Lexmark X1185 All-in-One Printer $34.95 @ topbuy + free shipping if you pay by Paypal

7 March 2008

THE CHEAPEST ELSEWHERE IS $93 before delivery.

Description
* The Lexmark X1185 provides photo-quality printing, high-resolution scanning and laser-crisp black and color copying in a space-saving compact product. Print speeds up to 14 ppm black and up to 8 ppm color, combined with black and color host-based copying and black and color faxing through the PC, increase the versatility of this print center. A scan resolution of up to 4800 x 1200 dpi on photo paper and a 48-bit scanner provide vivid detail and color for photo quality prints.

Specification*
Size (mm - H x W x D) 163 x 445 x 308 mm *
Weight (kg) 4.5 kg*
Packaged Size (mm - H x W x D) 240 x 558 x 411 mm

Warranty * 12 months manufacturer's warranty

8 comments

  • ScarletRubies
    Any idea on ink costs? Also reviews on the model welcome. My neighbour is after a new printer...
  • lilpretzel
    Just a quick search I found these 2 generic ones Read review here - http://www.zdnet.com.au/reviews/hardware/printersscanners/soa/Lexmark-X1185-All-In-One/0,139023422,139150336,00.htm?feed=pt_aio http://grasshoppertoner.com.au/media/ccp0/prodsm/inkjetBoxSmall.jpg ]Lexmark X1185 compatible Color: Black Code:0193IN OEM Compatible Code:10N0016 Inkjet Price: AU$ 23.00 GST inc. ]http://grasshoppertoner.com.au/media/ccp0/prodsm/inkjetBoxSmall.jpg ]Lexmark X1185 compatible Color: Color Code:0203IN OEM Compatible Code:10N0026 Inkjet Price: AU$ 31.95 GST inc.
  • yovi
    Can i ask why the temp of this deal is so low? I think this deal is of good value and just wondering why anyone would vote negative.
  • Wally
    The costs of the Ink carts is more than the whole device! Heh! One would presume that initial ink cartridges come with a new machine - not stated tho I voted hot Edit: These details do not state whether if fully compatible with the latest operating systems and it doesn't come with its own USB cable LEXMARK MULTIFUNCTION X1185 ALL IN ONE Description: * Lexmark brings you advanced all-in-one technology in a compact - and very affordable - print centre. * The particularly small footprint of the X1185 means it takes up less room in your office, while efficiently doing the job of three devices. * Laser crisp black and colour copying * Up to 4800 dpi for photo quality prints * Up to 2400 dou fir black & white quality prints * High resolution, 48 bit scanner * Prints up to 14 ppm black, 8 ppm colour * Black and colour host based copying * PC based Fax System Requirements: * Pentium 200 MHz or higher * Windows 98/ME/2000/XP * 64 MB RAM * 286 MB free hard disk space (500 MB for XP) * CD-ROM drive * Available USB port Macintosh Requirements: * G3 300 MHz processor * Mac OS 9.22 w/carbonlib 1.6 * Mac OS X (10.1.5/10.2.3-10.2.8) * 128 MB RAM * 250 MB free hard disk space * CD-ROM drive * Available USB port NOTE: USB cable is not included Warranty Details: One year manufacture warranty.
  • ScarletRubies
    I haven't voted yet. To me, it's a good deal if the ink is no more expensive than other brands, doesn't get consumed any faster, and produces a good print. I think "disposable hardware" (where it is cheaper to replace than to repair or refill) is a really bad deal, I guess from an environmental perspective more than anything else. So, I guess I am holding off voting till someone adds more info. Plus, I don't vote on every deal because I don't always know how to gauge whether something is a good deal or not! :)
  • nod
    Thanks Lilpretzel - the ink is the same price as the printer :D Again!
  • ScarletRubies
    Thanks, LP - didn't mean to ignore the info you gave. Does anyone know if Lexmark has one of those warranties that is void if you use non-genuine ink? *sigh*. Can you recommend that Grasshopper place, LP? Their stuff is less than half the (pretty cheap, I thought) price I get for my genuine stuff (we use ]AIM and have always been happy with their price and service).
  • ozpete
    ScarletRubies Probably will void warranty, but on a $35 printer it will cost more to return for warranty, tahn the warrantys worth. And with the savings you make on the ink, who needs the warranty. I have a Canon MP760 thats 3 years old and have used more than 1 litre of non standard ink in that time. (I have refillable cartridges using bulk ink). The bulk rate is no more than 10% of the original Canon ink in price. So what the heck about the warranty. After 4 refills I could have bought another printer with the savings. BTW its still going strong

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