Lexmark X6675 Ink Cartridges
The inkjet printing capabilities and superb functionality of the Lexmark X6675 are fantastic for home photo printing and small office uses alike. But in order to get the best results, it's important to use genuine Lexmark ink.
Genuine Lexmark ink
Our Lexmark X6675 Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridges work with the device to deliver stunning prints in bold, vivid colours, capturing bright shades, deep black tones and crisp lines, as well as generally producing professional quality photos. Their yields ensure that less downtime is needed in the changing of cartridges, and this latter aspect also creates less waste and less environmental impact. Generic ink cartridges offer none of these environmental considerations and instead produce a poor standard of prints, are not covered by warranty and may damage your machine.
Quick ink changes
The X6675 is a particularly user-friendly device, which even extends to its cartridge changes. Simply lift the scanner door and the cartridge holder will move to the centre of the printer. Next, press down the cartridge carrier latch to raise the lid and remove the used cartridge. Unpack the new one, being sure to remove the protective tape and insert the cartridge into the allotted space, closing the carrier latch behind it. Your printer will then be restored to full working order.
A functional, high-performance inkjet
The Lexmark X6675 Inkjet Printer offers superior photo printing as well as a range of useful office functions. Printing up to 25 pages per minute, the resolutions are superb: 1200 x 1200 dots per inch in black, 4800 x 1200 dots per inch in colour. A wide range of supported media sizes means the device is versatile enough to handle many office needs, and its excellent wireless functionality allows for even more convenience. The printer is compatible with Mac and Windows, and even supports USB connectivity.
*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.