Lexmark is probably the first brand name that comes across when it goes about printers and their constituent parts. This vendor from the USA with headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, has proved to be a pioneer in advanced printing technologies, serving the needs of millions customers around the world. According to 2012 official financial results, the company earned some $3.8 billion in revenue, the best part of which came from international sales.
Along with printing machines, Lexmark provides software services to further improve consumer experience. As explained by the vendor, all the products totally correspond to present-day environmental and social requirements, thus leading the company to the top-tier segment. This greatly facilitates in achieving sustainability goals.
Today Lexmark’s inventory of products involves:
- inkjet printers. Despite the fact that the company ceased the development of inkjet units in 2012, it continues selling them around the world with dedicated support services. One might find in the box such models, as OfficeEdge Pro, Prevail Pro, Prospect Pro, Pineacle Pro, Platinum Pro, Impact, Intuition, Interpret, and others.
- Laser printers. These involve black-and-white and color units of ‘T’, ‘E’, ‘C’, and ‘W’ series.
- Multifunction models. This line consists of units (black-and-white/color) that combine the functions of traditional printers as well as scanners, copiers, and fax machines. They are basically intended for corporate use, supporting network connectivity, document sharing and authentication procedures.
- Cartridges, toners and other bundled printer elements.