Conclusion: The Lexmark is simple to use. Aside from the power switch at the left rear, the only controls are job-cancel and continue buttons below a handful of helpful LEDs (including Toner Low, Load Paper, and Paper Jam) at the top right. The toner cartridge snaps into place easily -- actually, it's in place when you open the box, though you need to remove it to dispose of some packing material and then insert it again.
Pros: A fast, compact, heavy-duty monochrome laser printer, Good choice of $299 economy, $399 main, and $599 network-server models
Cons: Better for text- than graphics-intensive jobs, No automatic duplexing
Excerpt: The Lexmark E323n's squat black-and-silver case is identical to that of the E233, apart from the small model number on the front. It, too, includes a clip-on paper cover that sits at the back, protecting the back of the paper tray from collecting dust and stray objects such as paper clips that tend to fly around in an office environmant. This was one of the only two printers in our group test to include an Ethernet network port as well as a USB port.