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[Amazon.ca] 50% off - Lexmark CX310n All-In One Color Laser Printer with Scan, Copy, Network Ready

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[Amazon.ca] 50% off - Lexmark CX310n All-In One Color Laser Printer with Scan, Copy, Network Ready

Sells for $500-600 at other Canadian retailers. Mostly good reviews. Looks like 3rd party toner is available too. Youtube video states there is a firmware upgrade to allow Apple Air Print.


Size : 22.5in l x 22in w x 21.5in h

The network-ready Lexmark CX310n MFP provides print, copy and scan functions, has a print speed as fast as 25 ppm and produce a 1-page color document in as little as 12.5 seconds.^With 512 MB of upgradable memory and a fast dual-core processor, you’ll have speed as well as power and convenience.^Lexmark Named Color Replacement and PANTONE calibration make it easy to develop a consistent brand image by accurately matching your colors.^Easily print up to 5,000 pages per month with fewer maintenance hassles, thanks to Lexmark's state-of-the-art paper handling.^Easy-to-use 2.4-inch color LCD control panel^Easily print from your desktop or mobile device
Width:17.48 Inch
Depth:21.99 Inch
Height:18.44 Inch
Header / Model:LEXMARK CX310N
RAM / Total Installed Size:512 MB
Printer Type:Laser Printer

Printer Technology:Laser
Printer Output:Color
Printer Speed:25 ppm
Printer / Max Resolution ( B&W ):1200 dpi x 1200 dpi
Printer / Max Resolution ( Color ):1200 x 1200 dpi
Printer Media Size (Standard): A4 - 8.27" x 11.69"
Printer / Total Media Capacity:900 sheets
Service & Support Type:1-Year warranty

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For those who are interested, there is no duplex printing.
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Canadian204 wrote: For those who are interested, there is no duplex printing.
Yup. That feature costs $400 more! CX310DN
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Canadian204 wrote: For those who are interested, there is no duplex printing.
I would stay away from Duplex. My Canon imageClass D1350 always jams on duplex
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I've beta tested Lexmark products over the years. Unreliable garbage. And consumables are very expensive with few -- if any -- generics unlike the leading brands.
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achc wrote:
I would stay away from Duplex. My Canon imageClass D1350 always jams on duplex
I have a Lexmark CS510DE which is a slightly higher end model printer but isn't all-in-one. It has duplex and has never jammed on me although I've probably only printed about 150 pages worth of stuff.
FatWallet wrote: I've beta tested Lexmark products over the years. Unreliable garbage. And consumables are very expensive with few -- if any -- generics unlike the leading brands.
I own the Lexmark CS510DE and love it. Has been very reliable. Always able to successfully wirelessly print from my computer although the Android app was giving me some problems but I think it's fixed now. Also couldn't really get the USB working (at least for Microsoft Word documents) but who uses that feauture anyways. Never jams and I can always depend on it.

Anyways I suggest people look at 1c2c if you're looking to buy a Lexmark printer. I paid about $253.11 CAD including tax and shipping for a brand new CS510DE (retails for about $1000). Found the deal from this post back in September: Your text to link here...

I think the prices for almost all the Lexmark printers are still heavily discounted but you just have to "call for price". If you sort from low price to high price those printers show up in the price range I remember.
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achc wrote: I would stay away from Duplex. My Canon imageClass D1350 always jams on duplex
This is bad advice. I've printed likely over a thousand pages with my Brother printer, and not once has it jammed in the two years I've used it. Duplex is an incredibly convenient, paper-saving feature that I would simply not consider buying a printer that didn't have it.
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achc wrote: I would stay away from Duplex. My Canon imageClass D1350 always jams on duplex
Just because your old crappy printer jams on Duplex it is not a good feature?! That's some logic...

Like others, I've had several Samsung and Brother with both Duplex Print or Duplex Print/Scan and never an issue. But I do try to keep them dust free and clean the rollers so you might wanna try that.
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I have cheap epson wf-3620 which i print 100% duplex.
I have used 2 of those big size costco paper boxes already

Never have any probs and always buy cheap ink from amazon
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achc wrote: I would stay away from Duplex. My Canon imageClass D1350 always jams on duplex
I own a Canon imageCLASS MF8350Cdn. I have gone through 5 black toner cartridges. Never once jammed on me and I use duplex a lot to save paper.
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Great price. Only problem is tiner cost more than printer in future.
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