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Eight new series of printers and A4 MFPs from Lexmark   14 November 2012   


Lexmark has launched no less than eight new series of printers and small MFPs running from 23 to 66 ppm aiming at a wide range of users.  With this launch the brand is pushing hard to reinforce its software positioning (particularly with a restructured MPS offering) and thus to revalue its whole range of products.
The new equipment from Lexmark all have color touch-screen interfaces, print engines running at up to 66 ppm in black and management solutions available directly from the devices' screens.

Lexmark is updating three quarters of its A4 range with the following 23 new models:

Printers:
MS310 - 33 ppm
MS410 - 38 ppm
MS510 - 42 ppm
MS610 - 47 ppm
MS810 - 52 ppm
MS811 - 60 ppm
MS812 - 66 ppm
CS310 - 23/23 ppm
CS410 - 30/30 ppm
CS510 - 30/30 ppm

MFPs:
MX310 - 33 ppm
MX410 - 38 ppm
MX510 - 42 ppm
MX511 - 42 ppm
MX611 - 47 ppm
MX710 - 60 ppm
MX711 - 66 ppm
MX810 - 52 ppm
MX811 - 60 ppm
MX812 - 66 ppm
CX310 - 23/23 ppm
CX410 - 30/30 ppm
CX510 - 30/30 ppm

Their specs and sales arguments will all be available on Your DMO very shortly.




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