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Lexmark E120N Mono Laser (Networkable) £46.99 + P&P @ Misco

£46.99 @ Misco
Sorry not very good at posting deals, but here goes. Lexmark E120N laser printer with Network printing support. Seems to be £65 - 70 on most sites. Only comes with a 500page starter toner, lexmar…
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Sorry not very good at posting deals, but here goes.
Lexmark E120N laser printer with Network printing support.
Seems to be £65 - 70 on most sites.

Only comes with a 500page starter toner, lexmark toner isnt the cheapest around but there's remanufactured toners available for around £30, I've seen inkright ones listed for £20- £25 + p&p but not many places seem to have them in stock.

I've not seen a network enabled Laser this cheap elsewhere so thought it might be worth posting.

Spec's below

rint Technology Laser, Monochrome
UNSPSC Code 43.21.21.05
Supplies: Functions only with replacement cartridges designed for use in Europe, the Middle East and Africa .
Print Speed (A4 mono): Up to 19 ppm
Print Speed (Letter mono): Up to 20 ppm
Time to First Page (Black) As fast as 8 seconds
Print Resolution, Black 1200 Image Quality
600 x 600 dpi
Processor 183 MHz
Memory, standard 16 MB
Memory network model, maximum 16 MB
Expandable Memory Options No
Apple Macintosh Operating Systems Supported Apple Mac OS X
Citrix MetaFrame Citrix, MetaFrame and MetaFrame XP are registered trademarks or trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame XP Presentation Server or Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0.
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 running Terminal Server with Citrix MetaFrame XP Presentation Server or Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services with Citrix Presentation Server 4.0
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 running Terminal Server with Citrix Presentation Server 4.0
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems Supported Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows Me
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows 98 2nd Edition
Microsoft Windows XP x64
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 running Terminal Server
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition running Terminal Services
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows Vista x64
Paper Handling (Standard) 150-Sheet Input Tray
50-Sheet Output Bin
15-Sheet Priority Feeder
Paper Input Capacity (Standard) 150 + 15 pages at 80 gsm bond
Paper Input Capacity (Maximum) 150 + 15 pages at 80 gsm bond
Paper Output Capacity (Standard) 50 pages at 80 gsm bond
Envelope Capacity Up to 5
Finishing Option? No
Number of Paper Inputs, Maximum 2
Media Types Supported Card Stock
Envelopes
Paper Labels
Plain Paper
Transparencies
Refer to the Card Stock & Label Guide
Media Sizes Supported 10 Envelope
7 3/4 Envelope
9 Envelope
A4
A5
B5 Envelope
C5 Envelope
DL Envelope
A6 Card
Executive
Folio
JIS-B5
Legal
Letter
Statement
Supplies Yield *Average standard page yield value declared in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752
2,000*-page Toner Cartridge
Ships with 500*-page Starter Return Program Toner Cartridge
25,000-page Photoconductor Kit
Standard Ports Fast Ethernet
USB Compatible with USB 2.0 Specification
Optional Network Ports Lexmark N4050e 802.11g Wireless Print Server (Print Only)
External MarkNet N7020e Gigabit Ethernet
Network Printing Methods LPR/LPD
Direct IP (Port 9100)
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol)
HTTP
Enhanced IP (Port 9400)
FTP, TFTP
Network Protocol Support TCP/IP IPv4
Fonts and Symbol Sets 3 of 9 scalable PCL 5e fonts in Narrow, Regular and Wide
12 scalable PCL fonts
12 scalable PostScript fonts (for Apple Mac only)
2 PCL bitmap fonts
OCR-A, OCR-B scalable PCL 5e fonts
For more information, refer to the Technical Reference.
Printable Area 0.158 inches of the top, bottom, right and left edges (within)
Printer Languages (Standard) PCL 5e Emulation
PCL 6 Emulation
Packaged Size (mm - H x W x D) 325 x 485 x 292 mm
Size (mm - H x W x D) 250 x 388 x 370 (A4) mm
Noise Level, Idle 26 dBA
Noise Level, Operating 49 dBA
Product Guarantee One year Return to base, 5-7 Business Days Response time.
Product Certifications Energy Star, FCC Class B, UL 60950-1, U.S. FDA, IEC 60320-1, CSA 60950-1-03, ICES Class B, CE Class B, CB IEC 60950-1, IEC 60825-1, GS (T?), SEMKO, UL AR, CS, T? Rh, N Mark, ACA C-tick Class B, CCC Class B, BSMI Class B, VCCI Class B, MIC, EK Mark, PSB
Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle: Up to 10000 pages per month
Recommended Monthly Page Volume 250 - 2000 Pages
Specified Operating Environment Temperature: 16 to 32°C (60 to 90°F)
Altitude: 0 - 2500 Meters (8,200 Feet)
Humidity: 8 to 80% Relative Humidity for Temperatures less than 25.5°C (78°F)
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#1
anyone got a link for a toner for one of these? ive got one and its toner is due to be renewed fairly soon
#2
Try Google E120N toner then pressing the Shopping link

No idea about the realiablity of most the sites though.

Lambda-tek i've used before but they don't have the cheaper inkright ones in stock also be carefull of their page that redirects to other merchants if they don't have stock since it finds the wrong toner :roll:
#3
Optional Network Ports Lexmark N4050e 802.11g Wireless Print Server (Print Only)


Wireless is extra :(

Network bridge it is
#4
dc2447
Wireless is extra :(

Network bridge it is


Bah don't need Lexmarks wireless, if its hard-wired to your wireless router it will be able to be printed to from wireless :whistling:
#5
dragon2611
Bah don't need Lexmarks wireless, if its hard-wired to your wireless router it will be able to be printed to from wireless :whistling:


I don't want to keep a printer near the router
#6
dc2447
I don't want to keep a printer near the router


Fair enough.

Wireless would be nice but I'm not sure many lasers have it?
#7
dnc
anyone got a link for a toner for one of these? ive got one and its toner is due to be renewed fairly soon


Its very easy to refill. :)

Try Consumable Cafe.
#8
dragon2611
Fair enough.

Wireless would be nice but I'm not sure many lasers have it?

I have a wireless bridge that will work with this, cost £10 from staples
#9
I don't know aboutt this one.
#10
Got it today,

So far got Vista X64 on my desktop and Vista 32 on my houstmates desktop to print to it no trouble, Vista had a driver but I decided to put lexmarks on (doesnt make much difference i don't think)

Told my router to assign it the same IP everytime it sees it on the network to make things a lot easier.

OSX on my macbook found it via Bonjour I used the driver from the lexmark site no idea if I really needed it or not since OSX then found a newer driver though software update apperently.

Not tried the XP machines yet hopefully they will be just as easy.

Print quality looks fine so for me I think it was quite a good deal not sure why others disagree :?
Laser printers for this price point aren't that uncommon but how many of them have an inbuilt print server :?
banned#11
dragon2611;2680055
Print quality looks fine so for me I think it was quite a good deal not sure why others disagree :?

Probably as you will need to buy a new expensive cartridge soon, and its a lexmark! :thumbsup:
#12
I think the Lexmark name puts people off....

While Lexmark Inkjets are dire their Laser Printers are actually quite good. The reviews on this model are favourable and that was when it was over £100.

If you print text mainly and in a reasonable volume then a laser makes sense.

Yes toners do cost more than inkjet cartridges but you get an awful lot more prints out of them. The cost per sheet is much less. On this printer the toner cartridge is rated at 2,000 pages, although the one in the box is only 500 but I normally find you get a bit more than they say.

Another factor is that laser printers are much better built than most inkjets, primarily due to the higher duty cycle. (typically 10,000 pages per month).

+ Network Capable out of the box.
Many cheap laser printers cannot be added simply attached to a network print server box. Some network print servers say they can do GDI printing (e.g. HP ) but it's a case suck it and see. If you have a cheap Canon Laser try searching for "CAPT Print Server" and see the ridiculous cost.

Network capability is useful in the home. It makes it much easier to share the printing with other house members.

+ Toner can be refilled
But make sure you get a kit with the replacement chip.... It's a remove plug, fill and replace chip.

+ Incentive to recycling
If you don't want to go down the route of copy / refilled cartridges Lexmark do a scheme where they will replace the toner at a lower price. I think it's about £42-50 depending on the reseller you go through.

Without going through the recycle scheme a genuine toner is about £60.

- Drum separate to toner
This brings the price of the toner down but the drum needs replacing every 25,000 prints. Luckily they are only about £30.

I used to have a Brother HL 1250 laser printer. very good but it's drum lasted about 15,000-20,000 pages but it was about £100+ to replace. Definitely not economic.

- Small starter cartridge.
Only rated at 500 sheets. Normally a starter cartridge is half the normal capacity but this one is a quarter.

I am seriously considering this model for home. SWIMBO is a teacher and prints off rainforests to keep her school bills down and then she wonders why her ink cartridges don't last....
Also we are planning on using it to print the text for the order of service, invitations etc for you wedding.

Competition:
Samsung have replaced their bottom of the range with the ML-2210 which has no refill solution at the moment. (but I am sure it will come).

HP P1005. Smaller and smaller toner (1,500 sheets). Refillable using melt and pour method + chip. Needs a GDI capable network print server (Edimax do one but the offiicial compatibility list is small)

Canon LBP2900i. Uses older HP toner. Refillable via melt and pour. Needs a very expensive CAPT capable print server for networking.

Brother - Reviews (user and magazines) mention paper curling. user reviews mention that feed problems occur after about 1 year's use.

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