Lexmark's 'Future-Proofed' And 'Over-Built' Machines
Lexmark has unveiled its new lineup of printers and MFPs which are built to withstand a life cycle of millions of pages, in some of the toughest environments. To achieve this, the company said it has "over built" the machines, all of which come with steel frames, simplified paper paths to eliminate user interactions that come with jams, and toner cartridges designed for thousands of pages to increase the time spend printing versus the time opening doors and drawers on the device.
Some models are equipped with dual processors and 500-gigabyte hard drives, to keep up with the computing demands of today's workplace, and "future-proofed" for the workplace of tomorrow, the company said. The devices come equipped with a host of apps customized to the industry the machines are deployed in.
Here's what partners need to know about Lexmark's historic printer launch.