Summary: I got one from HSN for $9.97. It is cheap. But even at that price, I don't think it is worth to buy. Compare to my i470D, it is much slower and quality is poor too. For stand quality, it takes about 2 and half minutes. For high quality, it takes around 7 minutes.
Summary: Lexmark really tried -- they included the USB cord instead of shorting you, they included two standard ink cartridges (one black, one color) instead of giving you half-filled cartridges, and they priced it right. Then they built it wrong.
Summary: I first want to clarify the quality star rating of 4 I gave to the P707. For value at this price point, this baby gets 5 stars, hands down. For print quality, maybe 3.5 stars. But let's keep it all in context - if you want the best quality print, you know you're going to have to shell out more than...
Summary: I just got this printer several hours ago. It is really fantastic. The softwares are powerful(but I have to install their soft to run the printer, so not 5), the connection is easy and the card reader is really convinent. Compared with my past printer, it is smaller, lighter and more user-friendly.
Summary: I hardly ever write reviews but the other reviews for this product are really off the mark. The p707 it is a decent looking printer but the prints are relatively poor. I took an image of my newborn with an exceedingly high quality digital camera and printed a 4X6 at the highest quality on premium...
Summary: I have been down the road with a lot of Lexmark printers. They are easy to install, within minute they go from box to printing. However, this one is the best values money wise, yet gives you really superior print quality. It prints crisp, sharp letter quality pages at a good speed.
Summary: One of the best photo printers i own. This one prints quality pictures, really fast and very quiet. When I say best, i am comparing with other photo printers of the same price range. The software is not that user friendly but includes all the features necessary to make a good print.