New printers join Lexmark's product line
by Rick Smith (June 27, 2000)
Lexmark has completed the updating of their color inkjet product line which started in May 2000 with the shipping of the Lexmark Z52. Shown here, the Z32 (left) and Z42 (right) both feature Lexmarkís Accu-Feed paper handling for printing reliability and fewer paper jams, BOTH USB and parallel ports for compatibility, easy open cartridge install and software ink level indicators for ease of use, both PC & Mac driver software for greater adaptability and a next-business day warranty exchange for peace of mind. The difference between these two models are speed and resolution. The Z32 is only 1200x1200 dpi (remember when this was a description of a $2,000 printer?) and can print at 7.5 ppm in black and white and 3.5 ppm in color and retails for only $99. The Z42 is a 2400x1200 dpi printer and has a 10 ppm black and white and 5 ppm color speed. It retails for $149. If thatís not enough, Lexmark has also announced the Z12, a 1200x1200 dpi printer which retails at a mere $59.
Now, Lexmark has an updated line of four new printers, that all retail for under $200 gives consumers plenty of choice in both price and feature set. These high quality, inexpensive color printers each have quality output that I expect from Lexmark. Reviews OnLine reviewed the Z52 last month and felt that Lexmark had raised the bar when it came to inexpensive, high quality color printing.
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