Lexmark P310

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  • Expert Rating

    1.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 248.99 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Vickie

4.5

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Pros
Great Picture Quality
Cons
Could support higher dpi pics
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First of all the picture I'm seeing above is a photo of the P315, NOT the P310 which I have. The P310 does not have the card reader, viewer screen, etc. This little printer I have is a work horse. The pic quality is sharp and colorful, the lexmark #33 cartridge lasts a very long time, and can even print up to 100 4x6 pics. It does take a little longer for the photos to process, but big deal. It's not THAT long. I have it sitting by me here on my desk, so the pics come out on my desk when finished, no problem. For me this is a great little printer, but it all depends on what the needs of each person are. This little P310 cost me 11.00 (new in box) off of ebay, I don't pay more than 10.75 for the ink cartridge, and I get 100 sheets of kodak photo paper for less than 6.00 again, off of ebay, so I can't complain.

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