Lexmark’s Highly Capable MC3224dwe Multifunction (MFP) Color Laser Printer

Lexmark MC3224dwe Review at PCMagPROS

  • Above-average print quality.
  • Strong connectivity (including Wi-Fi Direct) and OS support.


  • No ADF.
  • Expensive to use.


The Lexmark MC3224dwe prints well and quickly for an entry-level AIO, but high running costs and the lack of an automatic document feeder relegate it to low-volume environments.

ByWilliam Harrel February 11, 2020 
Editors’ Rating: Good

Lexmark’s MC3224dwe ($299) is an entry-level color laser all-in-one printer designed for small and home-based offices and workgroups. Like its rivals, which include Brother’s MFC-L3770CDW and Epson’s inkjet laser alternative, the WorkForce Pro WF-C5790 Network Multifunction Color Printer (Editors’ Choices both), it prints well and comes with a wealth of convenience and productivity features. But it lacks an automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multipage documents to the scanner, and it costs more to use than several competitors, including the two PCMag favorites just mentioned. Otherwise, the MC3224dwe is a more than capable multifunction (print, scan, copy, and fax) color laser and reasonably well suited for low-volume print and copy environments.

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