Summary: The Lexmark X4550 offers what most all-in-ones in this price range don't: wireless networking. Casual home users who value network-readiness will love that feature, but users who want better print quality will be happier with a different machine.
Pros: Built-in wireless networking; speedy text prints; onboard memory card slots and PictBridge port; good color scans.
Cons: Text, graphics, and photo printing need improvement; very slow 4x6 photo prints.
Summary: This AIO (all in one) product also has the ability to be totally hidden, not that it is ugly but ladies often decree no printers in the lounge so this can live in a cupboard somewhere without any wires trailing from the PC as it is wireless .
Summary: The Lexmark X4550 isn't the cheapest printing device to offer Wi-Fi capabilities (that accolade goes to the juicily priced £60 Lexmark Z1420 inkjet), but it still weighs in at a sub-£100 price that, particularly in light of its scanning capabilities, ought to draw murmurs of approval.