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Lexmark MB2236adwe - Laser Printer

Enjoy the convenience and clarity of a bright 7.2-cm (2.8-inch) e-Task color touch screen. Embedded workflow capabilities include scanning to network, scanning to email and Lexmark's own Cloud Connector to help you to integrate printing and scanning with popular cloud file storage services. And a direct-print front-panel USB port makes it even easier to get things done.


  • Printer Type: Laser Printer
  • Printer Technology: Laser
  • Printer Interface: USB 2.0; IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Printer Speed: Black: 36 cpm
  • Printer Output: Monochrome
  • Print Max Resolution ( B&W ): 600 dpi x 600 dpi
  • Duplex Printout: Duplex
  • Printer Fonts Included: 2 PCL bitmap fonts, OCR-A, OCR-B scalable PCL 5e fonts, For more information, refer to the Technical Reference., 84 scalable PCL fonts, 3 of 9 scalable PCL 5e fonts in Narrow, Regular and Wide
  • Printer Language Simulation: PCL 6 emulation; PCL 5e Emulation
  • Duty Cycle: 30000 pages per month3
  • First Page Out: 8.5 seconds
  • Printer Processor Type: Dual Core 1 GHz
  • Processor / Clock Speed: 1.00 GHz
  • RAM / Total Installed Size: 512.00 MB


  • Printer / Media Type: Paper Labels, Card Stock, Plain Paper, Envelopes, Refer to the Paper & Specialty Media Guide
  • Printer Media Size (Standard): A6, Oficio, 7 3/4 Envelope, 9 Envelope, JIS-B5, A4, Legal, A5, Letter, B5 Envelope, Statement, C5 Envelope, Executive, Universal, DL Envelope, Folio, 10 Envelope


  • Width: 415.00 Mm
  • Depth: 360.00 Mm
  • Height: 352.00 Mm
  • Model: Lexmark MB2236adwe

System Requirements

  • System Requirement: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 7 x64, Windows Server 2016, Windows 8.1 x64, Windows 7; Support is provided through AirPrint and AirScan only; openSUSE Linux 15, Debian 9.4, Debian GNU/Linux 8.11, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04 LTS, openSU

Power / Battery

  • Power Consumption Operational: 460 Watt

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