|Item Weight||17.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.6 x 15.3 x 7.1 inches|
|Item model number||MFC-J410W|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MFC-J410W|
Brother MFC-J410W Wireless Compact All-in-One Inkjet Printer, Copy/Fax/Print/Scan
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- Print_Technology - Inkjet
- Maximum_Print_Speed_Black - 33 ppm
- Maximum_Print_Speed_Color - 27 ppm
- Network_Ready - Yes
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Produce both black-and-white and color documents quickly with this wireless all-in-one printer that features robust output speeds. Professional-quality print resolutions enable you to produce borderless photos that feature droplet sizes as small as 1.5 picoliters. Free downloadable Brother iPrintamp;amp;Scan app works with the printer and lets you wirelessly print from or scan to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android smartphone. Automatic document feeder conveniently faxes, copies and scans multiple pages. Color LCD screen is perfect for viewing your images and easily navigating the menu. Four cartridge ink system ensures you replace only the color that runs out. Print Technology: Inkjet Maximum Print Speed Black: 33 ppm Maximum Print Speed Color: 27 ppm.
Top customer reviews
The wireless installation was an enormous pain. My network setup is fairly straightforward: a wireless router with WPA2-Personal (AES) security, not broadcasting the SSID. Until now, every device I've installed on the network has connected without a hitch (including, from time to time, a MacBook, two Windows laptops, a Windows desktop, an iPad and a Wii).
Not this printer, however. I followed the network setup instructions that accompanied the printer, manually inputting my SSID and security passphrase. After a minute or so, a "Connection Failed" message appeared on the printer's screen, and it spit out a paper report with a "TS-06" error message on it ("The wireless security information is incorrect."). I reset the printer to factory default settings and re-entered my SSID and passphrase, this time double-checking my entries. Same result -- Connection Failed, code TS-06.
Then I tried WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) a couple of times. Also unsuccessful. Despite the fact that my router is WPS-enabled, and the printer was sitting about 18 inches away from it, the printer gave me a "TS-07" error message ("The machine cannot detect a wireless access point/router that has WPS or AOSS enabled.").
At that point I figured I should rule out any problems with the router. I power-cycled it and tried to connect the printer again. Connection Failed. Then I decided to review my router's config settings. I was scanning the router's system status page when something caught my eye... the router was reporting 5 network devices connected to it. I could only think of four (two laptops, one iPad, one Wii). I pulled the MAC address off the printer and... guess what? That's right. The printer was the fifth device. Very puzzling. How could the router see the printer as being "connected" when the printer itself was reporting "Connection Failed" over and over again?
I decided to try printing something from my laptop. It worked. Pretty surprising, given that the printer NEVER reported a successful network connection -- just "Connection Failed" over and over again.
Print quality looked pretty good, and at that point, I was prepared to give the printer a 3 or 4 star review. I figured I'd give it a few days before posting a review. That turned out to be a good decision.
In the last 3 days, I've printed *maybe* 25 pages. Everything's been fine until tonight. All of sudden, it's printing NOTHING. When I send a print job, it feeds paper, I hear the ink heads moving around like they're printing, and a blank page spits out. I've run through all the troubleshooting steps, and the problem persists.
This thing is garbage. Don't waste your money.
It is quite easy to set up once I learned to use the menu buttons and stepped through all the menu selections. Finding the USB connector was a bit of a challenge as it is located inside the printer, under the top access panel that houses the scanner. There is a channel in the case that leads the cable out of the side of the printer. Odd, but usable.
I also learned to set up the printer for printing through both the USB cable and wirelessly. A separate port needs to be set up for each, so it like printing to two different printers. The setup doesn't specify which is the wireless port and which is the USB port, so I renamed each so it was easy to tell which was which.
I'm still trying to determine if it can scan wirelessly or not.
Hopefully this model does not have the issue of not acknowledging when the printer ink has been changed. The older printer beeps every time I turn it on, which is notification that the ink is low, even if I just refilled it. But it still works just fine...So, at this point I don't have any complaints.