Lexmark International is giving a color inkjet printer free of charge to every school in the United States that requests one through its Print Art Educational Program. Lexmark says its program is designed to expand and enrich the art and cultural education resources in elementary, middle, and high schools in districts nationwide.

The Print Art Educational Program includes a free color inkjet printer, a "print gallery" CD-ROM, and a teacher's guide. The printer features art-quality resolution and comes with a warranty and the proper cabling. The print gallery is the product of an exclusive collaboration between Lexmark


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