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Mar 26, 2009

New Lexmark Lasers Unleash The Power Of Multifunction Technology For Micro Workgroups

Adding breadth and depth to the most award-winning line of laser printers in the United States1, Lexmark today introduced nine new monochrome laser multifunction products (MFPs). The new Lexmark X264dn, X360 Series and X460 Series pack powerful productivity and performance into compact devices for small and medium workgroups in any size organization.

"We have our customers to thank for the strength of our laser product line," said Marty Canning, Lexmark vice president and president of its Printing Solutions and Services Division. "They provide us valuable insight into the features and solutions they need to power through workloads quickly and efficiently. With our new X460 Series, we're excited to offer customers the ease of use and advanced functionality of larger and more costly devices in a compact, affordable unit."

Lexmark X264dn

Lexmark X264dn

Lexmark X460 Series: Powerful features in a small box

Small enough to fit on a desktop, the new Lexmark X460 Series features Lexmark's customizable and innovative e-Task color touch screen, which offers simple access to a range of features including two-sided scanning, advanced copying and easy user authentication for enhanced security. Individual users can even personalize their own e-Task touch screen with Lexmark's MyMFP solution.

With the optional Lexmark Embedded Solutions Framework, small and medium workgroups, typically three to 10 people, have access to the same customizable or industry-specific solutions used by large workgroups to streamline paper-based processes, increasing productivity and reducing page volumes.

Additionally, the series includes instant warm-up fuser technology, which reduces the time to first print to as fast as six and a half seconds.

Information security beyond the PC

From network security to user- and function-access restrictions, the Lexmark X460 Series offers a wide range of advanced security features to help protect valuable data and safeguard against attacks on unsecured network communications.

Both the Lexmark X460 Series and Lexmark X360 Series feature wireless models that are Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 3. With wireless printing capabilities, multiple users can conveniently share one device.

Lexmark X264dn and X360 Series: Multifunction power for small workgroups

For smaller workgroups that want big results, the new Lexmark X264dn and X360 Series monochrome laser MFPs unite essential office functions into one affordable desktop device.

The Lexmark X264dn and X360 Series are network-ready devices that feature an intuitive operator panel. Customers can achieve professional-looking results with up to 1200x1200 dpi print quality, which enables sharp text, in addition to superior scan resolution with the 24-bit color CCD scanner.

A 50-sheet automatic document feeder can scan two-sided documents and an optional paper drawer expands capacity up to 850 sheets.

Environmentally conscious

The Lexmark X264dn, X360 Series and X460 Series were designed from the ground up with the environment in mind. All models come standard with built-in two sided printing to reduce paper waste in addition to Eco-Mode and Quiet Mode to save energy and reduce noise. The Lexmark X460 Series includes access to extra-high-yield toner cartridges yielding up to 15,000 pages2, which means customers replace cartridges less frequently, saving time and reducing the number of cartridges that are recycled or sent to the landfill. The Lexmark X264dn and X360 Series include access to high-yield replacement cartridges yielding up to 9,000 pages2. The devices also ship with Lexmark Return Program Toner Cartridges, which can be returned to Lexmark free of charge for remanufacturing or recycling.

Cut the cord

Both the Lexmark X460 Series and Lexmark X360 Series feature wireless models that are Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 3. With wireless printing capabilities, multiple users can conveniently share one device.

1Based on awards for printers and printer-based MFPs announced in 2008 by the top U.S. tech publications and independent printer test labs.

2Average continuous black declared cartridge yield of standard pages is in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798. Actual page yields may vary.

3Wi-Fi CERTIFIED is a mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Wireless network required.

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