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Lexmark X204N All-In-One Laser Printer
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- Time-Saving Features. Reliable and easy to use, this ultra-compact MFP offers big advantages without a big price tag. It's the perfect desktop companion: high-quality laser printing, copying and scanning; high-speed standalone fax; a 30-page automatic document feeder; scan to e-mail; PC-free copying; and rapid output speeds as fast as 24 ppm.
- Professional Touches. Pure simplicity at every level. Features like Lexmark Scan Center software makes it easy to scan and send documents to various destinations, including e-mail, and the 30-page automatic document feeder makes it easy to copy or fax multi-page documents
- The Perfect Desktop Companion. Say goodbye to multiple machines. With four business essentials within arm's reach - all in one sleek, compact design - you'll get a desktop solution as versatile as it is handsome. If quiet is what you crave, a Quiet Mode setting adds to its appeal.
- User-Friendly from Day One. Simplify your work world with user-friendly tools and exceptional accessibility right out of the box - from hassle-free setup and intuitive operation to convenient front-loading supplies and straightforward maintenance.
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For all these reasons I initially started with a product that had a much better rating than the X204N, the Canon MF4350D. I won't go into the details here but suffice to say that while I found the Canon easy to install and use on a single computer getting it to share the scanner over our home network was a nightmare. After struggling in angst over the poor reviews the Lexmark X204N has here on Amazon I decided to give one a try for myself and am I glad I did.
Not much to say here other than it installed easily, works perfectly over the network to all my computers (so far...fingers crossed), and was very reasonably priced. In addition I feel the build and print quality are superior to the Canon and the noise level is less. About the only thing it does not have that the Canon does is duplex printing. Yes it costs a bit more but the networking capabilities including wireless and ethernet make up for it.
I'm really happy with my Lexmark X204N so far and I have to think these other reviews may be related to how new the product is.
Edited on May 5, 2015 to raise the review to 5 stars because I still have this printer and it still works as described above. After all these years that is really saying something.
The feeder is flimsy; it misses pages, and sometimes the pages get stuck in it,
The printer makes good prints, but light-colored fonts are a problem even when you set the printer to "dark"
The software is unusually slow, and not user friendly.
It is so bad that I felt it is unfair to sell it to anyone, even though it is relatively new.
When I first used the scanner I was having problems using the scanning software with Presto Page Manager. It ran slow. Instead, after talking to support, I opted for the other software that comes with the printer called the Lexmark Scan Center.
I orinally reviewed this printer with 5 stars. But, do to countless printing issues, I must downgrade its quality. It seems like nearly any kind of
required Windows update, or software update from an unrelated program pends the printing function of this printer. Then, in order to print the pages stuck in the pending file you must reboot your computer. Hopefully you are not in the middle of something important, or have 5 other programs open that take time and passwords to restart again.
All in all, I decided that this printer just puts me into a bad mood. I never know when it will print. I had an old HP Laser jet for over 10 years, and
it printed 100 pct of the time. I have owned the Lexmark x204n for only 5 months and it has had about a dozen printing malfunctions. Despite 3 phone calls to tech support, and several updates the problem was unresolved. I guess I should have heeded the advice of my local computer guy and old friend and never bought a Lexmark. They still have all the problems they have been known to have with past printers.
Print quality is great as you would expect of any laser printer.
I set up the email scan feature and so it is a very painless process to scan a few documents and have them waiting for me in my email inbox. I've also scanned a few color photos and the output is decent.
The size is very compact for a laser all in one which was a big consideration for me.
All in all, I have found this to be a rock solid piece of hardware, so if you need a laser with fax/scan/copy and do not need to print color or photos and do not need auto duplex, this is definitely an all-in-one to consider.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wouldn't recommend this all-in-one laser printer to anyone. No matter which mode it is in, fax , print or copy, I continually have problems with it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Thomas G. Reid
I've had this printer for 5 years it's had some issues, but overall it has been very good An electrical storm finally killed it I just bought another one I'll be sure it's... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Teresa Kilpatrick
It is a compact printer and the quality of the print looks good. The only negative is that it is a bit noisy. All in all I like it.Published 23 months ago by Josef
Bought this printer 2 1/2 months ago. It had issues faxing from the day of arrival. Lexmark customer service worked with us over the phone on several occasions troubleshooting and... Read morePublished on June 3, 2014 by kent r ficklin
My wife's office bought this printer and seemed to have the Pdf problems experienced by others. They went with a printer service and put this in the back room. Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by David in OK
Bought this in June 2012 and in that time I must have called tech support about 5-6 times due to repeated malfunctioning of the device driver software/ firmware. Read morePublished on January 29, 2013 by Sfbuyer
It's good generally. The light printing or something like that. we'd need to adjust the darkness in the driver menu. Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by ngphucok