All the functionality of a premium office laser printer at a price that will suit the small business. On paper, the Lexmark MB2236adw looks like the kind of serious all-in-one laser printer that you’d expect to find in a large office. It certainly has all of the features, including duplex printing, a large 50-sheet automatic document feeder and raft of security options. In the flesh, it is smaller than expected and manoeuvring it from the box to our test bench was an easy one-person lift.   Scaled down to suit the small office and a smaller workgroup, it’s easy to accommodate the Lexmark MB2236adw and the price of around £148 (about US$194, AU$270) is surprisingly accessible too. It doesn’t have the paper or toner capacity of premium machines like the Xerox WorkCentre 6515, which is why Lexmark recommends a lower maximum monthly duty cycle of  30,000 (compared with Xerox’s 50,000). It is also slower and lacks a touchscreen interface, but the feature set is actually very similar, which means the Lexmark would suit a wide range of small businesses.   If the Lexmark MB2236adw looks a little top-heavy, that’s because the scanner bed overhangs the printer by a few centimetres on eith...