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Lexmark Optra T610N Review

Lexmark Optra T610N Monochrome Printer

Lexmark Optra T610N Monochrome Printer

The Lexmark Optra T610N is a compact printer for the small workgroup that is looking for a fast monochrome printer.  This printer will be able to printout up to a notable 15 pages per minute for black and white documents.  It can produce professional quality graphics and texts with resolutions up to 1200 x 1200 dpi.  The Lexmark Optra T610N printer contains one easily replaceable Lexmark toner cartridge that will automatically realign when replaced.  This device features a Parallel interface and fast Ethernet capabilities for simple set-up and connectivity to multiple computers. With its numerous features, this affordable printer handles everyday print jobs at the office with ease.

The Lexmark Optra T610N toner cartridges will eject Thermal Monochrome Pigments for printouts that are more resistant to water and smudging. Additionally, the Optra T610N will be able to print directly onto a wide range of specialty envelopes and papers including cardstock and transparencies. The efficient and space-saving design will enable users to easily fit this printer easily onto their desktop or work area.   It also contains 2 large 350 sheet Input Trays for less paper exchanging while printing jobs.  This simple design makes for a more reliable and durable printer that can last and produce printouts at stunning speeds for a personal workgroup printer.

For the best deals on Lexmark Laser toner, cheap toner is offered in Remanufactured cartridges.  For individual purchase you can get the Remanufactured Lexmark 12A5845, 12A5745 High Yield Black Laser Toner Cartridge and the Remanufactured Lexmark 12A5845 Black MICR Toner cartridge.  Each Remanufactured cartridge will meet or exceed the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) cartridge, yielding up to 25,000 printouts before needing to be replaced.

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