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Lexmark Introduces Multiple 2400 x 1200 dpi Printers in Sub-$100 Segment

Tuesday, May 01, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

LEXINGTON, KY, Apr 30, 2001 -- As part of its long-term commitment to providing value-packed printing solutions designed with customers' needs in mind, Lexmark International, Inc. (NYSE: LXK) today introduced the color-infused 2001 Z-line of inkjet printers. Sporting a fresh new look, Lexmark's new inkjets offer industry-leading resolution and best-in-class print speeds across all price points, bringing consumers unparalleled print quality and value. With the 2001 Z-line, which includes the Z23, Z33, Z43 and Z53 Color Jetprinters, Lexmark again delivers high-end print technology at consumer-friendly price points and redefines the sub-$100 category it pioneered in 1997. For example, the newest Z-line boasts multiple sub-$100 printers with 2400 x 1200 dots per inch (dpi) resolution and seven picoliter microfine color drops for brilliant photo quality. Lexmark's signature features, available on all models, offer users ultimate ease-of-use. These signature features include one-click driver installation, quick open-and-load cartridge installation, Accu-Feed paper handling and LexExpress next business day exchange warranty. "Lexmark recognizes the importance of quality and affordability when choosing a new printer for the home or office," said Tim Craig, Lexmark vice president and president of its Consumer Printer Division. "The 2001 Z-line offers an ideal balance of best-in-class features, functionality and ease-of-use ‹ all at price points that fit within the budget of any customer."

 

 

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