Lexmark X1270 InkJet All-In-One Printer-a workhorse for novices
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is my second experience with Lexmark. My first Lexmark printer was a Z75. I purchased it because it was such a great price and my other printer had expired after serving my meager needs well for a long time. I worked the Z75 to death and it paid for itself over and over-I hated to see it go. I was dreading buying another printer since I didn't have a lot of money to spend.
Excerpt: Lexmark X1270 InkJet Printer: I got this as a christmas gift from my Daughter about 2 years ago. I am very satisified with this printer/ scanner . It does a great job scanning pictures and prints well also.
Excerpt: You can find a better all in one for the price. The problems don't outweigh the value. The printer works fine (and from the con above, if you flip through your paper quickly it gets the static out so it doesn't get jammed), scanner is great, and price of ink is good as well!
Lexmark X1270 All-In-One InkJet Printer is worth the $
10 December 2008
Summary: The Lexmark X1270 All-In-One InkJet Printer is worth the money. This is a good cheap All-In-One. If you are on a budget and need an All-In-One, then this one is for you. However, if you have a lot of money to spend, then you wouldn't want to waste your time or money on this because there are much better ones out there.
Excerpt: This gets the job done, and thats all you can ask. Be aware, though, that actually buying the Cartidges can be a little stressful, either because the numbers are popular (17/27, I believe) or the places that SHOULD stock them, well, dont. Typically, the packaged cartidges, colour and black together, price at around the £32 mark, which is quite expensive, but I could recommend that you get a professional refiller to do it for around £7 each, if you still have the old...
Excerpt: "After looking around for a printer for quite some time, but always managing to do without, I bought this printer on the spur of the moment. The price and range of features of the printer persuaded me to buy it. I got it home and noticed the box stated there was no USB cable, no problem I though, I've got one. I opened the box and the first thing I saw was a 3 metre long USB cable! After unwrapping, connecting it all up and installing the ink cartridges, ...
Pros: Cheap, comes with ink cartridges, comes with a USB cable .
Excerpt: "I used to own an OKI C 5400 and when it was working properly it was great. I purchased it for £800, but I did not think to ask at the time how much it would cost in consumables. That was my down fall. When you have to replace the toners AND the image drums that will cost between £500 - £550. You may as well throw it away and buy another with a years guarantee. Unfortunatly the compatiable toners have an adverse effect on the image drum, which will ...