Brother Printer MFCJ4410DW Business Smart Multi-Function Inkjet and Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax, Amazon Dash Replenishment Enabled
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- Revolutionary Print Technology: Brother Landscape Print Technology stores and feeds paper in landscape layout resulting in a more compact size.
- Easy-to-Use 1.8" TouchScreen. Illuminated Touch Panel only shows the keys you need for easy menu navigation.
- Share the machine with others on a network with easy-to-setup wireless 802.11b/g/n and wired Ethernet networking.
- Impressive up to 11 x 17 Inches printing in a compact size via the manual feed slot.
- Help increase productivity with fast print speeds up to 33ppm black and 25ppm color (Fast mode) & up to 18ppm black and 16ppm color (ISO/IEC 24734)
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This business inkjet All-in-One offers the ultimate combination of fast print speeds, TouchScreen display with Touch Panel, up to 11 x 17 Inches printing in a compact size, and low cost printing. Revolutionary Landscape Print Technology with innovative paper feeding orientation allows up to 11 x 17 Inches printing while maintaining a compact size and sleek design. The intuitive 1.8-Inch TouchScreen with Touch Panel display provides easy menu navigation, where the Touch Panel display only shows the keys you need. Easy-to-setup wireless or wired networking makes it easy to share this machine with others on the network. Convenient wireless printing from mobile devices (requires connection to wireless network). Help save more, print more with super high yield replacement ink cartridges (additional purchase required).
From the Manufacturer
Introducing the Brother Business SmartTM Series — Don’t Compromise on Features
Up to now, those in the market for a color inkjet all-in-one typically had to choose between a number of desired key features. Typically, the more features that a machine offers the bulkier the machine. The smaller machine the fewer features, plus low cost printing was not always part of the overall package. The introduction of the Business Smart Series means users don’t have to compromise on features. Through a total redesign process and innovative landscape printing technology this new series delivers the ultimate combination of productivity, ease of use, low cost printing and professional high impact printing capability, all in a compact size and stylish design.
The Ultimate Combination...Everything a business user wants and needs in an all-in-one.
- Fastest speed in its class1 at up to 18/16ppm2
- Smallest in class – up to 35% smaller footprint1 and world’s smallest depth at 11.4 inches
- Low Cost Printing using Super High-Yield Replacement Ink Cartridges
- Save up to 40% lower black cost per page3 and help reduce your printing costs with the LC 105 / LC107 XXL Series Super High-Yield Ink Cartridges. Plus, we offer a 4-cartridge ink system that means you only have to change the color that needs to be replaced instead of having to discard an entire set of ink cartridges.
- Easy-to-Use 1.8 inch TouchScreen Display plus TouchPanel
- The MFC-J4410DW has a simplified control panel that makes it easy to navigate menus on the 1.8 inch TouchScreen display. In addition, users have the ability to customize settings on the home screens and to also create custom shortcuts to access frequently used settings with a touch of a button and to help increase productivity.
- PLUS…Print high impact easy-to-read documents up to 11 x 17 inches via a by-pass tray
Innovation with the Customer in Mind
In developing the Business Smart Series, Brother sought to create a product that would leave our customers without the need to compromise on features or design. This led to a complete redesign of the machine with the introduction of a new innovation technology called Landscape Print Technology, which allows paper to be stored and fed into the machine in a landscape orientation that helps to reduce the size of the machine. This unique technology allowed Brother to deliver the Ultimate Combination of features in a machine with a compact and sleek design that is up to 35% smaller footprint1 than the competitors.
Additional Business Features to Help Maximize Productivity
The MFC-J4410DW also offers powerful business features to help enhance functionality and maximize productivity.
- Advanced Paper Handling. The MFC-J4410DW has a convenient auto document feeder to easily copy/scan and fax hands-free, plus a 150-sheet capacity paper tray for higher volume printing.
- Save paper with built-in 2-sided printing. Automatic 2-sided printing allows you to easily create 2-sided (duplex) documents up to 8.5 x 11 inches to help reduce printing costs.
- Create Shortcuts. Create custom shortcuts to access frequently used settings with a touch of a button and to help increase productivity
Print. Connect. Share.
Wireless, Wired and Ethernet network. Utilize the power of your wireless network while reducing the number of cables in your home or small office. Easy-to-set up wireless networking enables others to share the MFC on the network without the clutter of cables. MFC-J4410DW is 802.11b/g/n certified and is compatible with most new routers with ‘n’ technology, allowing for faster data transfer between your PC and printer router.
Convenient Mobile Device Printing. The MFC-J4410DW supports wireless printing from your mobile device via4: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Cortado Workplace and Wi-Fi Direct (allowing a user to print wirelessly from PC or mobile devices without the need for a router).
Access Popular Web Apps Directly from Your Machine. Access your favorite popular web services directly from the TouchScreen LCD Display. This interface enables the user to upload and / or download files to specific web services using an Internet connected Brother MFC without using a computer. Access your FACEBOOK, PICASA Web Albums, FLICKR, EVERNOTE and Dropbox5.
Brother At Your Side
Brother offers a toll Free Technical Support for the life of the product. No matter if you call right after you purchase the machine, or years after you purchase the product, Brother offers support for your product.
- Print Technology: 4-cartridge Color Inkjet
- Paper Size (maximum): Paper Tray (Up to 8.5 x 11 inches (letter size)), Bypass Tray (Up to 11 x 17 inches (ledger size))
- Print Speed (maximum): Black (Fast Mode) - Up to 33ppm, Color (Fast Mode) - Up to 25ppm
- Print Resolution (maximum): Up to 6000 x 1200 dpi
- Duplex and Borderless printing capability
- Paper Input Capacity: Up to 150 sheets
- Auto Document Feeder: Up to 20 pages
- Standard Interfaces: USB, Ethernet, Wireless (802.11b/g/n), Wi-Fi Direct
- Copy Speed (maximum): Black (ISO/IEC 24735) - Up to 12 ppm, Color (ISO/IEC 24735) - Up to 9 ppm
- Copy Resolution (maximum): Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
- Copy Reduction/Enlargement: Yes, 25% to 400%
- Copy Options: Stack, Sort, N-in-1, ID copy, Fit to Page, Book Copy, Auto Deskew, Watermark Copy, Background Color Removed, Poster
- Scanner Type: Color Flatbed with ADF
- Document Glass Size: Letter size (8.5 x 11.7 inches)
- Scan/Copy Size (maximum): Legal size (8.5 x 14 inches) via ADF
- Scan Resolution (maximum): Optical: Up to 2400 x 2400 dpi, Interpolated: Up to 19200 x 19200 dpi
- Scan To Capability: Email, OCR, Image, File, USB Memory & Media Card, FTP, Network, Email Server (Download)
- Fax Modem: 33.6K bps
- Fax Page Memory (maximum): Up to 200 pages
- PC Fax Capability: Yes (black & white only)
- Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Home , Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
- Mac OS X v10.5.8, 10.6.x, 10.7.x
|Max Print Speed||18/16ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)||35ppm/ 27ppm||35ppm/ 27ppm||35ppm/ 27ppm||35ppm/ 27ppm|
|Max Paper Size||Up to 11" x 17" via by-pass tray||11" x 17"||11" x 17"||11" x 17"||11" x 17"|
|Media Card/ Pict Bridge||Yes/Yes||Yes/Yes||Yes/Yes||Yes/Yes||Yes/Yes|
|Networking||Wireless (802.11 b/g/n) or Wired Ethernet networking||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)|
|LCD||1.8" TouchScreen + TouchPanel||1.9" TouchScreen plus Touch Panel Controls||3.3" Color TouchScreen||3.3" Color TouchScreen||3.3" Color TouchScreen|
|Paper Capacity||Up to 150 sheets||250||250||500||500|
1. Based on competitive in-class inkjet models with an estimated street price under $200. Competitive data gathered from manufacturer websites and third party industry sources (as of July 2012).
2. PPM is based in FAST mode and excludes time to print first page and will depend on a variety of factors. ISO print speed based on ISO/IEC 24734. See www.brother-usa.com/printspeed for details.
3. LC105/107 XXL Series Super High Yield vs. LC103 XL Series High Yield. Up to 40% based on MSRP. LC105/107 XXL Series Super High Yield cartridges sold separately.
4. Requires connection to a wireless network. See www.brother.com for details, availability, and mobile device compatibility.
5. Requires an internet connection.
Top customer reviews
It took my husband about 45 minutes from opening the box, through setup and software to have this printer operational, including use by all computers in our home network. We are home users and mainly interested in quality black and white text printing as well as family pictures. For regular printing and color pictures, the Brother Printer MFCJ4410DW produces excellent results, very comparable to other printers we have used.
There are two "worst" features. First, the lid will not stay up at a 45-degree angle; it must be completely extended to stay open. This is a problem because we have the printer on a credenza which is under a counter overhang, meaning we have to manually hold the lid open. The second issue to note is that in a power outage, and notwithstanding having the printer on a surge protector, the printer froze. We finally figured out that the driver was corrupted due to the power loss, meaning that the software had to be reloaded, which takes about 10 minutes. We did this as a last resort because the error messages were not helpful, and neither was the Brother online technical support.
There are a number of "best" features, in addition to the print quality. First and foremost, is the speed of this computer; by far it is the fastest printer we have ever had, even for printing pictures. The touch screen is very user friendly and a real asset. The scanner works in both black and white and color, and it produces great copies.
The printer came with starter ink cartridges, which are necessary according to Brother because the first time you install the ink cartridges the machine will use extra ink to fill the ink delivery tubes, although this is a one-time process that enables the machine to carry out high quality printing. The starter ink has a greater volume than the ink cartridges sold separately for this reason. Replacement cartridges are obviously an issue with any printer. Certainly, they can be purchased on the Brother website at a premium price. Alternatively, we will be able to get all four replacements at either 4inkjets or LD Products for around $70 with free shipping plus tax for high yield (600 copies) or about $100 with free shipping plus tax for super high yield (1,200 copies).
This printer has a limited two-year warranty and toll-free technical support for the life of the machine. Only very rarely will we ever use the fax; however, the review will be updated once we have experience with this feature, as well as for how the starter and replacement cartridges perform and any interactions we have with customer service.
December 23 update: We tried three more features. The double-sided printing is easy and 100 percent automatic, and prints from an iphone or ipad are a breeze.
***After a month and a half, the printer broke and had to be replaced under warranty. This was an easy process, because I had registered everything on the Brother website. But the printer looks and feels cheap and poorly constructed in some ways, and I had trouble with this poor construction in two different areas. Thus I changed my rating from 5 stars to 4.
***The printer is more fragile than any I have ever owned. I can't imagine why they use the word "Business" in its name, because in a real business with real people banging things around, several things on this printer would have broken in the first month (maybe even the first week). The manual says to slide the paper tray in GENTLY -- good luck getting your co-workers to do that! Several pieces of the printer that are made of plastic feel cheap, fragile, and easy to break. (Duh! Printers aren't made of steel... I'll grant you that. But they still could be stronger.)
***When you lift the lid to clear a paper jam, there is a green plastic rod or beam on the left that holds the lid open. When you need to close the lid, you fiddle with this rod to release it and allow the lid to go back down. From the start, I have had trouble with that rod. Releasing it is not a natural action. Once it came completely loose and popped out of its slot in the upper left part of the lid. I had to get a flashlight to figure out how to pop it back in place.
***The BIG problem happened when I had to clear the machine's first real paper jam. The LCD showed me how to do this, but somehow the dim lighting made me miss the actual location of the jam. I didn't see any jammed paper at all. When I finally located it by going through all the steps a second time (again, a flashlight was required, maybe that's because I'm over 40 ahem cough cough or because it's on the side of my office which is not full of illumination) it was easy to remove, but then... the green rod popped out again. This time I couldn't get it to go back in place, and as I was fiddling, suddenly almost the entire lid came loose!! Since there are electronics inside, I realized that the LEFT hand corner should be handled extremely carefully, since that must be where the wires went from the body to the lid. The RIGHT hand corner had come COMPLETELY DETACHED from the main part of the machine (making it difficult to prevent the left corner from breaking its wires). There seemed to be a nub or something that might mean I had detached something, not broken something, but I could find nothing in the manuals that explained this. 24 hours later, the Brother phone tech support phones opened, and one of their people walked me through the 77 steps to troubleshoot, and when he agreed that the only thing wrong with the machine was this half-detached lid, he did NOT tell me how to reattach it; he set up the exchange for the warranty replacement. Thus I'm pretty sure that this detached lid was not something I could have fixed myself.
***That said, the replacement printer has arrived and is working great. I will treat it very carefully, and practice unlatching the troublesome rod so that it becomes second nature. Again, NO WAY anyone is going to stand for this in a real "business" environment.
***END OF UPDATE
I had been a loyal Cannon customer, but when my Canon broke, the Canyon Loyalty Program had a price that was not enough to keep me loyal. (Wow-Sometimes my dictation feature doesn't work very well!) This Brother printer seems to have everything going for it - except it was noisy, supposedly. I thought the sideways paper feeding was very clever, and I thought that the resulting ability to print on 11 x 17 paper would be a big plus (even though I haven't actually used that feature yet). I keep my printer in a closet with a flimsy door, so I thought that would cut down on the noise.
So I was happy to discover that, compared with other printers I've had, the Brother printer is not noisy at all. It does make a wide variety of, to me, very weird little noises when it's getting ready to feed the paper. This is especially true using the single-sheet feeder. It goes tick tick tick tick tick at least a dozen times, then feeds the paper in a couple of inches, then pushes it back out, then pushes it back in, goes tick tick tick tick a little more, and finally prints the entire page very quickly in a frenzy of activity. I don't know for sure what it's doing, but what I think it's doing is very carefully being sure that the paper is being fed in perfectly straight. In fact, the first three sheets I fed by hand did not go through the printer completely straight; it was off by a couple of degrees, resulting in uneven printing along an edge of labels. Labels are expensive, so I was disappointed; however, this problem has not happened again.
My only complaint is that the paper tray seems very flimsy. The instructions say to slide it in until it clicks, but slowly; I would agree with this, because my guess is that if you push it in too quickly, it will break. But I have to admit that it has not broken yet. I'll check back in later with another review if anything breaks (***IT DID -- NOT THE PAPER TRAY, BUT SOMETHING ELSE. SEE UPDATE***). In the meantime, I'm going to go order some of that inexpensive ink!
Take my advice, you have better things to do with your time and energy (as do I) than to get stressed out about a printer that won't print! And now I must go printer shopping before I change my mind and convince myself that my latest band aid will do the trick.
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