minute, with a higher-end print resolution of 4800x2400 dpi.  Printing of both photos and professional documents is made simple with slots for flash memory cards, PictBridge-compatible USB devices, which can be used to directly print MS Office documents and PDFs as well.  Wireless printing uses the 802.11g standard and is compatible with B and N standards as well.  The automatic document feeder can hold 25 pages for multiple-piece copy and scan jobs.

Features
  • Print Speeds:  30ppm black, 27ppm colour
  • Colour Print Resolution:  4800x2400 dpi
  • Scan Resolution:  600x1200 dpi
  • Scanner Depth:  48-bit
  • Supported Media:  Letter, Legal, 4x6, 5x7, Executive, cardstock, labels, envelopes
  • Connections: USB 2.0, PictBridge-compatible USB devices, Flash-Memory Card Slots, Wireless 802.11b/g/n
  • Replacement Cartridges:  #42 Black (220pgs), #41 Tri-Colour (210pgs), #44XL High-Yield Black (500pgs), #43XL High-Yield Colour (500pgs), #40 Photo Colour
  • Warranty:  One Year Replacement
Post Review
Craig__1@hotmail.com
03/22/2010 03:30

Buy something else if you want a wireless printer.

Wireless stops responding to arp requests, so 'disappears' from network.

A Static arp entry in computers can work around this if you know how to create one.

Installation software is not smooth.

Might be ok for wired connection.

Prints fast and does 2 sided without manual intervention.

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