Lexmark all in one, x6650 - NOT worth the money I paid for it
9 September 2012
Excerpt: What a complete waste of money. I have wireless set up between one pc and 2 laptops. Before only the pc could print so we thought this was a great thing. After setting it up, several items became problems. The wireless works on all 3 for printing, though the actual pc I first hooked it up to can no longer print grocery coupons like before, using either the lexmark toolbar or the regular 'file, print' option. I have to use one of the laptops for that. Also, we can't...
Excerpt: We purchased this printer when our very expensive Hewlitt Packard Printer broke. It was on sale for a good price and the employee raved about it so we figured we'd try it out. My overall feeling on it can be summed up in one word.. "Ehh". It's not so much that it's a bad printer but there's some issues with it. For starters, it's quite bulky.
Summary: Within a couple of months the wireless connection stopped working. Within a year, it stopped being able to download the software list that enables it to scan files to the computer. Beyond this, their ink cartridge policies are completely absurd. I highly suggest finding an ink refill business in your neighborhood and buying refillable cartridges from them.
Summary: I got this unit because of the price and I was tired of replacing my HP printer every two years. Well here I am replacing my printer in less the a year. The ink issue is a joke, as you may have read in other reports. I tried the replacement inks, DO NOT WORK. Dispite what they say, replacement ink will not work. Have to buy new ink or go through the Lexmark return. Whick is also a joke. You have to request a return package before you can mail it in.
Don't buy if you're doing fliers or anything requiring custom formatting
Nenah Sylver, Amazon
22 November 2010
Summary: Lexmark has a great reputation. The installation is smooth (you see instructions in the printer itself as well as on the computer screen), cartridges are easy to install, the display is clear and sophisticated, and the scanning and copying are both easy. So what's the problem? It's CHEAP, that's what. And I don't just mean inexpensive.
If you don't care about all the features, it's average.
M. Handa, Amazon
24 April 2010
Summary: I bought this little all-in-one at Fry's electronics. Pro's: Setting up the product is easy. Its an all in one- scanner, fax, copier, and printer. Cons: It needs to have the software installed every time I want to connect to it wirelessly(one of the features i was looking for). This is terribly inconvenient. More so than if it was only a wired product because you expect the function to work.
Summary: EDIT: Update with this "printer". This thing died recently and being out of warranty, it would've cost more to fix than to replace. The ink dried out twice on me and that was only within a two week span of time! The wireless network was stable for about three months, and after that, horrible. Customer support was bad too. I had been without a printer since April of this year and finally just got a cheaper one that cost less to get ink as well.