Summary: Works great. Did not realize it does not copy until I spent an hour trying to figure how to copy. It runs out of ink with no low ink warning so you have to have another cartridge available . But it does print multiple pages very quickly and with great quality. The wifi works great as we have 3 computers in our office. Price was reasonable as I have grown to expect from Amazon.
Summary: I will never buy another Lexmark printer. It is noisy and when it jams, set aside an hour or two to figure it out. Glad to hear that Lexmark got out of the ink jet business. They ought to exit the laser business as well.
Summary: Our family prints moderate amount of pages: homework and some web pages. It wakes up very quickly, prints fast. The images are sharp. But it does jam from time to time. We are using jam free paper, it helps somewhat. The most down side is its toner cost. Out old HP network printer used a toner cartridge once a year or less (10,000 stated capacity for $130); But now the Lexmark 260DN uses more than 4 cartridges a year (stated 3500 pages for $139 including tax).
Summary: This printer is easy to set up and produces good quality print. I haven't had the other reviewers' problems with the manual feed of envelopes, and the Lexmark handles automatic paper feed with ease. One thing I don't like about it is that the on-off switch is in back rather than on the side. Given my computer set-up, this means an awkward stretch for me every time I turn the printer on or off.
Summary: I don't actually own this printer so please ignore the rating. I'm looking to _buy_ a printer and am simply bemused by the "Pantone color correction" option in the description for a black and white printer. It's a little bit funny, and I know I shouldn't complain about misspellings, but it's also marked as a "netwrokable" printer ... so, these are small points (and I'm probably being pedantic), but doesn't it point to a slightly more serious question?