LEXMARK NOW SELLS BLACK OEM INK CARTRIDGES FOR $5.00 !!!

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LEXMARK NOW SELLS BLACK OEM INK CARTRIDGES FOR $5.00 !!!

 user 2010-01-11 at 11:04:24 am Views: 42
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    LEXMARK NOW SELLS BLACK OEM INK
    CARTRIDGES FOR $5.00 !!!

    With the
    shear number of vendors that show up at the Consumer Electronics Show in
    Las Vegas, a company usually has to do something pretty flashy in order
    to get attention. However, Lexmark has won a CES Innovations award (in
    Computer Peripherals category) for a product, the Platinum Pro905 Inkjet
    All-in-One, whose best feature is that it can save businesses a nice
    chunk of change by lowering the standard cost of ink cartridges.

    For
    its top-of-the-line Platinum Pro905, Lexmark cartridges now cost $4.99
    for black ink, which equates to about $0.01 per page. The three color
    cartridges cost $9.99 each, so a replacement for all four cartridges
    will cost about $35. That’s a nice savings over most color inkjets in
    which four replacement cartridges can typically add up to between
    $75-$125.

    Lexmark said that it heard loud-and-clear from its
    small business customers that they were tired of paying so much for
    inkjet cartridges and that they resented the “razor blade scheme” of
    buying cheap printers and then having to overpay for cartridges.

    The
    cost of the Pro905 itself is $399 retail. The other value proposition
    is that it comes with a five-year limited warranty.

    The device
    functions as a printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine. In addition to
    Ethernet, it has 802.11n wireless built-in. Lexmark also recently
    launched an iPhone app called LexPrint that allows iPhone users to print
    photos directly from their smartphones.

    The Pro905 has a 4.3?
    color touchscreen that includes functionality for Web-connected printer
    apps, which Lexmark calls SmartSolutions. I’ve never really gotten the
    concept of wanting to have apps on a printer (HP has been touting this
    recently, too). However, in the demo that I got at CES the Lexmark
    people did a nice of job of explaining that these apps are like macros
    for common tasks. For example, if you regularly scan documents and then
    email them to your lawyer or accountant, you can use an app to automate
    it for you. Just put the document in the Pro905, activate the app, and
    press a button.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfNCF2mkWLQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5T7rnc92vk
    http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=29164