Summary: To replace my old Lexmark E250d, because i stock up some toner and Photoconductor Kit. Try to use up all the stuffs in stock, that is why i brought this used E250d to replace my exciting one that I have.
Summary: It's just a great laser printer - I've had it a while, and no paper jams, feed issues. One minuscule issue I have is manually feeding envelopes and getting it in the right position, sometimes it seems like it's backwards to the word processor print setup. Other than that, it does it's job flawlessly.
Summary: This unit has replaced a Lexmark T610. We print about 1,000 pages a week on 2 different types of paper stock. For the price it is a great little work-horse. I have 3 more big Lexmarks to replace and will buy this model from Amazon again. As for Toner cartridges, we will use remanufactured (not just refilled) and this cuts problems to almost nothing. Cable is not included, but the old parallel one I had worked perfectly.
Summary: I also have the E250dn (network attach model) and use it to print about 150 pages per month. I have had only two paper jams in that time (both my fault for not carefully stacking the paper) and they were easy to clear. Print quality is quite good. My chief complaint is that the cartridges are priced sky-high ($100+) and non-Lexmark branded "compatible" cartridges may not work due to the electronic chip-matching circuits required in the cartridge.
Summary: This is by far the best printer I've ever owned. I'm a middle-school teacher, and I use this printer in my classroom to run off handouts, instructions, and/or worksheets for over 120 students pretty much every day, and I've never had any problems with it. It's lightning-fast and looks really nice on my desk, too. My favorite feature, though, is the automatic duplexing for two-sided printing, which helps me save a lot of paper.
Summary: i bought this to replace a lexmark e232 which quit after two years.. and then i learned that the e232 paper feed roller was substandard. while this printer is fine right now, who knows what will happen in 2 year? i found out later that folks on ebay sell repair kits for these printers.. so no doubt that will be an option two years from now.
Summary: I also bought this printer for it's true duplexing capability. For it's price (very reasonable compared to other duplexing printers) I wasn't expecting great performance. But I have been delighted. It is very fast. Easy to feed single sheets (including small sizes like index cards). And I have only had problems jamming with one particular document (consistently with that document probably because of a software issue with that document).
Summary: Absolute rubbish. Jams constantly. Jams every 3 to 4 days. Has not fixable jams every 2 weeks. Jams in inaccessible parts of the paper path, requiring it to be sent back to the supplier. We use this at work in a vertical market health application and have had to get a second back up printer to use when this is back being repaired during its regular outages. This in in a low intensity application that generates around 150 A4 pages a day.