- Compact footprint.
- Terrific-looking output.
- Robust connectivity options, including mobile.
- Competitive running costs.
- ADF is not auto-duplexing.
- Archaic control panel.
- No flash memory drive support.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Canon’s imageClass MF267dw is a respectable entry-level monochrome laser all-in-one, but for just $50 more, its MF269dw sibling with a larger, auto-duplexing automatic document feeder is a better value.
February 7, 2020
Editors’ Rating: good
A step down from our Editors’ Choice model MF269dw, Canon’s imageClass MF267dw ($249) is an entry-level monochrome all-in-one laser printer designed for small or home offices or workgroups with low to medium print and copy volumes. Like its sibling, it prints exceptionally well with reasonable running costs (for an entry-level laser printer, that is). However, for the $50 you save by not choosing the MF269dw, you give up automatic two-sided copying and scanning and a few other conveniences. Even so, if an auto-duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF) isn’t a must for your office needs, the MF267dw is well worth consideration.
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