Lexmark has released details of six new additions to its Z series of inkjet printers for 2002, incorporating "rich graphics capabilities", according to vice president Tim Craig.
The range will consist of the Z25, Z35, Z45, Z55, Z65 and Z65n. The majority feature typical print resolutions of 1,200 x 1,200 and 2,400 x 1,200dpi, while the three high-end models, the Z55, Z65 and Z65n, sport industry-first resolutions.
The Z55 will offer a 3,600 x 1,200 resolution while both the Z65 and Z65n models will feature 4,800 x 1,200 resolutions. The Z65n models are also expected to feature network capabilities in the form of an Ethernet connection.
"Throughout history, Lexmark has defined industry-leading resolution, and we do it again with the introduction of 4,800dpi," said Tony Hall, director of the company's Consumer Printer Division.
The high-end models are expected to be on sale by the end of April, with the low-end models earmarked to follow in June.
The Z55, Z65 and Z65n models will also feature automatic paper detection, automatic cartridge alignment and a choice of drop sizes. Prices will range from £49 to £179.
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