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Lexmark B2236dw Monochrome Compact Laser Printer, Duplex Printing, Wireless Network capabilities (18M0100), White/ Gray, Small
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|Printer Output Type||Monochrome|
|Printing Media Type||Paper (plain)|
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- Compact dimensions for ease of placement.
- Prints up to 36 pages per minute.
- 1-Ghz processor and 256 MB of memory.
- Two-line LCD shows device status and menus.
- Wi-fi plus USB and Ethernet connectivity
- Form factor: Print Only
- Paper size: 8.5 x 14
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From the manufacturer
When space is at a premium, the B2236dw is easy to find a place for, with dimensions of only 14 inches wide, 13.1 inches deep, and 8.5 inches tall [35.5 cm wide x 33.3 cm deep x 21.5 cm tall].
Output that works
With printing at up to 36 pages per minute, 1-GHz dual-core processor and 256 MB of memory, the B2236dw offers impressive performance. With up to 251 sheets of input, up to 6000 pages of available toner capacity, and recommended monthly page volume of 250 to 2500 pages, the B2236dw supports steady, reliable output for up to four users.
In addition to Ethernet and USB connectivity, standard on-board Wi-Fi makes it easy for both desktop computers and authorized mobile users to get output via the Lexmark Mobile Print app.
Reduced operational costs
Standard two-sided printing and energy-saving modes reduce operational costs.
Lexmark's comprehensive approach to product security is a design and engineering mandate across our entire product portfolio. Our security features help keep your information safe—in the document, on the device, over the network and at all points in between.
|Lexmark B2236dw||Lexmark MB2236adwe||Lexmark C3326dw|
|Functions||Print / Copy / Scan / Fax|
|Print Speed (Pages per Minute)||36 ppm||36 ppm||26 ppm black / 26 ppm color|
|Display||2-line LCD Display||2.8" LCD Display||2-line LCD Display|
|Connectivity||Ethernet, Wireless||Direct USB, Ethernet, Wireless||Ethernet, Wireless|
|Color Capabilities||Black & White||Black & White||Color|
|Mobile Print Support||✓||✓||✓|
|Starter Cartridge Yield (Black/Color)||700 / N/A||700 / N/A||750 pages / 500 pages|
|Replacement Cartridge Yield (Black/Color)||up to 6,000 / N/A||up to 6,000 / N/A||1,500 standard / 2,500 High Yield|
|Auto 2-Sided Printing||✓||✓||✓|
|Recommended Monthly Print Volume||up to 2,500 pages||up to 2,500 pages||600 - 2,500 pages|
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|Color||White/ Gray||White||Gray/White||Grey & Black||Black/Grey|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wi-Fi, USB||Ethernet, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, USB, NFC||USB|
|Item Dimensions||17.40 x 12.30 x 16.50 inches||7.50 x 13.60 x 6.30 inches||8.70 x 14.30 x 14.50 inches||14.20 x 14.00 x 7.20 inches||14.20 x 14.00 x 7.20 inches|
|Item Weight||15.60 lbs||8.00 lbs||—||15.90 lbs||15.00 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||36 pages per minute||19 pages per minute||40 pages per minute||32 pages per minute||26 pages per minute|
|Maximum Media Size||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Linux, Linux, Windows||Windows, Mac||Linux, Mac, Windows||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac|
|Print media||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Card stock, Paper (plain)||Paper (plain), Envelopes, Labels|
Compact, connected, and affordable, the high-performance Lexmark B2236dw features monochrome output up to 36 pages per minute Plus two-sided printing. Standard Wi-Fi offers enhanced connectivity and support for mobile users, while a 1-GHz processor and 256 MB of memory ensures solid performance and Lexmark full-spectrum security helps to protect sensitive information.
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Note: I was not sponsored or offered any discount for my review. I bought this with my own money and my opinion isn't for sale.
Try to print another 60 page job, for some reason stops at 20 pages, light is blinking, ink levels are fine, check to see if there is paper, there is, add more anyway just in case, then hit ok because it’s not giving me a reason.
Starts printing again, starts printing from the beginning.... then gets to the same page and starts all over again. Press cancel... won’t cancel, turn it off and back on, starts printing again... the same thing... go to my computer and cancel the printing job... it finally stops.
Cautiously I try and print something else, check to see if maybe it was just a glitch. I start off with 5pages... does fine, no problem. I test with 10 pages, it’s prints 2 pages, light starts blinking again, says it’s waiting. This time I cancel the job on my computer before I start doing anything on the printer. Hit cancel on the printer, once again, starts printing over again, not caring, at all, that the job has been canceled... I hold the power button and force reboot and it finally not printing when I turn it back on..
Literally the worst printer I’ve ever had, was supposed to make things easier and made it worse. I’m apparently better off just using my cheap canon to print a couple pages at a time, and printing it one page at a time to get double sided.
I am amending my review after using this printer for awhile. I changed my rating from 2 to 4 stars. It takes some getting used to.
I was used to just putting things in the manual feed slot (checks, envelopes, special paper, etc.) and my old printer would always auto-select it when it sensed something there. This one, you need to make sure your print option is manual feed to avoid problems/jams.
It still always defaults to duplex when I don't want it, making my print twice sometimes and waste more paper than its green "enviro-leaf" symbol is trying to save, but oh well, the wacky world we live in now.
[old review below]
I run a busy small office. I keep a printer on my desktop for small jobs, printing checks, and envelopes, and I send large jobs to my network printer. I have used this printer for a few weeks now.
First the good:
This printer is fast and the print quality is good.
1. The separate single feed slot that I use for checks and envelopes doesn't draw well and has to be almost always separately selected when a job is sent to print. It jams all the time. A big waste of time and this problem alone means that I would never recommend this printer.
2. When regular letter-sized paper is put in the main tray, you have to open the rear door of the printer (like you were using over-sized paper) and leave it open, else the main tray won't fit in.
3. I don't duplex much of my work, but it keeps reverting to duplexing after every time I change the settings (I guess it's trying to force "saving the planet" on me, instead of allowing me to use it how best works for my business)
Once I jammed the thing back together, it printed just fine. Setup was simple, for a printer with a 16 character display. Worked fine, but I dont keep products that arrive already broken.
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My journey started at roughly 6pm. After an hour and a half of not being able to connect it (since there are no instructions for wireless setup) being pretty tech savvy I didn't think it would be too hard. Well it was! I googled and read and watched videos and downloaded an install assist app until I was too annoyed for lack of anything helpful and went to the store to buy a darn cable. You see according to one video it was super easy to connect it to WiFi. It did seem to be yes although my printer just wouldn't.
I came back from the store and it connected fine with the cable, but no I couldn't leave it like that because I bought it for the wireless printing. Another I don't know how long went by trying to see the printer settings I might have missed and trying to connect it again and again. Getting an error of it not connecting to the wifi after being sure that it was the right password. I noticed the printer wasn't displaying an IP address which I understood was because it wasn't connecting, but I still couldn't find out why. I later found something online about "Connecting the printer to a wireless network using Wi‑Fi Protected Setup" And I thought that I hadn't done that yet so I gave it a shot. I followed the steps and got an ok message. The page I found didn't explain what to do next so I got out of there and saw that the printer now had an IP address and I thought I would search for it on my computer again and hope it showed up now. IT DID!! OMG! This finally happened at about 10:30pm.
Anyone who read this I so hope your set up is easier than mine. I couldn't let this pass without letting others know. Yes the printer is just fine and does what I wanted, but the setup was a nightmare!! So much so I now have a headache! So there you go for the longest review I have ever written and hope to write ever!
I encountered a strange problem with the printer which almost caused me to return it. After un-boxing I was unable to remove the toner tray - it was stuck inside the printer & wouldn't budge . After considerable effort - during which I feared breaking something - I noticed that a small wire spring/clip along the right track had moved (in transportation, perhaps?) and was blocking the tray. Using a small screwdriver I pushed it back into position & was finally able to remove the tray.
I bought this on sale for C$70 - I think it's worth that, but wouldn't pay much more.