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Lexmark Announces Windows XP Compatibility

Press release from the issuing company

LEXINGTON, KY-Oct 25, 2001-- Lexmark International, Inc. today announced that it is offering support for the Microsoft Windows XP operating system across its consumer line of inkjet printers and All-In-One products - another example of Lexmark's commitment to providing imaging solutions that accommodate a wide variety of work styles. Beginning today, Windows XP driver software may be downloaded from Lexmark's website at www.lexmark.com. The 2001 Z-line of Color Jetprinters, including the Z53, Z43, Z33 and Z23, and the X83, X73 and X63 All-In-Ones will all offer XP compatibility. In addition, drivers for earlier models - the Lexmark Z-2 and Z-1 series of Color Jetprinters as well as the 1000, 1100, 3200 and 5700 Color Jetprinters and Photo Jetprinter 5770 - will also be available. "Windows XP empowers consumers with its intuitive user interface and robust feature-set, making it easy to acquire, organize and share digital photographs across the Internet," said John Frederikson, general manager of Windows marketing at Microsoft Corp. "Lexmark's products, with their ease-of-use features and photo-quality print resolution, will give users the power to experience their digital memories with Windows XP and easily share them with family and friends." As part of its strategic relationship with Microsoft, Lexmark will be participating in a variety of launch activities for Windows XP, including market-specific events and web-based activities.

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