Comparatively fast. Good print quality. High volume ratings. Auto-duplexing ADF. USB thumb drive support.
High cost per page versus duty cycle. Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct are add-ons. Automatic-reversing ADF.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Ricoh SP 330SFN monochrome all-in-one laser printer produces quality output and can churn out thousands of pages a month, but its lack of Wi-Fi connectivity and high running costs mean it’s not a perfect fit for all small offices.
June 18, 2019 5:00PM EST
Editors’ Rating: GOOD
The Ricoh SP 330SFN Black and White Laser Multifunction Printer ($305) is an all-in-one machine designed for light- to medium-duty use in small offices. Like most similar machines these days, the 330SFN churns out high-quality black and grayscale output, and it’s competitively fast. Its running costs are high enough to relegate it to lower-volume environments, though, and you have to pay extra for wireless networking and Wi-Fi Direct. These two somewhat small complaints aside, the 330SFN has way more strengths than flaws and holds up well in today’s highly competitive monochrome AIO market.
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