Lexmark C3326dw A4 Colour Laser Printer £79 with code @ Printerland
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Lexmark C3326dw A4 Colour Laser Printer £79 with code @ Printerland

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Posted 9th Nov
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Lexmark C3326dw in More Detail Compact, durable and highly portable, the Lexmark C3326dw offers professional-grade results wherever and whenever you need. With its long-life cartridges and energy-saving technology, the C3326dw means you have to invest less in your printing - whether at home or at the office.

High yield, low maintenanceDesigned for productivity, the C3326dw makes use of Lexmark's unique Unison toner technology - meaning higher image quality, better component efficiency and much lower costs per page compared to competing brands. With the ability to print up to 2,500 colour pages per cartridge* and up to 24 pages per minute, the C3326dw delivers rich blacks and vibrant hues with minimal downtime, great efficiency and consistently high-grade results.

Combined with long-life components and a 4-year warranty, the C3326dw is perfect for anyone looking for high-end, long-term printing at an affordable price.

Eco-friendlyWith a number of green features, the C3326dw isn't just sustainable for your wallet. Its built-in energy-saving mode automatically puts the printer in a low-power state when not used, meaning it's ready and waiting for the next job at a moment's notice. It is also ENERGY STAR®-certified and comes with double-sided printing to reduce paper consumption.

Off the grid, the C3326dw also helps cut down on plastic waste: according to an independent study, Lexmark's Unison cartridges were 46% smaller than our largest competitor. Even when it comes time for replacement, C3326dw cartridges are covered by Lexmark's Cartridge Collection Program in over 60 countries.

Connected and readyWhatever device you're on, the Lexmark C3326dw is ready. With built-in ethernet and wireless connectivity, it's easy to output no matter the platform. Fully network-ready, the C3326dw utilises Lexmark's comprehensive product, ensuring your data is always protected.
  • includes a set of starter cartridges, which are good for up to 750 pages black @ 5% coverage and up to 500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.

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Includes free Bluetooth speaker too, it appears......
And £90 for each toner cartridge
rav4cas09/11/2019 16:54

And £90 for each toner cartridge


Can always buy 3rd party for much cheaper. Will be more economical than ink printers anyway.
It doesn’t come with a full size cartridge and doesn’t have a scanner.
DownUGo09/11/2019 17:10

Can always buy 3rd party for much cheaper. Will be more economical than …Can always buy 3rd party for much cheaper. Will be more economical than ink printers anyway.


can't see any cheap ones on Ebay
Lexmark - some of the most expensive toners on the planet... even non-branded ones
cjhilton4909/11/2019 18:14

can't see any cheap ones on Ebay


Haven't researched this exact model, but when I got a lazer printer I just took the toner cartridge number code, stuck it on amazon and found £10 per black cartridge. Yellow yeti was the brand.
Edited by: "DownUGo" 9th Nov
DownUGo09/11/2019 23:26

Haven't researched this exact model, but when I got a lazer printer I just …Haven't researched this exact model, but when I got a lazer printer I just took the toner cartridge number code, stuck it on amazon and found £10 per black cartridge. Yellow yeti was the brand.


Good idea,I was lucky a few years back buying a Dell Colour lazer printer,from a HUKD posting,a full set of 4 toners still only cost £20,not that the originals have run out yet,so much better than inkjet printers,which cost a fortune for infrequent users.
I'll never buy inkjet again.... laser printers never suffer from clogged carts or print heads like inkjets inevitably do... I print around 2 to 5 pages a month on average (and occasionally a bit more for a project) and the original toner carts lasted me 3 years.... an almost impossible feat with an inkjet printer that would have clogged up after 3 months no doubt.
Yes toner can be more expensive but finding the right model and copy toner carts makes lasers a much better long term buy.

Toner carts may also be a rip off but at least they don't clog up and require printing many test pages to clear the print head (and never actually cure the problem)..... I actually hate inkjet printers with a vengence!
Edited by: "spannerzone" 10th Nov
Thinking to buy a decent colour printer with no monthly cost considering will print about 20 pages per month max...... might go for it if replacement toner/ refill is available
Edited by: "Kami275" 10th Nov
It is a joke - 750 pages for black... manufacturers keep decreasing toner sizes - both the starter and standard ones.

Not worth the money.
LukeMB10/11/2019 13:59

It is a joke - 750 pages for black... manufacturers keep decreasing toner …It is a joke - 750 pages for black... manufacturers keep decreasing toner sizes - both the starter and standard ones.Not worth the money.


Sadly that's how they get you, sell the printer at little to no profit and make their money on toner.... it's the Gillette sales technique that clearly works (for the manufacturer)

The alternative is the printer sells for £300 and toners for £20 a pop.
spannerzone10/11/2019 15:19

Sadly that's how they get you, sell the printer at little to no profit and …Sadly that's how they get you, sell the printer at little to no profit and make their money on toner.... it's the Gillette sales technique that clearly works (for the manufacturer)The alternative is the printer sells for £300 and toners for £20 a pop.


Trust me - I own printers £100-£800 RRP, and toners are still more expensive than printer on its own... printerland.co.uk/pro…675
LukeMB10/11/2019 18:50

Trust me - I own printers £100-£800 RRP, and toners are still more e …Trust me - I own printers £100-£800 RRP, and toners are still more expensive than printer on its own... https://www.printerland.co.uk/product/lexmark-73b20-return-programme-toner-value-pack-k-20-000-pages-cmy-15-000-pages-/139675


It's certainly very expensive powder that's for sure! - I wonder how much these things cost to produce in mass production.... a toner cartridge isn't that complex so the profits are clearly massive (otherwise the 3rd party cheapos wouldn't be so cheap)

Still, these massive mega corporations aren't going to stay rich without us punters paying through the nose.
There doesn't appear to be any compatible cartridges for this printer. Has anyone found any?
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