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Lexmark's Z1420 is an entry-level color inkjet printer that is capable of printing wirelessly.

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Pros

Printed text is crisp enough for home office and some business use

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Wireless printing works pretty much instantly

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Printer cartridges last longer than many comparably-priced printers

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Included CD setup has detailed instructions and decreases setup time and frustration

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Cons

Photographs and colour graphics appear washed out

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Cartridges are quite expensive, may approach the cost of the printer

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Drivers incompatible with Mac OS X 10.5 and up

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Setting up WiFi may require driver updates and can be frustrating

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Lexmark's Z1420 is an entry-level color inkjet printer that is capable of printing wirelessly, and is designed to be a wireless network printer with 802.11g compatibility. It has print speeds of about 24 pages per minute in black and 18 in color, with a maximum resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi, and automatic cartridge alignment which is supposed to provide more accurate printing. It also has a feed regulator that is supposed to eliminate paper jams. It comes with standard 4-color print cartridges, but can be upgraded to 6-color for improved photo printing. Its tray can hold up to 100 pages.

Features
  • Released April 2007
  • Color inkjet printer
  • Wireless printing, 802.11g
  • Network printing
  • 4- or 6-color printing
  • 24 pages per minute (black), 18 (color)
  • Max color resolution 4800 x 1200 dpi
  • Accurate feeder
  • Can use high-yield black cartridges
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