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Lexmark X6575 Wireless All-in-One - Print Speeds & Running Costs

By Simon Williams

Reviewed:

Summary

Our Score:

7

Overall Score

7

Scores In Detail

  • Value 6
  • Print Quality 6
  • Print Speed 6
  • Features 8

Alex 5

August 2, 2008, 7:46 am

If it is anything like the x6570 that I just bought and finally got installed (Hint for Mac owners: Turn your firewall to "All All Incoming connections" just before you install the software and after your finished turn it to "allow only essential connections" on a MacBook Pro, you should realize that you will have to USB it if you want to scan anything into a document or sit infront of the All-In-One and do it manually and send it back to the computer since it can not do it wirelessly, it can how ever fax and print from the computer.

Big Vern

April 9, 2009, 9:48 pm

I bought an X6575 just 6 weeks ago for home use. I am very pleased with having printed a few colour images and about 50 sides of text.


I am not pleased that the prompts are already coming up saying I have to order a replacement black ink cartridge. At that rate it works out at about 50 pence a sheet which is ridiculous. The cartridge came with the printer and was claimed to be high capacity. Brilliant printer for what I want at home, but it will be destined for eBay if consumption is this high. Is there a print counter at all?

Support Tech

December 5, 2013, 3:43 am

One word garbage. Lexmark can't even supply drivers for any OS other than windows.

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