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Brother printers are usually outstanding. We've had an MFC for quite some time. Very easy to set up, etc. we decided to go with a color laser/led printer. We picked this one up and we're very excited about all its features. Unfortunately, we had to return it because it was producing a paper jam each and every time we printed. We thought we'd keep it and hopefully it would remedy itself. But, it just kept jamming and not in a good way. The replacement process was very easy. Best Buy allowed me to exchange it with no questions asked. So far it has been performing as expected. I have the product 3 stars because I'm still uneasy about printing and worried it will jam like the other one, again, not in a good way. Hopefully, this one will work out just fine like the other Brother, no pun intended.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Brother hits a home runPosted
Is this a fast scanner that comes with a full color laser printer or a fast laser printer that comes with a single pass duplex network scanner? Can it possibly be both? Over the years, I've purchased various machines for my home which claim to be "All in One". Invariably, they compromise in one direction or another. The scanner might be slow or the printer might jam on double sided prints. The Brother MFC-L3770CW does it all. The prints are sharp, accurate, and colorful with good contrast. On photographs, it prints as well as any non-photo inkjet and better that most of the ones I've owned. Certainly better than the HP all-in-one inkjets I've used in the past. Printing is relatively fast. Single sided is significantly faster, as you might expect. Pages print at ~25 pages per minute, after a short warm up period. If it's the first page of the day, you might wait 25 seconds, otherwise it's 4 seconds before the first page out. Toner costs ~$0.10 / page, on the higher side compared with ink jets. Once 3rd parties begin making cartridges, the cost per page should drop significantly. Scans are fast and clear. For a grey, non-searchable PDF, the scanner screams at 34 pages / 68 images per minute. The images are clear and comparable to the original. Color scans are only 18 ppm / 36 ipm, but still faster than many commercial copiers. If you want the PDF to be searchable, it adds ~10 seconds per image at the end of the scan before saving to USB, a network folder, or your favorite cloud service. You can also use the flatbed for scans. Brother also makes a mobile app (both Android and Apple) allowing you to print from your device or scan directly to it, instead of the cloud. The unit interfaces with many popular cloud services including Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, OneNote, Evernote, and Box. For each integration, the printer allows multiple accounts. My entire family uses Gdrive. Each of the four of us has our separate Google accounts registered to the scanner. There are 18 shortcut buttons which make it easy to and to your favorite service/account with one touch. It will also allow for scanning directly to email. Email addresses can be entered directly from LCD panel. Tl;dr: Brother's All in One laser delivers on the promise of high speed printing and scanning at a reasonable price that should work for any busy home or small office.
I would recommend this to a friend