Lexmark has just recently unveiled their All-in-One (AIO) inkjet printer at the Fifth Annual Small Business Summit with the Pinnacle Pro901.
This is probably a follow-up to all the AIO printers that were revealed last year around Fall, but this one is designed for small to medium business and small and home office users. Like most Lexmark printers it has the 4-in-1 capability of print, scan, copy, or fax, but I don’t have any information if it will be wireless. Are we at the point where any printer these days has to be wireless?
The big bragging right of the Lexmark Pinnacle Pro901, is the cheap price of ink cartridges. They are only $4.99, and are able to print 500 pages. Lexmark is glad to say that this is “a penny a page”. The cartridges, as well as the SmartSolutions and an industry-leading 5-year warranty, have earned the company the 2010 Hot Tech Demo Award.
The Pro901 has a 4.3 inch capacitive touchscreen, and it also has several one touch printer apps, available for download from the Web. I have the X7675 Lexmark on my desk at home, and I have used the Interact before, and as fun as the touchscreen is, buttons works just fine.
The Pro901 will be available in April for $299.99.