Lexmark Genesis S815 specs

By Simon Williams

Reviewed:

specs
Quick Glance
Paper Size A4 - 8.27" x 11.69", A5 - 5.83" x 8.27", B5 Envelope - 6.93" x 9.84", C5 Envelope - 6.38" x 9", DL Envelope - 4.33" x 8.66", Envelope No. 10, Envelope No. 7 3/4, Envelope No. 9, Envelope No. 6 3/4, A2 Baronial, A6 Card - 6.25" x 4.62", B5 - 6.93" x 9.84", C6 Envelope - 4.49" x 6.38", Executive - 10.51" x 7.24", Legal - 8.50" x 14", Letter - 8.50" x 11", 4" x 6", 2L, Chou 3 Envelope - 4.72" x 9.25", Chou 4 Envelope - 3.54" x 8.07", Chou 40 Envelope - 3.54" x 8.86", Kakugata 3 - 8.50" x 10.91", Kakugata 4 - 7.76" x 10.51", Kakugata 5 - 7.48" x 9.45", Kakugata 6 - 6.38" x 9", 5" x 7", 5.12" x 7.09", 3.94" x 5.91", 3.94" x 7.87", 4" x 8", Kakugata 2
Printing
Duplex Automatic
Paper Size A4 - 8.27" x 11.69", A5 - 5.83" x 8.27", B5 Envelope - 6.93" x 9.84", C5 Envelope - 6.38" x 9", DL Envelope - 4.33" x 8.66", Envelope No. 10, Envelope No. 7 3/4, Envelope No. 9, Envelope No. 6 3/4, A2 Baronial, A6 Card - 6.25" x 4.62", B5 - 6.93" x 9.84", C6 Envelope - 4.49" x 6.38", Executive - 10.51" x 7.24", Legal - 8.50" x 14", Letter - 8.50" x 11", 4" x 6", 2L, Chou 3 Envelope - 4.72" x 9.25", Chou 4 Envelope - 3.54" x 8.07", Chou 40 Envelope - 3.54" x 8.86", Kakugata 3 - 8.50" x 10.91", Kakugata 4 - 7.76" x 10.51", Kakugata 5 - 7.48" x 9.45", Kakugata 6 - 6.38" x 9", 5" x 7", 5.12" x 7.09", 3.94" x 5.91", 3.94" x 7.87", 4" x 8", Kakugata 2
Sheet Capacity 100 sheets
Features
Card slot Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Secure Digital, MMC, xD-Picture Card, xD-Picture Card Type M, xD-Picture Card Type H
Networking IEEE802.11b/g/n

naums

February 3, 2011, 1:42 pm

Not sure if this is ugly or beautiful. Currently think the former.





Vertical scanning is indeed a problem with sizes smaller than A4 (e.g., photos, receipts, etc.).

MrGodfrey

February 3, 2011, 10:20 pm

Of course, they could be really radical and simply go back to producing high-quality single-purpose inkjets; they seem to be hard to find now. I know for many consumers convergence is useful here, but some of us still want a proper scanner and a proper inkjet, not a "jack of all trades, master of none" device.

Premfab

February 5, 2011, 1:31 pm

Not sure if it does it more me. However, I applaud the innovation. Keep the ideas coming guys ...

Xman

February 9, 2011, 6:16 pm

I love this printer

Ioana

September 6, 2014, 5:53 am

Very bad experience with this printer. First, uses ink like crazy. The cartridges to replace - OMG - I bought them from Amazon, were not good (for this printer). I called Lexmark, they told me - of course - I would need to use genuine cartridges. If bought all 4 cartridges are almost $80.00. If one runs out, the printer does not work anymore. Printing does not seem fast at all (I am not a specialist) I don't even like the quality of the printing. I thought I am using an all-purpose paper, maybe that is why. But even with a more expensive paper, prints the same. Then after about one year, while I was changing the cartridges, I got an error. Called Lexmark and I was told that the printhead needs to be changed. Being in warranty they send a new printhead, and it did not work. They ended up sending a new printer. Six months later, while changing cartridges (genuine), prints only in yellow. Called Lexmark they suggested I should change the printheads again. AGAIN????? I asked...They said "we understand your frustration, and can give you a discount of 10%" since the printer's warranty ran out :( This is unbelievable!!!! This is on a printer, used at home, that doesn't run more that 50 pages per month - sometimes not even 20 pages. I would not recommend this printer to anyone.

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