The accolade follows a number of industry awards for the office supplies company in recent times.
Reviewing the Lexmark E352dn for PC World, Melissa Riofrio praised the printer’s ability to handle a heavy workload and its speed – with text samples printed at a rate of 33 pages per minute and emerging "smooth, precise and black".
Summing up the appeal of the printer, she commented: "The E352dn is compact enough to fit in a small-workgroup environment, but it’s got the power and expandability to accommodate growing needs as well."
Ms Riofrio also enjoyed the two-line LCD, which allows messages to be relayed in full English, and the many additional features included in the price.
The high output rate of the E352dn adds credence to Lexmark’s recent remark that spending a little extra to ensure they have a top-notch printer in their workplace would save harried British workers – who it claims take an average of 3.4 days to wind down from work when on holiday – time, money and an awful lot of stress.
Lexmark has businesses in over 150 countries worldwide, with an annual turnover of $5.0 billion (£2.5 billion), according to its website.