Lexmark’s MB2442adwe Mid-Volume Monochrome Multifunction Laser Printer

Fast. Good text quality. High maximum and recommended volume ratings. Single-pass ADF.

Expensive to use. Lacks Wi-Fi Direct and NFC connectivity. Slightly subpar grayscale graphics and photos.

The Lexmark MB2442adwe is fast, produces quality output, and has a high recommended monthly print volume, making it a solid monochrome AIO for small to medium-size offices.

The Lexmark MB2442adwe ($549) is a monochrome all-in-one laser printer designed for use in small to medium-size offices. Like its direct competitor, the Editors’ Choice Brother MFC-L6700DW, it’s made for work groups with medium to heavy-duty printing needs and is fast, prints well overall, and has an expandable paper capacity. However, the Lexmark model costs a bit more to run in the long term, making the Brother a better value. Aside from that, it’s a viable alternative for laser-quality monochrome printing.

Read the entire review at PCMag


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