Summary: The Lexmark X9350 is a decent choice for the budget-minded small-office user who needs an all-in-one printer packed with features and can live without top-notch print speeds and print quality.
Pros: Built-in ADF and duplexer; built-in media card reader and PictBridge port; expandable paper handling; built-in wired and wireless networking; impressive scan quality.
Cons: Pokey task speeds; print quality needs improvement; limited feature set when printing photos sans PC; experienced problems with paper alignment when using the manual feed slot.
Conclusion: Switching to inkjet paper brought another step up in quality, although we were dismayed that the X9350's normal-mode output still didn't stand up to that of several inkjets we've tried before. Our sample documents printed at roughly the same speed they had on copier paper, but while text was darker and sharper there were still a handful of minute artifacts or skips if we looked closely.
Summary: If you want a machine that can do it all, and also one that offers plenty of convenience, the X9350 can't be overlooked. It's very well priced and would suit either a home environment or a small office.
Pros: Automatic duplexing, built in 802.11g wireless networking
Cons: Photo prints lack definition, text output slightly muddy
Excerpt: Last month we saw Lexmark's first wireless inkjet printer - an attempt to bring the technology to the masses at a very low price - but this MFP is a far more serious proposition. The X9350 has the same wireless capability as the Z1420 but puts it in a top-end, sturdy multifunction device, with a superior print engine and EverColor 2 inks.
Excerpt: We had high hopes for Lexmark's latest inkjet all-in-one, the X9350. Having been impressed with the X5470 at the end of last year, we fully expected to be equally impressed with its feature-packed sibling. The X9350 is a scanner, fax machine, printer and copier in one elegant silver and white box. First impressions are excellent.
Summary: Lexmarks X9350 bietet für unter 300 Euro Drucker, Kopierer, Scanner und Fax in einem Gerät. Als Sahnehäubchen gibt es noch eine Duplex-Einheit, eine automatische Dokumentenzufuhr und WiFi-Kompatibilität.