Lexmark Pro915



Lexmark Pro915

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Those running costs might be acceptable if the initial purchase price of the Pro915 were a bit lower – that’s the trade-off that Brother makes with its low-cost MFC-J430W. But affordable mono printing is only half of the story, and Lexmark needs to do...

By PC Advisor on

The Lexmark Pro915 promises a lot but ultimately let us down when it came to the quality of printed output.Related Tags: buying advice, lexmark, macworld, macworld australia, printer, Pro915, review Be Sociable, Share! Print this article Comments...

By Macworld Australia on

Although it only differs by a notional ‘14' from the Pinnacle Pro 901 , Lexmark's Pro915 is more than a cosmetic change to the company's near top of the range inkjet all-in-one. It uses a new version of the Vizix print engine and has facilities to print...

By Trusted Reviews on

The Pro915 has lost some of the advantages of the Pro901: it now has a 1 year rather than a 5 year guarantee and the cheap format cartridge has been phased out. As a result, although it’s very well equipped and gives better quality prints, it lets...

By DigitalVersus on

There has always been a sizeable gap between inkjet and laser printers in terms of both speed and quality. Laser printers were always faster and inkjets always had superior print quality. While we've been able to depend on these age-old truisms for a...

By uk.hardware.info on