Released October, 2006
The Pros:Setup is simple, don't need the IT department for it - most people will work it out in a few minutes. Doesn't use too much toner on each print. Driver is well written so that you never get errors.
The Cons:Can't handle thicker media like card stock. Gets occasional paper jams which become more frequent after the first year.
The Lexmark C530DN is a lower-mid-level laser printer, intended mainly for small businesses. It has duplex printing which conserves paper, and in turn reduces the number of times paper has to be replaced.
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It prints 22 pages per minute in color and 24 in monochrome, and both resolutions are 1200 x 1200 dpi. It can also use Lexmark's 4800 color quality, which allows 2400 x 600 dpi. This printer has a high expected monthly use, with a minimum of around 50 thousand pages. It supports numerous operating systems, including UNIX and Novell, and supports TCP/IP v4 and v6 for networking. It has a one year onsite labor warranty as well, and a total input capacity of 350 pages.
- Released October 2006
- Color laser printer
- 2-line monochrome LCD display
- 22 prints per minute (color)
- 24 prints per minute (black)
- 1200 x 1200 dpi
- 4800 color quality 2400 x 600 dpi
- 375 MHz processor
- 128MB memory
- 350 page input capacity
- Duplex printing
- Ethernet and USB 2.0 ports
- TCP/IPv4 and v6 networking
- One year labor warranty
User Reviews (1)
setup is simple, don't need the IT department for it - most people will work it out in a few minutes
doesn't use too much toner on each print
driver is well written so that you never get errors
tones and colors are bright and bold, makes charts "pop"
has solid, sturdy components that aren't easy to break
can't handle thicker media like card stock
gets occasional paper jams which become more frequent after the first year
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