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Lexmark E120 Review
The Lexmark E120 network ready printer suffers severely from the fact that it was released in 2005 and is no longer up to par with current laser print standards. This 20 page per minute device is not yet ready to be reduced to paper weight status, but will not deliver the impressive performance that can be found affordably in devices currently on shelves.
Despite its age, the Lexmark E120 is still quite desktop friendly thanks to its small footprint as well as its attractive grey case design. Total dimensions of 15.3 x 14 x 9.8 inches (W x D x H) mean that, though not quite as minuscule as devices that have been since released, the printer is capable of qualifying for personal use. The Lexmark E120N model also allows network connectivity, which allows the unit more freedom of placement in the office. Its weight of only 15.2 pounds also means that moving the device around is no problem.
The Lexmark E120’s 16 MBs of RAM are is not expandable, as the printer is a fairly bare bones device. Its print speeds top out at 20 pages per minute, placing it a solid 10 pages per minute behind the current standard that rests at about 30 ppm and is continually creeping higher. Its first page out time of only 8 seconds is actually quite good, not to mention competitive. In fact, when printing single pages, users won’t notice much a difference between the Lexmark E120 and a new printer.
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