The Good Built-in ADF and duplexer; built-in media card reader and PictBridge port; expandable paper handling; built-in wired and wireless networking; impressive scan quality. The Bad Pokey task speeds; print quality needs improvement; limited feature set when printing photos sans PC; experienced problems with paper alignment when using the manual feed slot. The Bottom Line The Lexmark X is a decent choice for the budget-minded small-office user who needs an all-in-one printer packed with features and can live without top-notch print speeds and print quality. Visit for details. On paper, the Lexmark X is an ideal all-in-one printer for the home or the small office. It includes an automatic document feeder ADF and a built-in duplexer, and not only is it network ready, but it's also set up for wireless networking.
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The Good Built-in ADF and duplexer; built-in media card reader and PictBridge port; expandable paper handling; built-in wired and wireless networking; impressive scan quality. The Bad Pokey task speeds; print quality needs improvement; limited feature set when printing photos sans PC; experienced problems with paper alignment when using the manual feed slot.
The Bottom Line The Lexmark X is a decent choice for the budget-minded small-office user who needs an all-in-one printer packed with features and can live without top-notch print speeds and print quality. Visit for details. On paper, the Lexmark X is an ideal all-in-one printer for the home or the small office. It includes an automatic document feeder ADF and a built-in duplexer, and not only is it network ready, but it's also set up for wireless networking.
The downside? Slow task speeds and mediocre print quality. That said, given the feature set and the price, we think this could be a good fit for a home or a very small office that doesn't need fast, high-volume prints or stellar print quality but does need network capability.
The comparably priced Canon Pixma MP offers faster speeds and better print quality across the board, but it's not network ready. Design The Lexmark X is reasonably sized for an inkjet all-in-one device. It stands Its glossy white-and-brushed-silver body evokes the Apple aesthetic.
An ADF sits atop the scanner cover and can hold up to 50 sheets of originals. Using the ADF, you can scan or copy legal-size documents; the largest original the flatbed scanner can accommodate is A4. The X's paper-handling options are basic and straightforward.
The input tray pulls out from the front of the printer and holds up to sheets of plain paper. The cover of the input tray serves as the output tray, and a pullout arm helps to corral longer sheets. In the bowels of the output tray resides a small media feeder, which lets you manually insert single sheets of photo paper or envelopes for one-off prints as opposed to swapping out the contents of the input tray.
We had significant problems printing photos via the manual feed tray: no matter what adjustments we made, they came out crooked. When we loaded the 4x6 photo paper into the main paper tray, though, we didn't have any problems. You can purchase an optional second input tray for a total input of sheets. You can also adjust the input tray to accommodate a length of tear-off sheets for banner prints.
The media card slots accept all major types of cards, though some may require an adapter. The control panel is clean and easy to use. The menu is easy to navigate using four direction keys and an OK key. The alphanumeric keypad lets you dial in fax numbers or change the number of copies you want to make. The Lexmark X uses a two-tank ink system: one black and one color--cyan, magenta, and yellow. For better photo printing, you can swap out the black tank for a tricolor photo ink tank, giving you six-color prints.
While the two-tank system is easier to maintain, we still prefer individual ink tanks because they reduce waste and keep more money in your pocket. Features The Lexmark X offers all the features that a home or a small office needs to be productive: fax, scan, copy, and print. It's also network ready, both wired and wireless. The built-in wireless The detailed user guide walks you through the process of installing the printer on your network.
If you want stand-alone functionality, you can also connect the X via USB. Fax functionality is usually the sign of a serious office-oriented all-in-one, and the X offers the usual features.
The X's user guide helps you set up the fax functionality with different equipment, such as answering machines, or under different scenarios, such as faxing with or without a PC. Using the menu and keypad, you can program up to 89 speed-dial numbers and up to 10 groups up to 30 numbers per group.
If you're away from your office, you can set up fax forwarding, which will push your faxes to another fax number you designate. You can also schedule a fax blast also called broadcast fax , which will send the same fax to up to 30 numbers or groups.
On the flip side, if you're tired of all the incoming junk faxes, you can set up junk fax blocking, which prevents you from getting faxes from numbers you've specifically blocked or from numbers that offer no caller ID information you'll need to have caller ID working on your fax line.
The copy function offers the usual array of features, including N-up that is, image repeat , reducing and enlarging, and collating. Additionally, the X has a built-in duplexer, which allows you to print on both sides of a page--a great feature for cutting costs. You can initiate scans from your PC or from the printer itself. If your printer is networked, you can save the scan to your PC or open it in a number of applications for editing. Additionally, you can scan a document as an e-mail attachment or use the optical character recognition software to create a text-editable scan.
More advanced features include the ability to straighten a crooked scan, sharpen blurry edges, reduce background noise on a color document, and scan multiple images before output.
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