Summary: Haven't even had it a year and a half and have had to replace the printer head. It's slow and noisy and turns on and off by itself in the middle of the night, if the internet accidently disconnects. Noisy! Will never buy another Lexmark
Summary: I have really liked Lexmark printers I have owned in the past. The Genesis model, however, has not met my expectations in any way. If I don't print things every day, the printer heads require multiple deep-cleanings. Ink levels show adequate amounts of ink, but print every color as pink anyway.
Summary: Got it as an X-mas present, so cost (to me) was negligible. I know the cost was $129 from Target; I'd be killing mad to find out anyone I knew dropped $300+ on this. As is, just disappointed. But disappointed enough to write my first ever product review.
Summary: The only reason that I didn't give it a one star rating is because it does actually print. Aside from that then the wireless will never connect which is very aggravating. The only way I can get the wireless to work is by restarting it and that doesn't always work either.
Summary: I bought this printer and at first it was great. Then the color started getting strange on photo's, then the printer kept getting in a lock up mode. I had to call service over 4 times to get help. You had to keep restarting it from default mode.
Cheap, fast, but poor quality scans and buggy software
25 November 2011
Summary: I bought this all-in-one for the scanner function only. I do not print with it. The scanner is fast and the touch screen is easy to use. It was inexpensive. My need for this machine was for scanning fragile paper that cannot go through a sheet-fed scanner (otherwise I would just use my trusty...