By Thomas McKinnon 6 March 2009


It is actually surprising how long it took manufactures to start making their printers Wi-Fi capable.

Lexmark was one of the first and with the X7675 they once again show how wireless isn’t just convenient, but also hassle free to set-up.

Apart from the usual copying, printing and scanning, Lexmark also included faxing, making the X7675 Pro a good choice for SMEs.

The inclusion of a 2.4" LCD display, PictBridge and memory card reader enhances the X7675’s photo printing features, plus you’re also able to print from and scan to USB flash disks.

Compared to similar offerings the X7675 wasn’t as quick on the draw when it came to printing speed, and we have seen better quality when copying. Its small capacity paper input tray will also need refilling quite often.

Recently Lexmark did a lot to improve on their design, and it shows on this one. The X7675 will be a welcome addition to any small ­office. A liberal five year ­guarantee rounds the X7675 off nicely. Available for R2299 (incl VAT) from ­Computer ­Corporation on 08616-08616.

Wi-Fi, nice duplexing, of the better design seen on a Lexmark
So-so speed, copying quality not astounding, small capacity paper try.

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