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Lexmark CX431adw Printer $464.99 (Was $768.90) + Delivery @ MediaForm

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MediaForm has a great offer for the Lexmark CX431adw. This printer is perfect for home, office or small business use.
Delivery is around $9.90 for metro areas. Accurate shipping is calculated at checkout. FREE SHIPPING is available for the bundle deal.

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The Lexmark CX431adw 24ppm A4 wireless colour multifunction laser printer (40N9575) is a small workgroup colour versatile device, easy to deploy and share in its compact, lightweight design, offering output at up to 24 ppm*.

Colour Laser
Duplex (2-sided) Printing: Integrated Duplex
Duplex Scanning, Copying & Faxing
Print Speed: Up to 24.7 ppm
Recommended Monthly Page Volume: 750 - 5000 pages

Comes with:
Lexmark CX431adw Colour Laser Multifunction Printer, 1,500-page Colour (CMY) Print Cartridges, 1,500-page starter Black Print Cartridge, Power Cable, Worldwide Printer Setup Sheet, Software and Documentation CD, Worldwide Safety Information Sheet, Warranty Information

Also available in a special savings bundle that includes all the toners and extra warranty + FREE SHIPPING: https://www.mediaform.com.au/bundle-lexmark-cx431adw-24ppm-a...

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  • +2

    Any deals for a similar printer (specifically duplex printing AND scanning, and if it can email said scan even better) but in mono? I've been looking at the Brother MFC-L2750DW for ages but stock has been pretty poor

  • +1

    What is availability and price of toners like?

    • We are in stock of all the standard, high yield and extra high yield toners.

      If you type in CX431 into the search bar, all the toners and their prices come up :)

        • can you please explain what the return program is?

          • @ameel: it is just the name Lexmark has for the standard yield toners

            • @dealducky2021:

              return program

              Aren't you "suppose" to return the empty cartridge to be refurbished? Hence the discount?

          • +2

            @ameel:

            Just like it’s done for many years, Lexmark offers its Return Program, which is a loyalty program that provides customers with a free high-yield toner cartridge for every 10 toner cartridges sent back to Lexmark for recycling. It also provides a free imaging kit when needed. Consumable prices under the Return Program tend to be significantly cheaper.

            I don't know if this program is valid in Australia as it's a US source for the above.

            Edit: Found the Australian version of the program and it's worse.

            Supplies sold at a discount versus the prices of regular cartridges
            Customer agrees to use cartridges once and return to Lexmark for remanufacturing or recycling.
            Note: Not all supplies are available through the Return Programme

            And then:

            These patented cartridges are licensed for single use only and will stop working after delivering a fixed amount of ink and/or toner. Ink and/or toner may remain in the cartridge when replacement is required.

            So you:

            • Agree to send the cartridges back.
            • Get no free cartridge every ten returns.
            • Agree to replace the cartridge before it is really empty.

            On second thought, I think I'll stick to the Brother MFC-L3770CDW.

            • @Chris McMahon: Thanks Chris. The Brother MFC-L3770CDW looks like a good alternative.
              edit: There does not appear to be any stock available.

      • That's expensive. 100$ for 4 pack for brother mfc9330cdw. Printer itself was 375$.

  • +2

    Whenever you choose a printer, also take toner/ink cost into consideration as that typically would make up for majority of your cost.

    I made a bad decision in the past by buying a very cheap color inkjet printer as I don't print much. Then covid came and home schooling meaning kids needs to print more and I ended up paying 10x the cost of the printer in less than 2 years in order to run it.

    Just bought a mono-laser printer and definitely not going to make the same mistake. Also check the cost of toner and factor it into your total cost of ownership.

    • Definitely agree with you, long term costs such as toners and parts are important to take into consideration!

      Lexmark as a B2C (home use) printer is one of the best price per page value you can get on the market.
      For their standard black toners that yield 1,500 pages, it costs about 0.054 cents to print per page. Majority of their toners can equate to less than half a cent per page.

      • https://www.mediaform.com.au/samsung-proxpress-m4070fr-40ppm...

        I am looking for a budget one, is this one good or not.
        Thank you in advance.

        • Hey, this is a good printer too. The only thing is that it is not wireless and cannot be connected to network.

      • it costs about 0.054 cents to print per page.

        Are you sure? Do you know the difference between cents and dollars?

        Are you suggesting that I can print ~18 pages for 1 cent?

        Or do you mean it costs 0.054 dollars per page, ie 5.4 cents per page.

        Majority of their toners can equate to less than half a cent per page.

        So that's <$0.005 or <0.5 cents?

        • +1

          my apologies, it is dollars :)

  • +2

    omg cheapest colour laser with duplex scanner ADF I've ever seen. great deal, OP!!!

    • +1

      Ahh no not its not. Bought this last year during vic lockdown 1.0. Its colour laser mfc with all the goods I needed and cheaper than this one, plus cheap toner https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/brother-wi...

      • Does it have duplex scanning and copying? Doesn't say on the spec pdf.

        • No that was the one model up, the 3770 I believe. So I was wrong, thought it did, never had to use it

      • +1

        While the MFC-L3750CDW has duplex printing, it only has a single sided ADF scanner. You'd need to step up to the MFC-L3770CDW to get the same duplex ADF scanner as this Lexmark.

        • I was waiting for a MFC-L3770CDW to come into stock at Umart for $500. They've been sold out for a while, and my Fuji-Xerox 205fw is recently cactus.

          Wish I could find some review comparing the MFC-L3770CDW to the CX431adw.

          Although the $400 MFC-L3750CDW is tempting. As far as I can see that $100 is only for the 2-sided scanning.

  • +1

    Thanks for the deal bought one!

  • Can this printer use third party toner or only oem Lexmark toner?

    • I believe it only uses oem Lexmark toners

  • +1

    Thanks OP

  • OP how does this compare to the Brother MFC-L3770CDW

  • -3

    In my opinion, beats the Brother MFC-L3770CDW.

    It is much more durable and can handle huge print loads to that of the Brother.
    Its on going costs associated with toner much lower and provide greater value for money (cost per page) compared to Brother.

    Due to the Brother Printer shortage, a lot of customers are discovering Lexmark to be the better alternative.

    • +2

      I searched and found that a 4 pack toner for Brother is about $100 for 2500 pages, whereas 4 pack Lexmark costs shy of $400 for 1500 pages.

      Can you please explain how the "on going costs associated with toner much lower and provide greater value for money (cost per page) compared to Brother"?

      Thank you!

      • +1

        Guess they couldn't explain their math πŸ˜‚ brother ftw

      • Hi, can you please show me where you found the brother toner $100 for 4 pack?

        • Inkstation has a set for ~$175. They offer a 15-20% off coupon quite often, so $140-150.

          • @Chris McMahon: Is there any long term issues with using generic cartridge?

            • @Darkshrimp: As long as your using reputable ones like inkstation and not ebay refilled then its all long term saving……. Just don't update your firmware

              • @Dezeption: what happens if you update the firmware?

                • @witsa: Printer manufacturers basically only push updates to block non genuine cartridges/toner, it's rarely if ever a security update. So the 3rd party sellers need to then update their chips to make them compatible again.