High recommended and maximum volume ratings. Robust security for price. Good print quality.
Lacks Wi-Fi Direct and NFC. Somewhat steep running costs. No USB thumb drive or flash card support.
- BOTTOM LINE
Lexmark’s entry-level C3326dw color laser printer produces quality output, is relatively fast, and supports most operating systems and platforms. Aside from the high running costs typical of lower-end laser machines, there’s little to complain about.
November 27, 2019 11:49AM EST
Editors’ Rating: Excellent
The Lexmark C3326dw ($279) is an entry-level, single-function color laser printer designed for use in small offices or workgroups or as a personal desktop printer. Like our Editors’ Choice low-end color laser, Brother’s HL-L3270CDW, the Lexmark prints well at relatively fast speeds, though it costs a bit more per page to use. Otherwise, this is a highly capable printer and a strong alternative to our current color laser favorite.
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