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Lexmark sues 24 cartridge makers


August 26, 2010 by Sam Narisi

It could soon get harder for businesses and consumers to find low-priced, third-party ink and toner cartridges. More…

Copier, Printer and MFP market shows major growth


June 2, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Sales of hardcopy office devices (printers, copiers, and multifunctionals) surged by 8.1% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2010. Total machine sales in the industry equaled $13.8 billion. More…

Lexmark buys content management software company


May 26, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

U.S.-based printer and MFP manufacturer Lexmark announced it would buy Perceptive Software, a company that sells business content management software. More…

Lexmark: A buyout target?


May 21, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Lexmark is a unique company in the office machine business. Not only is it a U.S.-based company that manufactures and sells printers (HP and Xerox are the others), it is the only one whose income comes almost exclusively from printers and print supplies. More…

Printer and copier industry stages a comeback


May 19, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Printer and copier manufacturers have taken it on the chin over the last few years, with a worldwide financial downturn, cost-cutting initiatives in every company and personnel reductions that inevitably led to outputting fewer pages. But things started looking a lot better in the last quarter. More…

Top 5 printer woes for small and midsize businesses


April 16, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

What printing issues are companies most worried about today? You can probably guess. More…

New Lexmark ledger-size black-and-white office printer


January 27, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Lexmark’s ledger-size W850 Series prints at 50ppm and include the network-ready W850n ($2,899) and the network-ready and duplexing W850dn ($3,299). More…

Lexmark printer gets a big-league innovation award


January 21, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

The annual Computer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is always crammed with the latest and greatest gadgets, such as compact data projectors, new Kindle competitors and 3D TV. So what is an ink jet printer doing getting an Innovations award in this hip forum? More…

Can managemed print services help your biz?


January 14, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

A growing number of companies are taking advantage of managed print services, otherwise known as print outsourcing, offered by major printer and copier vendors like HP and Xerox. More…

Apple releases new printer drivers


November 24, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Users of Apple’s Snow Leopard should check this list if they’ve been having trouble getting an old printer to work properly on the new OS. More…

New Lexmark ledger-sized monochrome MFPs


November 9, 2009 by Melissa Pardo

The Lexmark X860 family of black-and-white MFPs is part of the overhaul of Lexmark’s entire multifunctional line, and they incorporate a new design and a number of innovative features. More…

Lexmark’s new color MFP for small workgroup


November 9, 2009 by Melissa Pardo

The network-ready $999 Lexmark X546dtn prints at 25ppm in both color and black-and-white. PostScript and PCL support are standard, along with direct imaging of PDF and XPS files. More…

Web-connected printers on the way


October 29, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Coming on the heels of a similar announcement by HP, Lexmark has released its own Web-connected printer. More…

New Lexmark inkjet all-in-ones for the small office


September 29, 2009 by Melissa Pardo

The new Lexmark Prospect Pro all-in-ones are intended for business users and print at up to 33ppm in draft mode in black-and-white, 30ppm in color. More…

Users want an easy way to go green


September 21, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Here’s some good news: Employees actually are concerned about their wasteful printing habits. They just won’t change them until it’s easier to do so. More…

New MFPs for the home office


September 16, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

A new MFP from Lexmark sits comfortably between consumer-grade printers and those designed for small offices. More…

The new technology that makes tracking docs a snap


September 1, 2009 by Sam Narisi

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The use of RFID tags is growing by leaps and bounds in the business world, and an upgraded printing device from Lexmark may just hurry the process. More…

Lexmark’s feature-laden C730 family of workgroup color printers


July 15, 2009 by Melissa Pardo

These new models, the C730 series, are part of an overall upgrade in Lexmark’s whole printer and printer-multifunctional line with a comprehensive new design that offers both obvious and subtle improvements. More…

Lexmark expands superstore offerings


April 13, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

Lexmark announced that it would dramatically expand its line of printers and printer multifunctionals sold though office superstores Staples, OfficeMax and Office Depot. More…

Evolved new color MFPs from Lexmark


March 24, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

Lexmark is in the midst of upgrading its whole printer and printer-multifunctional line with a comprehensive new design that offers both obvious and subtle improvements. Lexmark has managed to get a leg up in this increasingly competitive market. More…


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