Summary: This printer is an excellent value for the price, it never stops working, it is ridiculously easy to set up, and it is fast as all hell. This printer will basically start shooting out paper as soon as you tell the computer to print.
Summary: I am currently using a Lexmark E120n and a Lexmark E260d on our network. Both printers run flawlessly. Our network is running 4 PCs and a laptop with Windows XP OS and my server is a Linux based server.
Summary: Can't believe the score for this machine was dropped under 50% because one or more people (who knows if it's the same guy with an agenda) repeatedly - INCORRECTLY - stated you can't print envelopes on a MAC with this thing. There should be 'tard weighted scores' and 'people with a clue' scores.
A fine printer - that does print Envelopes on a Mac!
Alex Patterson, Amazon
9 February 2011
Summary: I had a Lexmark E232 for 6 or so years and it was a great, reliable printer for my modest home office needs. I wanted higher resolution with duplex and so, given my experience with the previous Lexmark, it was natural to upgrade to the E260d.
Summary: All in all a quality printer which is worth what is cost.
Pros: Very fast! Regular printing is 2 seconds per page while duplex printing is 5 seconds per page. Small footprint sits just fine on the desk. Noise is perfectly fine. Durably built. Separate toner and photo drum making each replaceable separately. Other printers have the photo drum as part of the to...
Cons: Toner is a little on the expensive side but if you shop around toner can be found for under $100. Newegg has the toner for just under $90. But to be fair, the toner is rated at 3500 copies @ 5%.
Summary: Initial thought was that toner was overly expensive, but another reviewer in here (see other reviews) did the math saying it itsn't so, so I'll believe him. I've tried many monochrome printers over the past 10 years, this is one of my favorites so far.
Pros: Great price, super quick printing, quality prints, very quiet. Duplex printing is a nice addition at this price.
Cons: Manual feed would be better if I could insert more than one sheet at a time. I realize that for many applications, one copy would be fine, but I need to, in some cases, put 5-10 sheets in. Other printers allow this, this one does not.
Summary: I bought the Lexmark E260d as what looked like the best overall value to replace an HP Laserjet 1200 that failed after years of service. Printing regular bond from the paper tray worked perfectly.