Never, ever buy a Lexmark printer. My disastrous experience includes, but not limited to some of the displeasing events I'll tell about that occured before I throw it away.
The first problem didn't even take a month, my original Lexmark cartridge, broke inside the machine on my 4th or 5th usage of it. I didn't move the printer, not even opened the lid before it started making funny noises all of a sudden and I found it inside.
After that, things got worse every time I used it. The printer had the habit of taking the paper diagonally, and ruining it inside and give me a crumpled, inky output that could barely pass for paper, so I had to put every page one by one, holding it and forcing it to go straight.
When my cartridge was almost finished, it started to print everything messy. Every letter was printed 3 times, forming a triangle, all intersecting and unreadable. I bought a brand new cartridge, and it didn't get any better. That's when I throw it away, I could use only 1 cartridge and the printer ruined itself.
I can not deny that it did print somewhat acceptable in my first 3 printings, but that's a high price to pay for just that. I wouldn't own a Lexmark product again even if they offer to pay me money for it.