With its built-in wireless capability, the Lexmark Z1420 looks like a bargain until you see the prints it outputs. If you value print quality, look elsewhere.
Lexmark releases six new printers.
Don't be tempted by the cheap price tag and the 802.11g wireless feature; Lexmark's z2420 is a dud of a printer.
Introducing five new inkjet printers from Lexmark.
With so many other inexpensive photo inkjets on the market today, we can't recommend the Lexmark z2420--it's prone to paper jams, prints at a snail's pace, and produces unacceptable quality prints.
The Lexmark Z1300 isn't for everyone, but, for users who want to spend the bare minimum for occasional prints, it's quite a bargain.
The Canon Pixma iP3500 inkjet printer is a great choice for home users who have basic print needs but still want good-looking prints.
The HP Deskjet D4260 is a good choice for home users looking for a basic printer that's good enough for projects like school reports, but that won't break the bank.
The Dell Photo 926 is disappointing, even for a $100 multifunction printer. You can get a better printer for the same money.
The Lexmark X3550 is a middle-of-the-road multifunction printer with an affordable starting price and reasonable ink refill costs. Photo prints leave something to be desired, but it performs the rest of its tasks acceptably well.