Relatively fast. Good print quality. High maximum duty cycle. Supports USB thumb drives.
Expensive to use. No Wi-Fi Direct or NFC.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Lexmark MC3326adwe color laser AIO is fairly quick and prints well, though its running costs are on the high side, relegating it to a low-volume print and copy solution.
ByWilliam Harrel November 10, 2019 2:48AM EST
Editors’ Rating: GOOD
Lexmark’s MC3326adwe ($299) is an entry-level color laser all-in-one printer (print, copy, scan, and fax) suitable for relatively light-duty use in small or micro office or workgroup settings. The MC3326adwe lists for $100 less than our current Editors’ Choice entry-level color laser AIO, Brother’s MFC-L3770CDW, and it has higher duty cycle and recommended monthly print volume ratings. On the minus side, it costs more to operate than the Brother model. Also, its automatic document feeder (ADF) doesn’t support auto-duplexing for scanning and copying two-sided multipage documents. Like most of the Lexmark machines we’ve reviewed, this one prints and copies well and it’s pretty fast, making it a viable alternative to the MFC-L3770CDW, but it falls a little short of claiming our top pick.
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