Lexmark’s MC3426adw ($499) is an entry-level-to-midrange color laser all-in-one printer designed for use in small-to-midsize offices and workgroups. Like its higher-end MC2535adwe sibling (a PCMag Best of the Year product for 2019), the MC3426adw prints well and comes loaded with features. But it’s also significantly slower and costs slightly more to use, which, despite its high volume ratings and paper input expansion options, makes it a somewhat less efficient high-volume print and copy solution—especially given the modest $100 difference in list price between these two machines. If your volume requirements are relatively low (say, fewer than 1,000 prints and copies each month), the MC3426adw makes a little more sense. If, however, you print and copy a lot of color pages, that $100 difference becomes insignificant.
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