Wireless All-In-One Machine Connection!

  exipnakias 15:03 22 Aug 2007
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Hello guys.
I'd like to ask u something.
I am in about to buy a Lexmark All-One-Machine (Copier, Scanner, Printer and Fax) but it says that it is wireless.
My problem is that I don't know exactly how I will manage to connect it with my PC. I have DSL, and a Local Area Connection only to my computer (I don't have a wireless network). My computer doesn't have bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

So how I will connect the machine with my pc. I have to buy a router and make a wireless network and connect my pc to that network? (I am also not sure how i will do that). I Have to buy a bluetooth USB ?

When it says it is a wireless machine, it means that I will not be able to connect it direclty to my pc with a wire USB ? I have to use the wireless method only ?

I am speaking about the Lexmark all-one-machine X9350.

Thanks in advanced! (I hope to be in the right section ;) )

  Fingees 15:13 22 Aug 2007

According to spec of it, it also can connect via usb port,

Double check however before you buy.

I just Googled and found the spec.

All the best

  Stuartli 15:33 22 Aug 2007

The wireless feature is a bonus.

Last time I looked at the Epson website (I have an R300), the wireless feature for it was listed at more than £200.

That would have been more than twice the cost of the R300..:-)

  exipnakias 17:15 22 Aug 2007

thanks a lot!

  Stuartli 18:54 22 Aug 2007

Another Lexmark wireless all-in-one on offer at Tesco:

click here (£30 off)

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