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Brother - MFC-L3770CDW Wireless Color All-In-One Printer - White-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 183 reviews

would recommend to a friend



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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Value

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Prints fast and quietly. Only issue is the duplex printing, it has issues printing in the the proper orientation even with the settings set as they should be

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great printer

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I agree the printer is heavy and getting it out of the box was difficult. Setup on the other hand was easy and wifi connection painless. I am using 24 bond paper and printing color two sides. The printer is flawless and I disagree with another review that black was purple. The printer is quick and much quieter than an ink jet. It does slow down with duplex printing due to the extra paper handling. This is not a photo printer but color is more than adequate for fliers and notices. The scanning is also duplex which is great for me. NFC is available as is printing from a phone or the cloud. The printer also includes a version of Paperport for OCR use. I wish I had this printer when I had my office. It may be overkill for home use but no ink to dry out. The toner has starter cartridges with about 1200 pages because Brother wants to start selling refils asap.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality for a good price

    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    This is the first laser printer I've ever owned. I've always stayed away from buying laser printers because of their cost and the cost of replacement cartridges but I also knew that laser printers were superior in print quality compared to inkjet. I think this Brother MFC-L3770CDW will change my mind about buying another inkjet printer. I mean the print quality on this printer can't be compared to a high quality inkjet printer. It is just that good. It has all the convenient features I need like AirPrint, duplex printing and scanning and web services. Other features worth noting. Scan to mobile: Scan a document then it will give you a QR code that you scan with your iPhone's camera (I don't use Android, so sorry) and it will upload it to your phone. Handy when you don't have time to fire up your computer. You can scan documents directly to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel or to apps like Evernote, Google drive, OneDrive and Dropbox and to a USB drive. NFC: If your Android (not available for us Apple users) device supports the NFC feature, you can print from your device or scan documents to your device by touching it to the NFC symbol on the printer. It draws power like an iron. It draws 430 watts when printing. In my case, if I've my fan on and I start a print job, the fan will lose some power for a bit. Oh yeah, just in case you plan on plugging this on a power strip, make sure it has a 3-prong outlet. Large footprint, well compared to an inkjet printer that is, and it's heavy. So, if you're putting this on your desk, make sure you have at least a 19.5" x 16.25 space on your table top and can support 54 pounds. Don't put this on an Ikea student desk! Just saying. You can connect to it via wireless 802.11 b/g/n (note: 2.4Ghz band only), ethernet, NFC, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 (cable not included) Toners vs. Inkjet cartridges Toners are very expensive. In all fairness though, they yield more pages than the regular inkjet cartridge so in the long run, they can be cheaper. This one uses 4 toner cartridges and the black (TN223BK) standard yield (1,400 pages) is about $56 while the 3 other toners cost around $70 each and they yield 1,300 pages. It seems like every time it's time to print on the inkjet printers, one or more of the cartridges is low. Sometimes, it's more cost effective to replace the whole printer especially when Black Friday rolls around. This unit comes with a set of starter toner cartridges that yields 1000 pages. Notable specs: 250 sheet tray; 50 sheet document feeder Prints 25 pages/minute black and color Output tray capacity: 150 sheets Maximum input for ADF: 8.5"/14" (width/height) Machine noise: 33db/47db (ready/printing) Print resolution (max dpi. @@@@@@@ : 2400 x 600 dpi Pros - Surprisingly quiet - Wireless mobile device printing; Wifi Direct, Airprint and Google Cloud print - Single-pass duplex (2-sided) copying and scanning - Duplex scanning, printing and faxing Cons - Toners are costly compared to inkjet cartridges - Large footprint This will definitely be my printer for printing important documents like resumes and legal documents. I'll use my inkjet for photos and greeting cards. It takes up a lot and stands out on the desktop but it makes me look professional. Overall, this printer covers all my needs and I'll be willing to buy toner cartridges when the time comes, hopefully later than sooner. You can visit their support page for more documentation and guides ->

    I would recommend this to a friend