Excerpt: The market for budget printers is hot with all major inkjet manufacturers bringing in some pretty good printers at unbelievable prices. Lexmark has had some success itself in the budget category, and just recently, they launched 2 new budget printers into the Indian market to further their presence. Does the budget tag affect their performance as well? Lets find out, starting with the Lexmark Z645.
Excerpt: Lexmark's Z645 is one of the cheapest inkjets around. We've seen it on sale for as little as £32, but it cost £39 including VAT as we went to press. Like the PIXMA iP1700, it uses two ink cartridges, each with its own print head. The Z645 is one of the smallest inkjet printers we've reviewed. It's smaller than the PIXMA iP1300 and iP1700, but it has a full-size output tray. Though this feels flexible, it kept the printed pages tidy up until around 20 sheets.