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Lexmark Interact S605

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Overall 6

Lexmark S605 all-in-one printer

22 April 2010
  • Excerpt: The Good Fast, good quality prints. Simple Wi-Fi printer sharing. Individual ink tanks. Long three-year warranty. The Bad Shoddy touchscreen. No extra software. Load tray in the back. feature set and hardware Beyond the rudimentary paper trays and ink nozzles, there are a host of features on the S605. It's hard to ignore: it has Wi-Fi for network sharing, a very bright 4.3-inch touchscreen LCD , PictBridge straight-from-the-camera printing, and a memory card reader.
  • Pros: Fast, good quality prints., Simple Wi-Fi printer sharing., Individual ink tanks., Long three-year warranty.
  • Cons: Shoddy touchscreen., No extra software., Load tray in the back.
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Overall 7

An inkjet multifunction printer with Lexmark's SmartSolutions widgets

Good Gear Guide.au
9 August 2010
  • Summary: The Lexmark Interact S605 provides plenty of high-tech features like a touch-sensitive control panel, 802.11n Wi-Fi and Web-enabled widgets. However, expensive consumables and poor colour print quality dampen this printer’s appeal.
  • Pros: 802.11n Wi-Fi, touch-sensitive control panel, SmartSolutions Web-enabled widgets, prints documents from USB flash drives
  • Cons: Expensive consumables, no automatic document feeder, poor colour print quality
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Overall 6

Lexmark Interact S605 review

PC Advisor
7 August 2010
  • Summary: The Lexmark Interact S605 colour inkjet multifunction printer avoids being just another £100 printer/scanner/copier by including a 4.3in colour LCD touchscreen for its control panel (think iPod touch or iPhone).
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Overall 6

Lexmark Interact S605 review

13 November 2009
  • Excerpt: The Interact S605 is a great example of the improvements Lexmark has made to its MFPs. Ink cartridges with integrated print heads have been replaced by separate print heads and ink tanks. More visibly, it's bursting with features, including an automatic duplexer, wireless networking and a huge 4.3in touchscreen.
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