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Lexmark X4650 WIFI All in One Printer - Less than half price £44.99 @ Comet
Lexmark X4650 WIFI All in One Printer - Less than half price £44.99 @ Comet

Lexmark X4650 WIFI All in One Printer - Less than half price £44.99 @ Comet

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COMPATIBLE WITH VISTA - LESS THAN HALF PRICE
- we managed to get a further 10% off by using a voucher code on the site of 10MFPRINT - Collect from store offer only but can reserve!!!
Brand LEXMARK
Wireless Enabled Yes
Print resolution 4800 x 1200 dpi
Print speed - black 25
Print speed - colour 18
Scan resolution 600 x 1200 dpi
Borderless printing Allows
Maximum photocopy speed N/A
Preview screen Not featured
Direct printing Not featured
Amount of colours 6
Size of droplet N/A
O/S compatibility N/A
Connection USB 2.0 andWireless
Sheet feed capacity 100

A4 maximum print size
2 inktanks
Photo enhancing software included
Card reader
PictBridge
5.3kg Weight
28.7 x 56.2 - x 45.9cm Dimensions
USB Cable included
Windows Vista compatible
25% / 400% Copier reduction/enlargement

Price is £40.49 with code - 10MFPRINT
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nice if you can find it in stock,. nowhere in north somerset or wiltshire:roll:

Shame about the cost of the replacement cartridges, a set of replacement cartridges cost more than the printer....

TheCaptain;6220441

Shame about the cost of the replacement cartridges, a set of replacement … Shame about the cost of the replacement cartridges, a set of replacement cartridges cost more than the printer....



That's why I don't buy HP or Lexmark printers anymore, they cost a fortune to run.

Original Poster

They have them in Torquay. We got cartridges buy one get one half price so not a bad price for them either.:thumbsup:

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Lexmark are horribly expensive to run- I learned the hard way

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Mascherano;6220695

Lexmark are horribly expensive to run- I learned the hard way


me too!

never again!

tamoil;6220465

That's why I don't buy HP or Lexmark printers anymore, they cost a … That's why I don't buy HP or Lexmark printers anymore, they cost a fortune to run.



This is a printer for 40 quid!! You can't really go wrong.

I bought it the other day and have printed loads already with the cartridges that come with it.

2 XL cartridges which will last an age will cost under 40 quid so you're getting a wifi printer with lots of ink for less than 80 quid.

There's a huge printer/all-in-one review in this month's PC Pro and all the Lexmarks have been slated for poor quality prints (Lexmark on normal is the same as a Canon on draft!!), poor print speed, poor build quality and high running costs (HP 3.6p per page, Canon 8.4p, Epson 9p, Lexmark 22.2p!!!). Sorry, but it's cold from me.

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marcdeal;6224071

This is a printer for 40 quid!! You can't really go wrong. I bought it … This is a printer for 40 quid!! You can't really go wrong. I bought it the other day and have printed loads already with the cartridges that come with it.2 XL cartridges which will last an age will cost under 40 quid so you're getting a wifi printer with lots of ink for less than 80 quid.


Shows how little you know about lexmarks. it will run out pretty soon if you have printed loads already

you'll realise how wrong you are in 6 months time when you have got through £80+ worth of cartridges

No8;6224736

There's a huge printer/all-in-one review in this month's PC Pro and all … There's a huge printer/all-in-one review in this month's PC Pro and all the Lexmarks have been slated for poor quality prints (Lexmark on normal is the same as a Canon on draft!!), poor print speed, poor build quality and high running costs (HP 3.6p per page, Canon 8.4p, Epson 9p, Lexmark 22.2p!!!). Sorry, but it's cold from me.




Searched PC pro and can't find a review for the X4650.

You can't talk about cost per page without factoring in the cost of the printer. Print quality seems good to me.

I agree if you need something for heavy high quality use you wouldn't want this but then you wouldn't be buying a 40 quid printer.

Otherwise this is excellent.

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marcdeal;6228746

Searched PC pro and can't find a review for the X4650.You can't talk … Searched PC pro and can't find a review for the X4650.You can't talk about cost per page without factoring in the cost of the printer. Print quality seems good to me.I agree if you need something for heavy high quality use you wouldn't want this but then you wouldn't be buying a 40 quid printer.Otherwise this is excellent.


I beg to differ. Bought a £30 lexmark printer and I am a light user (about 1/2 pages per day). after six months and about 4 carts later (about £60 spent at least on carts); came to my senses and bought a brother laser printer for £50 incl toner cart

lexmark - 60-100 pages for £15 plus £40 printer

brother - 1500-2000 for cart costing £25 plus £50 printer

I'll leave you to do the math

LEXMARK - Once bitten, twice shy

marcdeal;6228746

Searched PC pro and can't find a review for the X4650.



It doesn't specify the X4650, but it is from the same range as the other lexmarks reviewed, and has the same print-engine, firmware, quality and chassis as the others in the range. In fact, the X4650 is the X2670 (which was reviewed) with the addition of a wireless adapter and card reader. The X2670 scored as follows:

Quality - 2/5
Speed 2/5
Features & design - 2/5
Value for money - 2/5
Overall - (surprise, surprise) 2/5

In summary, the review (page 71, Oct 09 issue) states, "The Lexmark is by some distance the worst all-in-one in this Labs. It's agonisingly slow, produces poor quality results, offers little in the way of useful features or elegant design and the price isn't all that tempting either. And with it's expensive cartridges it's cost per A4 page is 22p; a full 10p higher than the next dearest. If your budget is tight, Canon's MP190 is eons better and costs around two-thirds of the price".

For the full review, go to pcpro.co.uk/rev…670

In the intrests of providing a balanced argument, PC Advisor reviewed this machine on 2 Oct 08, gave it 3.5/5 and stated that, "The Lexmark X4650 is easy to set up and use, is reasonably quick and has a useful auto print mode: but you'll pay for prints, and we weren't all that impressed with photo prints." pcadvisor.co.uk/rev…n=2

The bottom line is that I don't care what printer you buy, it's just worth listening to all arguments before punters part with their cash and live to regret it!

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No8;6231539

It doesn't specify the X4650, but it is from the same range as the other … It doesn't specify the X4650, but it is from the same range as the other lexmarks reviewed, and has the same print-engine, firmware, quality and chassis as the others in the range. In fact, the X4650 is the X2670 (which was reviewed) with the addition of a wireless adapter and card reader. The X2670 scored as follows:Quality - 2/5Speed 2/5Features & design - 2/5Value for money - 2/5Overall - (surprise, surprise) 2/5In summary, the review (page 71, Oct 09 issue) states, "The Lexmark is by some distance the worst all-in-one in this Labs. It's agonisingly slow, produces poor quality results, offers little in the way of useful features or elegant design and the price isn't all that tempting either. And with it's expensive cartridges it's cost per A4 page is 22p; a full 10p higher than the next dearest. If your budget is tight, Canon's MP190 is eons better and costs around two-thirds of the price".For the full review, go to http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/printers/350785/lexmark-x2670In the intrests of providing a balanced argument, PC Advisor reviewed this machine on 2 Oct 08, gave it 3.5/5 and stated that, "The Lexmark X4650 is easy to set up and use, is reasonably quick and has a useful auto print mode: but you'll pay for prints, and we weren't all that impressed with photo prints." http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/index.cfm?reviewid=105148&pn=2The bottom line is that I don't care what printer you buy, it's just worth listening to all arguments before punters part with their cash and live to regret it!


good post - repped :thumbsup:

Price should be changed to reflect the promotion, its only £40.49.

I agree these are very expensive to run, i personally wouldnt use it much so would maybe consider this if i could find stock.

Barking
Beckton
Dunstable

Have stock

Just to buck the anti - Lexmark tone (tone, geddit) of this topic...

I bought one of these a while back, mainly because we have 4 pcs/laptops within the family and it's superb to have a wireless printer that all four can use from downstairs, upstairs, kids room, outside etc etc without a single cable in sight. The alternative would be 4 printers (which would cost way more than you'd ever spend on ink of course) or lugging a printer around, which I really can't be bothered with.

Yes the ink can be expensive but I pay £10.38 for a recon at Memorybits (and generally less with their promo codes - I bought a couple today with the '999' promo code which is 20% off today so I paid £8.31.

I have a wonderful HP Photosmart 385 little printer for photos, our main printer doesn't need to do much more than print off Easyjet confirmations and Argos reserve & collect pages and the like and that rattles through on quick print well enough for me!

I hope that helps someone pondering this printer - if you have several PCs and don't want several printers, and quick print settings are good enough for your requirements, call me mad but I really recommend this.

Lakeside;6246581

The alternative would be 4 printers (which would cost way more than you'd … The alternative would be 4 printers (which would cost way more than you'd ever spend on ink of course) or lugging a printer around, which I really can't be bothered with.



Not a particularly sensible alternative! Why not wire the printer to one pc, enable file and printer sharing and share the printer through your network - which, incidentally, is free...

Because wireless works better for me! It's one PC and 3 laptops, the PC is in our kids bedroom and I don't want and can't really fit a printer in there. They are young and it would probably end up filled with ribena, and I need to print or scan in the evening when they are sleeping which wouldn't be ideal. It sits all alone in a place where space is not at such a premium. I find for my situation it is very much a "particularly sensible alternative".

Me too, never again
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