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Lexmark X9575 Professional Inkjet Multifunction Printer

  • A4 Multifunction Inkjet Printer
  • Scanner, Copier, Fax
  • 6.0cm LCD Screen
  • Up to 33ppm Mono Print Speed
  • Up to 28ppm Colour Print Speed
  • Up to 4800x1200 Optimised dpi Resolution
  • 150 Sheet Input Tray
  • 50 Sheet ADF
  • Memory Card Slots, PictBridge
  • Networked, WiFi, USB
  • 5 Year Warranty upon Registration

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Lexmark X9575 Professional Inkjet Multifunction Printer

The Lexmark X9575 Wireless All-in-One with Fax offers the convenience of wireless technology combined with efficient two-sided printing and business class speeds for increased productivity.

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Lexmark X9575 Professional Inkjet Multifunction Printer Reviews and Questions

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Review Lexmark X9575
  • Review by:
  • Paul Rogers
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  •  3 stars

The printer was fine for a few months but developed a fault in feeding paper. I contacted Lexmark and the printer was replaced approx. 1 week ago.

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  • Review by:
  • Connor Parkinson
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  •  2 stars

Had cartridge alignment issues from the very start - kept on calling Lexmark to get help and advice. They got me to reset etc etc and the printer would work for one or two sheets but then screw up. Went through everything to sort it until finally they agreed to send a new cartridge. Has been fine ever since but it was a mission to get it sorted. The Wifi system on the printer does occasionally interfere with our systems as well, but we paid 100.00 for it so you get waht you pay for I suppose!

  • Question by:
  • Miss J Clark

Does this product have a scanner preview?

Our Comment:

No. The LCD screen is used purely for printing directly from a memory card - it's too small to use for anything else and you wouldn't really be able to make out enough detail in a scan to make use of it. You use the screen when you insert a memory card from your camera, this way you can see the actual picture rather than just a file name. Again though, the screen is a little on the small side so you may not be able to see a lot of detail from the picture, just enough to identify the ones you want to keep and print.

Thanks for your question, we hope this has helped.

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