Lexmark has announced four new inkjet printers, including two multi-function printers (MFPs), aimed at consumer and SOHO markets. The new range will replace the x75, 65, 55, 45 and 35, which are being phased out over the course of this month.
The home user models, Z605 and Z705, offer photo quality printing at 4800 x 1200dpi. The Z605 is the entry level model, with an RRP of $99. The Z705 ($149) can print borderless photos up to A4 size, and comes bundled with Photo Centre software.
For SOHO users, the Z1150 All-in-One ($199) is an update of the X75. It is capable of 4800dpi, 14ppm mono or 8ppm colour printing, flatbed scanning, colour copying and faxing.
Lexmark will put another, higher-end MFP (X6170) into the Australian market at the beginning of August, general manager for consumer and small business, Stephen Waugh, said.
“We will be bringing out more MFP products with card slots,” Waugh said.
He expected the new products, that print straight from a camera memory card, would arrive in September.