Lexmark debuts E220 laser printer

The Lexmark E220 broadens the company’s presence in the rapidly expanding laser printer market for price-consciouscustomers. With its low price, space-saving design, excellent print speed and quality, it’s a perfect printer for homework, the home office, as well as small- and medium-size businesses.

Personal laser printing takes on new meaning with the Lexmark E220.

Fast Printing
At up to 18 pages per minute, the Lexmark E220 has the fastest rated print speed of any laser printer under $200*. The Lexmark E220 is nearly twice as fast as the leading brand’s competitive product (18 pages per minute (ppm) versus 10 ppm), and it delivers a faster time to first print – 9.5 seconds.

Easy to Use
A hallmark of the Lexmark E220 is its ease of use. It features simple set-up, a one-touch job cancel button that saves time and a print cartridge that is easy to install and replace.

Business Class
With 1,200 Image Quality resolution, its robust design and a single-sheet manual feed for envelopes and cardstock, the Lexmark E220 has the features that business customers require.

“The Lexmark E220 is a personal printer that delivers professional results,” said Paul Rooke, Lexmark executive vice president and president of its Printing Solutions and Services Division. “It’s compact and fast, but doesn’t skimp on performance or quality. Our focus on delivering to small- and medium-size businesses high-performance products usually associated with Fortune 1000 customers is evident with the introduction of the Lexmark E220.”

The Lexmark E220 packs the speed, efficiency and print quality typically found in more expensive laser printers into a sleek and compact design. Its robust, low-profile design allows it to complement any space, and it comes in black, one of the new signature color schemes in high-tech design.

The Lexmark E220 is available mid-September. More information about the Lexmark E220 can be found at www.lexmark.com/us/solutions/business/. For a full listing of authorized Lexmark solution providers, visit www.lexmark.com/us/products/catalog.

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