Lexmark X2310 Reviews
Product Type: Lexmark All in one Printer
Description:Model ID 0019M0015 / Lexmark X2310 - Multifunction ( colour ) - ink-jet - copying (up to): 12 ppm (mono) / 12 ppm (colour) - printing (up to): 15 ppm (mono) / 15 ppm (colour) - 100 sheets - USB / Lexmark delivers high-powered solutions, services and supplies that meet or exceed ... more
Lexmark X2310 ... the needs of customers ranging from the small office to the large corporate enterprise. Years of printing industry leadership, coupled with a close relationship with its customers, allow Lexmark to develop high-quality, easy-to-use business products and services.
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