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Written on: 22/08/2010
Wholeheartedly agree with previous reviews about general quality, set-up procedure for new cartridges. Let me add: fiddly to load new cartridges.
I can't afford to run the Lexmark x2250 any longer. Off to buy new sacanner/printer tomorrow.
It is cheap in every sense of the word.
I was attracted by the price but have lived to regret not looking for better real value… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2010 by maihan (1 review written)
I think this product is the best quality and cheaper… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2009
This Lexmark X2250 printer has been a problem since day one!! It never, ever printed photo quality prints without first cleaning and cleaning the nozzles and still they were not photo quality. I will give it a 1 cause the scanner works but it too needs improvements.
The cost for the ink cartridges is unreasonable considering it uses half of it to align the printer. Ink nozzles are now clogged to the point it doesn't work correctly and lexmark doesn't help. This is a cheap, cheap piece of… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2005 by Jayne and James (21 reviews written)
The Lexmark X2250 printer can best be described as cheap and nasty. Numerous problems with printing, ink cartridges dry up for no reason and very expensive to replace. Lexmark themselves unhelpful. Overall spend a little more and avoid Lexmark, (several of our friends agree) Most inefficient and expensive ink cartridges on the market. This is how they make their money… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2005 by aquila (1 review written)
After deciding to purchase the Lexmark X2250 multifunction printer instead of buying a scanner and printer separately, I wish I hadn't.
Upon installation of the included software (why oh why do manufacturers insist on using PAPER sleeves that DON'T fit in a CD rack???), I was immediately greeted by a menu that although attempted to be helpful, ended up being excessively complex due to endless menus and submenus based on tasks and troubleshooting questions. The driver software also insisted on… Read Full Review
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Written by jwsturner
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Written by Holiday Rep