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Lexmark CS310dn Colour Duplex Network Laser Printer $140 Delivered Warehouse1 via eBay


Just bought one of these cheapies for my Dad to replace his 5+ year old Xerox cheapie which is about to die. Genuine toner cartridges are expensive as per all other similar calibre machines however non-genuine cartridges can be bought for less plus there seems to be some sort of 'return' cartridge system available through Lexmark too. I thought $140 was a pretty decent price for a Networked Colour Duplexing Laser Printer (not Wireless though). Seems to get reasonable reviews on Amazon too.

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  • -3 votes

    This printer was not built using a 3D printer.

  • I need mono duplex printer. No network access necessary. Any deals out there?

  • Cheaper to buy two printers than buy the complete set of 4 replacement cartridges. Cheapest set of 4 replacement cartridges I can find is $304.

    Cartridges have a refill plug. Unfortunately they also have a chip that needs to be replaced if you refill yourself.

    • As per most laser printers, the cartridges included are only 'starter' cartridges which have even less yield than the standard yield cartridges. This is how they keep the initial price so low and it isn't really a trick as they've all been doing it for years. The main reason they do this is because they offer different yield replacement cartridges leaving it up to the user to decide which is best to suit their needs ongoing eg. no point including $500 worth of high-yield cartridges from the factory when the user only plans to print a few things per year.

      • Well, no. No point including high yield when you want to make money off supplies…

        It's the razor blade model, has been for a long time.

        Hell, if they could con people into buying printers with no ink, they'd be even richer!

        • Ha, of course! No problem disagreeing with their sales tactics but I wish you luck buying a low-end printer that doesn't follow this model hence why I posted this bargain. Each to their own.

    • If they are like its other toners it is one screw or a piece of glue to pull the chip off and replace, but I am not allowed to do so at my workplace cause we chug through toner.

      I can't remember if these are the ones with the easy change fusing unit but it will cost more than the machine after 200000 pages I think most Lexmarks live.

    • Damn, and I thought inkjet refills were obscenely priced.