Excerpt: Although Lexmark's P350 inkjet photo printer is no longer in production, it's still available to buy. It takes a standard Lexmark colour cartridge and photo paper, so getting replacement consumables shouldn't be a problem. A high-yield Lexmark #43 cartridge should be enough for 100 6x4in prints, but at a steep cost of around 26p per photo. A #45 ink and photo paper pack is also available, which is better value at around 20p per photo.
Excerpt: The P350 is Lexmark's third small-format photo printer, but it's the first that can actually be connected to a Mac to make prints. Omitting the USB port from the P315 and P450 made them less appealing to owners of Macs and PCs alike, so we were interested to see if a full complement of ports on the P350 make it a better printer. We've criticised the design and build quality of some Lexmark inkjets, but there's little doubt that recent models are an improvement.