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Lexmark X2650 All In One Printer, Scanner, Copier

by Lexmark
1 customer review

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  • Fast print speeds, versatile functionality and brilliant photo quality in one sleek design.
  • Print Fast! Up to 26 ppm black and 16 ppm colour printing (1)
  • Fast and easy install in as little as ten minutes!
  • Borderless prints up to A4 or 8½ x 11"
  • 1-touch copy and scan
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight4.9 Kg
Product Dimensions43.2 x 17.5 x 31.2 cm
Item model number0012L1002
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 537,215 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 Kg
Date First Available1 Nov. 2008

Product Description

Product Description

Printing up to 22 ppm black and 16 ppm color printing. Laserquality text and graphics with print resolution up to 4800 dpi.Flatbed scanner easily handles thick books reports and more.

Box Contains

  • Lexmark X2650 Printer
  • One color cartridge
  • One black cartridge
  • Setup sheet
  • User’s Guide on CD
  • Windows/MAC Installation CD
  • Power supply and line cord
  • Service and guarantee information

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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By P. Lattimore on 21 April 2009
    I bought this machine about 2 weeks ago.
    Replacing the cartridges on my old HP would have cost more, and that's 6 years old and playing up occasionally now, and my wife needed a working printer for a college project.
    It said on the box you can set it up in 10 minutes.
    This assumes that everything runs smoothly.
    If things do not run smoothly, it takes about an hour and a half and involves a lot of yelling at the machine.
    For instance, when it says press X button and a test page will print, it does not tell you what to do if a test page does not print.
    It does not explain that the printer believes that the cartridge you have taken out of the foil package is empty and needs replacing.
    Once setup was complete, and I had been through the cartridge align process, I proudly told my wife she was ready to go.
    Shortly after she was questioning me as to why the print quality was so poor; why every 2nd line of text was illegible; why pictures bore no resemblance to the things they were meant to depict; why brown and flesh tones came out lime green making everyone look like Martians.
    As I had no answers, I contacted Lexmark support.
    Their email response involved printing numerous test pages (to clean the cartridge heads apparently) and little else.
    As each tiny cartridge probably holds no more than a teaspoon of ink, no doubt carrying out these worthless exercises has depleted my stocks (without solving the problem).
    I imagine Lexmark will hope I return the cartridge under their return system, and spend more than I paid for the printer on new ink.
    They are mistaken.
    Tonight, I have discovered that I cannot find the receipt, but I will lug it down to the shop where I purchased it and if they refuse to refund or replace it I will leave it with them.
    In brief, poor machine (and I never even got to try the scanner) and poor support. Steer clear.
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