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Brother - Business Smart Pro MFC-J6930DW Wireless All-In-One Printer - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use printer

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    Bruno
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    This printer is easy to use and has great quality for the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome printer

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    SupraGuy
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    This is by far the best printer I've purchased. Easy to use. Prints documents quickly and easily. Upload docs quickly. Just a superb item.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very capable MFC

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    SurfingJohn
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    If you are considering the Brother MFC-J6935DW you may want this option instead. This is the same all in one as the 6935 but without the Inkvestment cartridges and it's black versus white. But this all in one will use the same cartridges as the 6935. You just have to purchase them later. So far this has been an excellent printer for me and set-up was as easy as it can get. It is big. Like office big. But if you have a printer table for it to set on and the room you'll have no problem giving it a location to set at. Print speeds are fast in normal so I find no need to use draft. Colors are not as saturated as in a photo printer but then this is not a photo printer. It is a office/home office printer. Presentation Tabloid prints do look acceptable though when printed on high quality inkjet tabloid paper. The lower paper tray can be extended for use with 11x17 paper and has a front cover to keep the paper from getting dirty. Printing envelopes from the back feeder was simple and I had no jams. The build quality is on par with office machines and the parts look and feel like the same you would expect of corporate office machines. The display screen has a mat finish and is easy to view. One note that really doesn't have anything to do with function is in the picture the top section of the machine is shown in gloss black but my unit and I'm sure all production units are all mat black. I've used Brother printers before and have never had any problems out of them. With all the trouble Epson is having with their print heads I'm pleased I decided on Brother

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Inkvestment Printer without the Cost

    Posted
    Hangdogdaddy38

    If you are considering the Brother MFC-J6935DW you may want this option instead. This is the same all in one as the 6935 but without the Inkvestment cartridges and it's black versus white. But this all in one will use the same cartridges as the 6935. You just have to purchase them later. So far this has been an excellent printer for me and set-up was as easy as it can get. It is big. Like office big. But if you have a printer table for it to set on and the room you'll have no problem giving it a location to set at. Print speeds are fast in normal so I find no need to use draft. Colors are not as saturated as in a photo printer but then this is not a photo printer. It is a office/home office printer. Presentation Tabloid prints do look acceptable though when printed on high quality inkjet tabloid paper. The lower paper tray can be extended for use with 11x17 paper and has a front cover to keep the paper from getting dirty. Printing envelopes from the back feeder was simple and I had no jams. The build quality is on par with office machines and the parts look and feel like the same you would expect of corporate office machines. The display screen has a mat finish and is easy to view. One note that really doesn't have anything to do with function is in the picture the top section of the machine is shown in gloss black but my unit and I'm sure all production units are all mat black. I've used Brother printers before and have never had any problems out of them. With all the trouble Epson is having with their print heads I'm pleased I decided on Brother. I think you'll be too no matter which model you choose.

    I would recommend this to a friend