Brother FAX-575 Personal Fax, Phone, and Copier
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- Convenient, easy-to-operate faxing
- Black-and-white copying with up to 400 x 400 dpi resolution
- 9,600 BPS fax modem transmits at about 15 seconds per page
- 512 KB memory stores up to 25 pages
- 50-Sheet paper capacity
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- Up to 10-Page Auto Document Feeder
- 50-Sheet Input Paper Capacity
- 512KB Memory stores up to 25 pages for Out-of-Paper Reception
- 104-Station Auto Dialing
- Convenience Copying with Sort
Fax unit, telephone handset, handset cord, power cord, phone cord, 30-page starter print cartridge, user's guide, warranty and registration card
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm very technical, so I was pleasantly surprised by all of the features backed into this inexpensive unit.
I'm highly skeptical of any inexpensive printing device, since manufacturers usually get your money on the replacement ink cartridges. I had no intention of using this machine for printing anything -- only SENDING faxes.
I was aware that fax resolution is always low compared to resolution of scanning a document or photo copying it. But, I figured all fax machines would be equally "low resolution". How tough can it be to hit a low standard?
The first thing I did was to send myself a fax by directing it to an incoming fax service I use (j2.com). I was disappointed. Upon digging into the specs of several fax machines I noticed that most decent fax machines provide 300x300 resolution (that seems to be the max...but is also very common). This fax machine provides less (note fax and copy resolutions are different).
I also noticed fax speeds are different: This fax machine advertises 15 sec per page. HPs I've looked at range from 3-6 seconds per page. HPs also handle color faxes. Entry-level HPs seem to run about $99 retail.
I also noticed that when I picked up the chinsy plastic handset I had static/noise in the background. Not obnoxious, but noticeable.
All in all, I'll pay a little more for something better. But if you don't care about fax resolution or speed, this may be fine for you.
It is NOT a business machine on any level. As with most things in life you get what you pay for, and this fax provides great value for its price.
Pros: plain paper, small footprint, easy to use
Cons: transfer cartridge annoying to replace. We rerolled it twice and it is still good (cheap, I know, but then I bought a cheap fax...)
This is indeed a "plain paper" fax machine. But it does NOT use "toner" or an "ink cartridge". It uses a "ribbon". What they call the "ribbon" is actually a looooong sheet (spool) of carbon paper (or something like it) on a roll. The number of pages you receive equals the length of "carbon paper" which will be used, no matter if the entire page is filled with print, or only two lines. I've also seen people complain about the quality. Again, I remind you that the machine uses "carbon paper" and you should expect "carbon paper" type results. Personally, I'm not looking for great detail in the faxes I'm receiving anyway, so it's fine. Though I rarely receive faxes, and mostly just send them, it's still going to use-up the roll of "carbon paper" when the machine is unsure if the fax you were sending to received the fax you were sending. . . because it prints-out a notice. Printing-out a notice takes-up one page on your "carbon paper". I have read where some people have said that they rolled the carbon paper back onto the spool, so that they could get more use out of it. Well, the risk with that is that if you're receiving an important fax, and it happens to be at the place on the spool where another fax came through. . . then you're probably not going to be able to read your important fax because the "carbon paper" spools were meant to be used once, and there's not going to be any "ink" left for the machine to print. The reason that this machine is so cheap is not because it's a bad machine. . .Read more ›
Look in the new and used section-I got this for $30 including shipping. Good price for a good machine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very disappointed with this product!!! Terrible investment! Although the price was on the lower end of the scale, which was luring... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Ron Fleet
This machine is perfect for the home or small business. Very easy to setup! We were able to setup and send fax within 10 minutes!Published 16 days ago by Jennifer W
I received the fax machine and then found out it came with no cartridge. The fact it is an older type machine was not revealed and finding a cartridge is becoming more of a bother... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer