A heavy duty printer is crucial for the success of any large business. Especially if there is a need to print fast, create high quality texts and images which should also endure quite a bit of wear and tear. Because of this, these business-ready printers are quite expensive. This is why it is important to be smart when choosing your printer. Lexmark, known for producing affordable yet high quality printers, is one of those brands that you can trust when you are looking for one. With that said, this is a Lexmark C792DE Printer review made to help you decide which printer is best for your needs.
The C792DE is Lexmark’s entry to the tightly contested heavy duty printer class. Weighing at just over 100 pounds and a volume of almost 30 square inches, this printer is as bulky as they come. But this printer comes equipped with a lot of tools on its sleeve that would make you want it. Equipped with a 1.2GHz processor and a 512MB RAM that can be expanded up to 1.5GB, its processor is one of the best in the market today. Also, printing is done via a laser printing system that promises to combing speed and quality in one potent package. As far as speed is concerned, Lexmark claims that it can print as fast as 50 pages per minute. And while printing high quality images is considerably slower (4.2 ppm for photos to be exact), this is still considerably quick. And with a resolution of 2400 x 600 dots per inch, it produces one of the crispest printing results that you can see on a printer. Resolution can even be adjusted into a much higher 1200 x 1200 dpi, with image quality almost as good as it was on text, with minimal rough spots and oversaturation. The interface used for this printer is a 4.3 inch touch screen that promises intuitive inputs and simpler navigation. This package is completed with a 1 year warranty from Lexmark that can be extended for a price.
The next part of this Lexmark C792DE printer review is to actually share the experience of owning one. When it comes to printing, there are only a few out there that can be considered as its equals. With printing speeds one of the best in the world today, you are going to have crisp prints in just a fraction of the time. Also, true to the tradition of Lexmark printers, it comes loaded with a lot of standard equipment that are optional for most of its competition. And this printer is built to last, with an ideal printing workload of between 2500 to 17000 pages a month. On the downside, as has been observed with other Lexmark printers, there’s a risk of oversaturation when printing high quality images. In addition, the LCD, while easy to use, can be quite slow at times. And cost per page is a bit on the high side for this category, no thanks to its relatively expensive cartridges.
All in all, I have a lot of positive things to say in this Lexmark C792DE printer review. It has worked effectively for me so far, so I see no reason why it shouldn’t work well for you.