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Lexmark's new generation of laser A3 MFPs   14 June 2017   


Lexmark have unveiled no less than nine new laser A3 copiers.  They are being rolled out worldwide during the rest of 2017, and the brand is highlighting their speeds and capacity.
 
The CS920 and CX920 ranges will be able to adapt to the needs of a wide range of businesses and organizations - among which, the CX924, the fastest MFP laser from Lexmark (up to 65 ppm) and the CX920 scanner (running at up to 80 ipm).  The two devices also have one of the highest paper capacities on the office market with a total of 6,650 sheets.
 
Speed ​​and capacity are combined with reliability as the CX920 and CS920 Series machines feature monthly duty cycles of up to 275,000 pages.  But there's more:
 
- Improved usability: a 10-inch touchscreen and the intuitive Lexmark e-Task interface; voice guidance, headphone jack and a zoom function on the screen complete the features making these machines accessible to everyone.
- Customization of included applications and the possibility to set up users' own apps.
- Continuous and fully configurable access to printing and scanning functions for mobile users via cloud, for both iOS and Android devices.
- Data security is assured by a pack of solutions included with each machine.
 
The CX920 and CS920 ranges complement the Lexmark A4 range by offering solutions with the same level of productivity and speed. 
 
The nine new machines will be available in the course of 2017.

See the product pages and other documents  
Lexmark CX921deCertificateRosette
Lexmark CX922deCertificateRosette
Lexmark CX923dteCertificateRosette
Lexmark CX923dxeCertificateRosette
Lexmark CX924dteCertificateRosette



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