LEXMARK Z65N DRIVER
Yet a disturbing feature of the Z65n was the amount of detail being lost in the red area of the boys clothing shown above. Ultimately this printer would be suited to those wanting a small amount of reasonable quality prints with a high level of ease of use. The curved design is quite stylish and build quality is good. Those with more confidence in setting up and configuring inkjet printers would be far better off looking at offerings from Canon and Epson. Both colour graphics and photo printing were also very slow. There are commonly used procedures in the ‘I want to’ menu and you have the option to save settings.
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TerryMcK and 59 others liked this. Ultimately this printer would be suited to those lexark a small amount of reasonable quality prints with a high level of ease of use. Printer settings in the driver are set accordingly but this feature can’t be relied upon with all paper types.
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It is a slightly higher featured model than the Z65, adding network printing functionality. Using some ICI satin paper our standard test print showed the Z65 to be capable of producing fine details well but also exhibited poor levels of colour saturation with ,exmark print appearing dull. Finer details of the image were shown well but the glaring over-saturated red areas spoilt the print.
Both colour graphics and photo printing were also very slow.
However the paper choices are limited and we’d like to see a wider selection available. The text performance of the Z65n was average, with the normal quality mode being reasonably sharp.
Yet a disturbing feature of the Z65n was the amount of detail being lost in the red area of the boys clothing shown above. Producing the best results so far, skin details showed up very clearly producing an average photo-realistic print. An interesting ‘pick the best photo’ experiment has been taking place on the internet and now, the results have been announced so let’s find out which smartphone, the world, thinks takes the best photos.
Despite numerous attempts I could not get the Network printing function to 6z5n and then the printer had to go back.
Lexmark Z65n Inkjet Printer Review
The printer driver uses the same system as other Lexmark printers we’ve seen and it is sensibly laid out. The details in the darkest areas of this image were shown well but the print lacked the photo-quality feel of the Canon S print.
Print quality Our print samples varied considerably. Create a free account to like this page. Testing this for the first time I have to admit I was impressed. Here are some of the main features the Z65n offers. Overall, lexmari having easier to spot ink droplets the S produces a more pleasing to the eye print. Login Join for Free. In fact, the majority of this review would be lesmark in a Z65 review.
Twin paper trays offer extra convenience. Combined with the high dpi printing this means they won’t last long and the printer will be more expensive than average to run.
Get the latest photography news straight to your inbox by signing up to our newsletter. They are also not cheap, costing z6n 22 for the black and 25 for the colour and they also don’t offer a very large capacity.
The Z65n was unveiled with a press release that included such bold statements as ‘Photography buffs will appreciate the superb detail and vivid colour’.
USB, power and network connections are located at the rear. There are no comments here! Comparing the same print from the Z65n and the Canon S, the Z65n ink drops are harder to spot. Visit our Competitions Forum, where you’ll find our monthly competition and other external competitions to enter.
Lexmark Z65n Inkjet Printer Review