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.
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.
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.
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..
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).
Summary: I bought this model for the duplexing capability. It is simply wonderful. Fast, very high quality prints. It makes 75 duplexed prints in just a couple of minutes. Plug and play, cartridges are anywhere from $60-$90, depending on where you find them. It makes waiting on an inkjet seem silly.