The Lexmark series of medium and large workgroup color products introduced in January of 2016 incorporate a 1.2 GHz quad core ARM Cortex A53 processor supplemented by a performance-enhancing cache complex, making it the most powerful printer system on a chip that Lexmark has ever shipped. Together with high-speed memory transfer, processor-direct solid-state drive interface, and reduced power requirements, the controller supports the series’ class-leading print and copy performance.
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