Lexmark was founded by IBM in 1991 as a hardware manufacturer of printers, the name came from “Lex” from there head office address in Lexington and “mark” for “marks on paper”. In 2012 Lexmark stopped production of inkjet printers, focusing on the business market. In 2016 Lexmark was acquired by Apex Technology and PAG Asia Capital and the document management software side of the business was spun off to the Kofax division.
Lexmark is best known for their printer range and pioneered the business model of profitability through consumables (ink/toner) in the printer market. Utilising their printing technology Lexmark introduced a range of MFP photocopiers aimed at both small users, medium users and high volume users alike. Lexmark copiers are known for reliability, quality output and cost-effectiveness. Fully multifunctional the range offers copy, print, scan, fax and email.
Lexmark MFP copier machines come with full-colour touchscreen display and models are available for both colour and mono production.