Printer maker Lexmark joins the growing list of companies to offer Mac OS X native drivers for its products. The company has recently released drivers for several of its Mac-compatible printer models. To see if your model is supported, please consult
Lexmark’s Web site.
When Apple released Mac OS X in late March, it did so with limited support for print capabilities. Apple offered generic printer drivers, and drivers that worked with some specific models of Apple and third-party printers. Since then, however, several companies have offered updates.
Hewlett-Packard was one of the first out of the gate, with OS X drivers for many of its LaserJet printers. HP is promising other driver updates throughout the next several months to bring most of its line up to speed for OS X as well. Brother has also released Mac OS X drivers for its Mac-compatible printers and SOHO devices, as well. Epson, likewise, has joined the party, providing OS X-compatible drivers for some of its popular Macintosh-compatible printers.
For more details about Lexmark’s efforts, visit the company’s Web site at the URL above.