Excerpt: Lexmark's Intepret S405 is an ugly, grey boxy-looking MFP, but it has plenty of features considering the low price. It can connect via both Wi-Fi and USB, has a memory card reader and there's a PictBridge port for scanning to and printing from a USB flash drive. The MFP uses individual ink cartridges and a replaceable print head, although the lack of integrated print heads doesn't seem to have done much to keep down the cost of ink.
Summary: Rather than identify its new All-in-One purely by a model number, Lexmark has taken the decision to bestow on each model a specific name. As part of this policy, the models making up the company’s 2009 Home Office series have been named Interact, Intuition, Interpret and Impact.