Lexmark X4975




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By Macworld UK on 60

Lexmark’s models are invariably kitted out with the very latest features and facilities and this X4975 multifunction inkjet printer is no exception. It’s over a year now since Lexmark decreed that all of its future printers and MFDs would...

By Expert Reviews on 40

The X4975 is the latest addition to Lexmarks Professional inkjet MFP range, aimed primarily at home and small office workers. Its expensive but has lots of features, including a memory card reader, automatic duplexer, automatic document feeder...

By PC Advisor on 60

The Lexmark X4975 is packed with features, but it struggles to convert these into anything other than average performance and decent image quality. Given the (these days) rather high £120 price tag, that’s not enough for us to be able to...

By AsiaOne on

Unlike most inkjet AIOs, you can connect this to a network and share the X4975 with your colleagues in the office...

By HardwareGeeks on

According to the Chinese 2008 has been the year of the Rat, but for me 2008 has been the year of the Wi-Fi All in One Printer. HP, Epson and Lexmark have all put their best foot forward and each has delivered a great all in one. Today we bring you a...

By PrinterComparison on

The Lexmark X4975 Professional offered a wide range of features that were helpful in an office environment. With wireless printing and scanning, it is no problem for many users around the office to print documents or scan items and have it transmitted...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Wires arent all its lacking. Good specification, but pricey, and printing is disappointing all round. The X4975 has some impressive features, including wireless printing, automatic document feeder, built-in duplexer, LCD screen and memory card...