Fast. High volume ratings. Good print quality. Strong security features. Comprehensive embedded web controls.
Lacks auto-duplexing ADF and NFC. Tedious drill-down menus on the two-line monochrome text display.
- BOTTOM LINE
The budget-priced Lexmark MB2236adw monochrome all-in-one laser printer is fast and churns out good-looking output, making it a great value for small and home-based offices.
The Lexmark MB2236adw ($292) is an entry-level monochrome all-in-one(print, copy, scan, and fax) printer designed for use in small or home-based offices and small work groups. It prints well, and it’s faster and has higher monthly volume ratings than more expensive competing models. Unlike most of its competitors, though, the MB2236adw doesn’t have an auto-duplexing ADF (automatic document feeder), which can be a significant inconvenience. Despite that, the MB2236adw offers enough great perks to make it a solid option for modest-volume small offices.
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