Lexmark Genesis S815

  • Lexmark Genesis S815
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Based on 35 scores, 50 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    17
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    6


Expert reviews and ratings

By Business Computing World on 80

Lexmark’s Genesis S815 (£299.69) certainly leads the way with flair. Unlike any other AIO (all-in-one), this 4-in-1 inkjet device sports a fantastically attractive vertical design that captivates the eyeballs. Full of fresh ideas, this colour...

By Expert Reviews on 60

One of the best MFP interfaces, but scan and print quality is too poor to justify the price...

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 85

We’ve to applaud Lexmark for printing something new to this boring table of AIO printers. The Genesis S815 has essentially ditched the CIS scanning technology used in all AIOs these days, and opted for a lens-and-sensor system, a la a digital...

By APC Magazine on 70

Two features distinguish the Genesis S815 all-in-one from Lexmark. Most obviously, the scan bed is almost vertical. Less noticeable is the use of a camera-style sensor. Advantages are practically instant previews, very rapid scans, silent operation, a...

By TechRadar on 80

This new Lexmark multifunction device (MFD) is full of fresh ideas. A printer, scanner and photocopier with USB or Wi-Fi 'n' connectivity and colour fax support.The Genesis' optical image capture is based on Lexmark's new Flash Scan...

By GadgetSpeak on 88

This is a completely different shape for a Multi Function unit. It is Multi Function as not only does it print, scan and copy but should you still need the facility it can also be used as a Fax machine. The shape is higher rather than...

By itreviews.com on

Lexmark's Genesis S815's styling should attract a few appreciative glances - and it backs up its smooth lines with excellent quality results, albeit delivered at rather slow speeds. This is a lot to pay for a colour all-in-one, though - and...

By FutureLooks on 80

To be perfectly honest, I haven’t exactly had the best of experiences with Lexmark products in the past. Many years back, I went through two less than stellar Lexmark printers. I was unhappy with the print quality, print speed, and overall build...

By Computeractive on 40

A clever device, with good scan quality but substandard printing – and far too expensive...

By Canadian Reviewer on

By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaLexmark's new Genesis all-in-one wireless printer features a unique monolithic design that integrates a scanner, a fax, a colour inkjet printer and copier in a smart, standalone device. With impressive features like 3 second...

By Pocket-lint on 70

The S815 certainly looks the part, but for the price we were still expecting better all-round performance...

By T3 Magazine on 80

Lexmark’s new Genesis S815 multifunction printer, scanner, fax and photocopier offers several unique features. Instead of a traditional flatbed scanner, the Genesis uses Lexmark’s Flash Scan technology, with the image photographed by a...

By What Digital Camera on

There's plenty to be said for the benefits of speed, especially in the current age of millisecond reductions to the likes of camera start up and autofocus times. All-in-one printers are rarely particularly rapid, instead offering sharpness and high...

By theregister.co.uk on 80

Given its speed and versatility, I'm tempted to score this higher, but the professional office price for a (very nice) home office machine is the downer. If you get a move on, however, the Genesis S815 is included among the printers eligible for...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Every so often, somebody rethinks the design of the all-in-one printer. The last time was when Canon set the control panel in the middle of the scanner lid and that has evolved into a touch-panel on some of the latest models. Lexmark has been...

By TechSmart.co.za on

Printers and all-in-one (AIO) devices aren’t normally the ones getting the tech party started here in our offices. Enter Lexmark’s GENESIS S815 which looks set to change these devices’ usual dull tag. Design One of its greatest...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Lexmark Genesis S815 is an attractive machine: a singular look, a large, very intuitive touch screen and a catalogue of connected applications (Internet). It also gives good quality and speeds. It won't be within everyone's budget but cost...

By PC Pro on 67

It's expensive, but the near-instant scans and the sheer invention on show make it difficult to...

By Good Gear Guide on 65

The Lexmark Genesis is a multifunction inkjet printer that seems to be more focused on scanning and Web applications than document printing. Its scan quality is good and the design is novel, but we don't like the paper input location and the...

By PrinterComparison on 60

I found the Lexmark Genesis to be an easy to use, quality all-in-one printer. It offers all the business features needed in a small office, home office environment including decent print speeds, built-in networking, automatic duplexing, a front side...