|Faster Processing |
Improve your print, scan and copy speeds by taking advantage of 256 MB of memory and an 800 MHz dual-core processor.
Easily print up to 6,000 pages per month, plus enjoy fewer maintenance hassles, thanks to our state-of-the-art paper handling.
Keep Jobs Moving
With a maximum input capacity of up to 850 sheets and a high yield toner cartridge, you won’t have to add paper or change cartridges as often.
Get Work Done Quickly
Enjoy print speeds up to 35 pages per minute, plus print or copy your first page in as little as 6.5 seconds.
High Resolution Graphics
With up to true 1200x1200 dpi resolution, images and graphics stay crisp. Lexmark 's Unison Toner ensures consistent quality, too.
Very good value for a multipurpose machine5/7/2014
I purchased the Lexmark MX310dn for $160 when my 13 year old laser printer needed a $200 replacement drum. Right now, it's embarrassing to admit to liking a piece of office equipment so much. It is so much better than my old laser printer. The Lexmark is REALLY FAST! Pages print and scan very quickly and the quality is very good. The ability to do 2 sided printing and scanning is a huge time saver. Having the printer on the network means all our computers can access it wirelessly. Although I haven't needed to replace the toner cartridge yet, it appears that ordering directly through Lexmark means you get a 10,000 copy cartridge for about $200, which is actually less per copy than my previous unit. Setup of the unit was a little bit of a challenge: I couldn't get the fax to work with my previous phone setup, but plugging the Lexmark directly to the phone line and then sending the output to the phone solved the problem. (This is how the instructions describe the hookup, my previous fax unit wasn't so particular) Initially, I could not copy from the flatbed scanner, but a call to Lexmark tech support led to a firmware update and resetting of defaults, and now flatbed copying is very good. There are a huge number of setup options with the unit, which are much more easily done with the browser interface than on the unit itself. This requires setting the unit up on the network, determining it's IP address, then typing that into your browser. The amount of options is much more than I need for my tiny business, but I see it would serve a larger business extremely well. I've had the Lexmark for 3 weeks and aside from the issues getting it set up, I am extremely happy with it.