Summary: I very rarely leave bad reviews or any reviews but this printer is the printer from hec. Between print spool issues and bad cartridges (yes I buy Lexmark not gray market) and paper jams and on it goes - this printer is going to be donated because I have a stock of cartridges and for someone who can buy it for 15 bucks maybe it will be worth the headaches. I will NOT buy another Lexmark. I will buy an Epson that both my son's have for 1/3 the price and be happy again.
Pros: The only good thing is the cheap per sheet costs.
Cons: Its large, slow, setup is easy as far as wired, but the wireless feature never seems to work, will print but not scan, touch screen locks up most of the time, auto feeder worked for first week or so, then feeds crooked every time.
Summary: Did not see that I was purchasing a reconditioned machine. Lexmark not making them any more. However, my previous machine was wonderful and I had a lot of new ink, so I got this one, it was defective, and Lexmark sent me a replacement that so far seems like the new machine I purchased almost 4 years ago. I will reluctantly purchase future machines next time from a manufacturer that is still making new machines.
Cons: ~claims of cheap ink are not true ~Ink is poor quality and cartridges are unreliable ~the printer knows when you are on deadline and will stop working when you need it most ~I sprung for the extra tray, it doesn't work ~It's consistently unreliable
Summary: When the printer worked, it generally worked well. But over the course of two years, I went through three printheads. Print quality was pretty good when it was working, though somewhat slow compared to printers introduced in 2013. The wireless features were sporadic, especially in a multi-computer household with a mix of PC's and MAC's. Generally we could only get one computer at a time to print wirelessly, and the rest had to be hooked up via USB.