With the P6350, Lexmark remains faithful to its policy of offering multifunction printers that are very easy to use and not too bulky-but at the cost of performance. Lexmark and Dell-for whom Lexmark makes inkjet printers-remain the only manufacturers to not go to separate inks, with negative consequences for costs per page.
Ergonomics And Design
The P6350 exhibits very few changes compared with the previous generation of Lexmark multifunction printers; same size, same weight, same cartridge and printing head technology-we're on familiar ground here. But it has to be said that, in ergonomic terms, these products stand up very well. The tilting LCD screen is large and provides very intuitive access to all functions, whether copying, scanning or managing photos stored on memory cards. There are also several interesting features, including the automatic paper type sensor, which is very effective. On the other hand, you still have the restriction of having to replace the black ink cartridge with a photo cartridge in order to print at maximum quality.
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