Excerpt: Set up was very easy out of the box. The 3220dn weighs in at 31 lbs which is a back saver. It performs as promised: printing, scanning, faxing. While I have only had the 3220dn for less than one month, I am very satisfied. I bought Xerox because I am hoping that the company known for quality printers at the high end is passing that quality down to its entry level MFP printers.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Fast Operation, Full Mfp Functionality, Great Print Quality, Quiet, Reliable
Excerpt: This printer is not the worst one ever made. Once you figure out how to use it, it's sort-of-fine, just annoying mostly. Trying to figure it out, though, is a challenge. I was dismissive of such comments before buying this printer ("How hard can it really be," I thought). I should not have been. To say that it isn't intuitive is an understatement.
Summary: I wish we could offer a better review but this is a terrible WorkCentre. This copier doesn't copy 2 sided via the feeder despite the description. The feeder constantly jams making it next to impossible to send a fax. Paper jams are a daily occurrence and black streaks are often on our copies. Once we get a new one we are taking it out back for a reenactment of office space. Point being, the only thing it is good for is making a single copy. Keep shopping.
Excerpt: Once set up, this printer works great. The install went very quickly, until I realized it somehow knocked my entire network offline because of (I think) the way it assigned it's own IP address on the network. Xerox was useless trying to figure out the problem. If you are going to install this printer on an office network with a real server, have a professional do it. I've never had that kind of problem installing a network printer on a server but it was a nightmare.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Fast Operation, Great Print Quality, Quiet, Reliable