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Brother MFC-8680DN High-Performance Laser All-in-One Machine with Networking and Duplex

by Brother

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  • Fast printing and copying, up to 32 pages per minute.
  • Advanced duplex capability.
  • Flexible connectivity. Install on USB or on wired/wireless networks.
  • Legal-size document glass.
  • 50-page capacity auto document feeder.
1 used from $299.00 2 refurbished from $339.00


Technical Details

  • auto-document feeder

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 49.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 60 pounds
  • ASIN: B00302H6ES
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

Product Description

High-Performance Laser All-in-One for your Business or Small Workgroup. The MFC-8680DN offers every function and feature that you would need in a laser all-in-one product for your small/medium business or workgroup. Its built-in duplexing (2-sided) is standard for printing, copying, faxing and scanning, and it even has a 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray convenient for printing envelopes, labels or various types of card stock. It also features a USB direct interface to print from or scan files to your USB flash memory drive.

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Customer Reviews

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Print/Copy functions are easy and fast.
Realtor
I called Brother support, and they had my uninstall and reinstall everything, and then told me "too bad."
Carla
I couldn't be happier with this machine, well worth the money.
Dahonorable JBL

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Leonard Lafrance on June 14, 2010
After getting a Macbook Air and finding out that my HP OfficeJet 845xi was not supported (what does that say about HP), I decided to buy a Brother MFC-8680DN and what a pleasant surprise -- I took it out the box, plugged it in and it worked, no questions asked. Recently, I changed my network and it caused problems connecting to my MAC laptop -- I called Brother and got brilliant support and what a pleasant surprise -- they directed my support call to a tech specialist that specialized in both Brother and Apple -- what a pleasant surprise -- HP is done selling me printers.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Bonagofsky on August 22, 2010
Great print speed (32 ppm!), very good print quality. Legal size flatbed scanner. A workhorse of a machine for a small office and a really great price (though I did find it cheaper at my local Costco). Reasonably priced refills on the 8,000 high capacity copy toner cartridges mean that the cost-per-copy is superior to most other brands.

This is a solidly built machine, not a flimsy feeling hunk of plastic like some other brands I might mention (HP, Xerox Phaser series, Samsung). This was my second Brother printer to replace a different brand (this one replaced a substandard Xerox Phaser multifunction machine, and my HL-2170W replaced an HP Laserjet 1020). Brother is doing it right, and in my opinion, is the best small business printer/MFC manufacturer these days. I've shopped around for a long time and tested a lot of machines before buying, and Brother was the best I saw.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Realtor on September 24, 2010
I bought this all in one to replace a high end HP that I bought 8 years ago. Installation took less than 15 minutes and that includes loading the driver. The main reason I choose this unit was the ability to scan to a PDF and have the file either emailed to me or deposited into a file on my computer. I took about 15 minutes to figure out how to configure the email but once I located the proper set-up screen it was a snap. The network feature works seamlessly with all four of our laptops (one is a MAC) and only required 5 minutes to install the driver. Print/Copy functions are easy and fast. I haven't tried the duplex yet but I consider that a bonus. The printer came with the high volume toner cartridge (8000 copies) compared to the standard HP 1000 copy starter cartridge. Price at Costco was just $349.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John A. Gosnell on March 16, 2011
I bought this model as a refurbished unit. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. This is a whole lot of printer/copier for the money spent. I may be finished with the cheap HP crap forever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DJY51 VINE VOICE on March 31, 2012
When this machine is working properly, it's amazing: fast, few jams and clear documents. BUT, it is designed to make you spend much more money than you should. I have had a notice about my drum being near it's end and I have used the machine for over 30,000 copies (no that's not a typo) since that message surfaced. About 10,000 copies ago, I got a notice that I needed to replace my fuser. I reset my printer, and while it still says that, I can print.
The support staff at Brother is largely useless. When I called to find an authorized dealer in my area, I was told there was no place near my zip code, and asked if I had another zip code. Yikes. They don't even have searches with distance parameters.
While the machine is very inexpensive, the supplies are exorbitantly pricey.
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