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Lexmark E260DN Network-Ready Monochrome Laser Printer (34S0300)

3.0 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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  • Fast, convenient desktop printing for small workgroups needing advanced connectivity; Get a product built to last with a 50,000 page duty cycle.
  • Compact design makes the E260dn perfect for desktop printing.
  • 1-Year Exchange Warranty for peace of mind; Print professional-quality documents fast - up to 35 ppm!
  • Save paper and the environment with automatic two-sided printing.
  • Retrieve print jobs fast thanks to the instant warm-up fuser. First page out as fast as 6.5 seconds
  • Connect multiple users to one device with advanced ethernet networking capabilities
  • Connect multiple users to one device with advanced ethernet networking capabilities
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Product Description

If you need a fast and convenient black and white laser printer that fits easily on your desktop or within your workspace, the Lexmark E260dn is the right choice. This compact device delivers sharp, professional-quality documents fast and with sustainability in mind with built-in two-sided printing. Also, the E260dn is equipped with ethernet connectivity making advanced networking an option for your small workgroup.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.2 x 14.6 x 16 inches
Item Weight 33.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 33.9 pounds
ASIN B001F4WGK2
Item model number 34S0300
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3.0 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #228 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Printers > Laser Printers
Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003

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By Sanford Imhoff on April 26, 2009
Just a comment on the paper jam light when using manual feed. If you press the red 'X' button when the jam light appears it clears the light and you can then print the next whatever. Lexmark's commercial grade lasers function the same way in that each page/envelope has to be cleared when using manual feed. It isn't a defect..its just the way the manual feed works.

I was an unfortunate owner of the infamous HP P2015dn and went through two formatter boards before giving up on it and moving on to the E260dn.

I haven't had the printer long enough to comment on its longevity but I can say this is a superior printer to the HP (all HP problems aside). Faster to first print, faster printing sheet for sheet, much better duplexing and better software in general. Print quality is about the same. Both are quiet although the Lexmark is quicker to shut down its processing. The HP did have a better envelope/manual feed.

Now, for an embarrassing acknowledgment but also a statement on Lexmark service. It had been so long since I performed a firmware upgrade I forgot the printer must be connected through a USB cable (not network) in order to flash. So, trying to update through a network connection thoroughly messed things up. I contacted Lexmark customer service and was very impressed. Connected with tech support in about a minute. After trying different processes to see if the firmware could be salvaged they stated the printer would need to be exchanged for a new one. They willingly shipped the new printer to my place of work so I could sign for it and it arrived the following AM as promised. Lexmark's warranty on this printer is one year, next-day exchange.

Thus far, this is a printer I would highly recommend for home or small business use based on my experience. Understand the 'paper jam' light is a function of manual feed and not a defect per se.
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This printer is easy to set up and produces good quality print. I haven't had the other reviewers' problems with the manual feed of envelopes, and the Lexmark handles automatic paper feed with ease. One thing I don't like about it is that the on-off switch is in back rather than on the side. Given my computer set-up, this means an awkward stretch for me every time I turn the printer on or off.

The toner cartridge is easy to insert and remove, and the print it produces is sharp and dark and doesn't smudge. My main beef with the Lexmark lies with its voracious appetite for toner. At the default settings the cartridge gets used up in less than the advertised maximum 3500 pages -- not good if you regularly print a lot, often hundreds of pages a day, as I do.

However, you can ameliorate this problem by adjusting the settings. In Printer Preferences click on Print Quality, there click on Custom, and then slide the indicator arrow from 10 to at least 5, which in my experience provides a good sharp dark print. The quality will be acceptable for drafts even at 3 and the cartridge life will be greatly extended.

Overall it's a definite improvement over my ancient HP 2200 laser, and overall I think it was a good purchase. But keep these drawbacks in mind as you consider whether it will work for you.

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Update, August 2011: Almost two years later and the printer is still going strong, still churning out lots of pages reliably for me. The only beef I have with it is that the warning light for changing the photoconductor kit blinks All. The. Time. even when I've just inserted a new, from the manufacturer kit.
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The good parts:
- Absolutely silent at idle, reasonably quiet in operation.
- FAST! Its warm-up time is very quick, documents come across the network very quickly, and the print speed is wonderful.
- Great main tray paper handling...no jams, and the duplexer works perfectly.
- Easy to set up. The wizard on the setup disc worked very well, and it's nice to be able to point your browser at the printer to get a complete status readout without wasting a page printing it out.

The bad part:
- The manual feed is worthless, as other reviewers have said. I'm currently hand-writing addresses on envelopes, which does not make me happy. The rollers grip and pull an envelope into the machine just fine, but then the paper jam light comes on and it's all over. My hope is a firmware update fixes it...someday...

* 9/18/09 UPDATE *
Still works perfectly as mentioned above, except for the manual feed - - which is still worthless. I'm still addressing envelopes by hand.

* 6/4/12 UPDATE *
The latest firmware fixes the manual feed problem. I wish it hadn't taken 3 years, but...it's finally fixed.
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My previous printer was a Lexmark e210, an entry level laser. Compared to that, I'm delighted with the e260dn. I love its speed (the warm-up time is so much shorter than the e210), I love the network connection so that all my family's desktops and laptops can use it, and I love the double sided printing.

I leave it on 24/7. It uses 10 watts of electricity when idle - 50% more than a night light. I figure that's about $20/year.

My complaints are with the paper feed. First, I get frequent jams. Maybe I'm just not keeping the paper bin full enough, because that's where most jams happen. It's tolerable for a home office, but I wouldn't recommend it for a bigger business.

Second, the way the envelope feed works is that you send the print job to the printer, it displays a yellow light, then you put the envelope in. Having the envelope there before you send the job won't work. Again, that's OK in the home but not at a big office.
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