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Lexmark GO Line™ Multifunction Printer Garners Top Awards
Better Buys and designate top awards to the Lexmark MB3442adw.

Lexmark, a global imaging solutions leader, today announced its MB3442adw multi-function printer, part of the Lexmark GO Line™ series, has been honored by Better Buys and PC with coveted Editor’s Choice designations. The MB3442adw is a 42-page per minute monochrome MFP that offers duplex scanning, copying and faxing with the convenience of a digital touchscreen and built-in Wi-Fi, all in a compact footprint.

Better Buys Editor’s Choice Award
In selecting the Lexmark MB3442adw for its Editor’s Choice Award, Better Buys independently evaluated and compared the device against the competition on a range of criteria, including unique features, value to the customer, and price.

Better Buys commended the Lexmark MB3442adw for providing enterprise-level features— including extra-high-yield toner capacity, a 2.8" color touchscreen, and strong security features—in a smaller, lower-cost device.

“The MB3442adw is a black-and-white MFP that targets small- and medium-sized businesses that need an affordable and efficient device,” said Melisa Pardo-Bunte, Editor, Better Buys. “It includes the strong security features that are present on Lexmark’s other devices. Some of those features include confidential print, user authentication, network security and document security.” Editors’ Choice Award
After measuring overall performance, functionality and output quality in an independent lab test,, a leading authority on technology, honored the Lexmark MB3442adw with its coveted Editors’ Choice award. describes the Lexmark MB3442adw as compact, quick and multilingual. “The light, compact Lexmark MB3442adw MFP is relatively fast, prints well, and supports high print volumes for the price,” said William Harrel, Contributing Editor, PC “This makes the MB3442adw a good value for any office south of the enterprise.”

The Lexmark GO Line™ series, which includes the MB3442adw, offers a broad range of devices for small workgroups that are impressively easy to use and maintain.

Brock Saladin, Lexmark senior vice president and chief revenue officer, said, "We developed the Lexmark GO Line™ series to provide enterprise-level features on smaller, lighter devices designed for the SMB. We’re proud of this recognition from Better Buys and, and the tremendous response from customers using the Lexmark GO Line™ series of printers."

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About Better Buys
After more than 20 years as a trusted authority on office equipment, Better Buys is now a software resource site dedicated to helping companies in the market for various business software, such as Business Intelligence solutions, HR Software, CMMS Systems and more, as well as printers, copiers, and scanners. Leveraging an experienced team of in-house editors, Better Buys offers a range of content and resources designed to help organizations make smarter purchasing decisions, including expert reviews, authoritative whitepapers & reports, insightful market research, comprehensive buyer's guides, and more. For more information, visit

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About Lexmark
Lexmark creates innovative imaging solutions and technologies that help customers worldwide print, secure and manage information with ease, efficiency and unmatched value.

GO Line™ is a trademark of Lexmark.

Lexmark and the Lexmark logo are trademarks of Lexmark International, Inc., registered in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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