The Lexmark X520 MFP combines print, copy, fax and color networking scan capabilities into one easy-to-use device. The unit consolidates supplies needed for print, copy and fax functions, and its duplex printing and multi-up capabilities save paper. The compact digital unit is designed to save space, and documents that are scanned into the unit can be faxed or e-mailed. Users can also expect a 20 ppm count without compromising image quality. The X520 MFP works with Lexmark Document Distributor software, which allows the user to implement customized document work-flow solutions. In addition, Lexmark Document Distributor can handle complex document work-flow problems such as routing, indexing and archiving capabilities with one-touch simplicity and accuracy. The X520 MFP is network proven with a standard 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet port to provide easy network connections and high performance throughout. Lexmark International Inc., (888) 539-6275, www.lexmark.com.
This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2003 issue of THE Journal.
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