The versatile Lexmark X422 is a small workgroup printer with a wide range of functionality. With print output speeds up to 22ppm at a professional 600 x 600 dpi resolution, the Lexmark X422 is designed to meet the demands of your print environment now and in the future. We stock a comprehensive range of accessories for this versatile all-in-one printer designed to enhance productivity and print handling. These high-quality genuine Lexmark components will snap securely into place for a robust and long-lasting upgrade.
Boost your productivity
In its basic configuration, the Lexmark X422 is designed to handle up to 350 pages in a 250-sheet paper tray and a 100-sheet multipurpose tray. This gives the X422 excellent paper handling capabilities for a range of paper weights and sizes. But Lexmark acknowledge that the print needs of your organisation can change over time, which is why the X422 is designed to be quick and easy to upgrade either with a supplementary 250-sheet paper feeder or the larger 500-sheet model (only one extra tray may be installed at a time), giving a maximum paper input of 850 pages.
Enhance your printing capability
We also supply Optra Forms memory flash cards (16MB, 32MB) to upgrade your printer's ability to deal with complex documents and enhance printer speed. These memory flash cards slot neatly in place enabling your printer to buzz through documents combining text, graphics and photos with ease, and improving support for multiple print languages.
Why choose genuine Lexmark accessories?
Unlike third-party alternatives, Lexmark original accessories are manufactured to be a robust and long-lasting upgrade for your Lexmark X422. Whereas non-genuine alternatives take a 'one size fits all' approach and may compromise the paper path and the quality of your output, genuine Lexmark products are designed to integrate fully in the Best Together Lexmark print system. And all end of life genuine Lexmark consumables and hardware can be recycled through Lexmark's WEEE compliant recycling programmes.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.