Pros Scans, faxes and prints double sided
Cons Hinges break so lid won't close properly. Printer replaced under warranty with a refurbished (secondhand) printer. Hinge broke on second printer. Coloured inks - always one that won't print unless you deep clean which empties ALL ink tanks quickly.
Summary Don't bother
Pros None. It's not even cheap!
Cons Print quality. Always broken. Never works. Software is clunkly. won't stay connected to my network. Printer NEVER works when you need it.
Summary If you paid me $1 Million dollars and gave me the printer, I would not use it. It is terrible!
Pros copying i guess.
Cons constantly loses connection to wifi, loud, several errors
Summary it sucks!!!!! i've had this printer for a couple years and it turned into junk just a little after i got it. you always have to reconnect it to wifi. its garbage, save your money!
Pros Nothing that someone better doesn't offer.
Cons A continuous print head error problem that technical support, nor, Lexmark can figure out how to solve.
Summary I will not be using Lexmark products in either my home or business in the future. They need to fix not only their products, but, their customer service treatment also. I bought from them because they are made where I live and wanted to support a neighboring business, but, they have lost my support.
Pros None so far
Cons Wastes ink. Ink is too expensive. You have to buy all 4 cartridges to print in black.
Summary I bought this printer only 8 months ago and I regret buying this printer. My first and last Lexmark purchase. I am going to explore other brands. Although I had other issues with this printer, my most enduring problem is the yield of the ink. I have it set to print with Black ink only and to use the fastest print setting, yet it uses ink at a very high rate. I can not afford to replace the ink every month. At $200 a piece and high cost of ink, this printer is VERY expensive to own. I replaced the black ink and within a couple of weeks, it was already at middle level and then, it stopped printing altogether because the colored inks were low. I only print in black but I guess printing in black ink also uses up the colored ink. How does that make sense? I am now having to shop for another printer because my Lexmark Prevail Pro705 just became a VERY expensive paperweight.