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Brother MFCJ450DW Wireless with Scanner, Copier and Fax Inkjet Printer
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- Easy-to-setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) networking
- Fast, high-quality printing with up to 33 ppm, and 27 ppm for color (Fast mode). Up to 12 ppm black and 10 ppm color (ISO standard)
- Help save paper with 2-sided printing.
- Free Cloud Apps - Web-based apps from Brother let you capture, convert, and share documents directly from your machine. (Office Doc Creator only)
- Up to 20-page auto document feeder helps save time with unattended scanning, copying and faxing
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Brother Work Smart Series MFC-J450DW
Tbe easy-to-use Brother Work Smart Series MFC-J450DW is perfect for the home office looking for an economical, compact color inkjet all-in-one with wireless and cloud connectivity, and a color LCD display.
When you’re selecting a color inkjet all-in-one for your home or home office, you want a machine that’s going to offer you easy, intuitive operation, plenty of connectivity options, and fast print speeds - all without breaking your budget. The Brother MFC-J450DW, part of the new Work Smart Series, may be exactly what you’re looking for! It helps improve your productivity with print speeds up to 33 ppm black/27 ppm color in fast mode and ISO print speeds up to 12 ppm black/10 ppm color1. It’s compact, so it won’t waste your valuable work space, holds up to 100 sheets in the paper tray, and makes it easy to print, copy, scan and fax your important business documents.
You never imagined setting up, using, and maintaining a color all-in-one could be this easy.
When you remove your MFC-J450DW from the box, you’ll discover that connecting to a wireless network couldn’t be easier, thanks to the wireless assistant that walks you through set up. It’s so simple - you don’t need a USB cable, and you won’t even need to know your wireless network password. Share the machine with others on a network using an 802.11 b/g/n wireless connection, or connect to a single computer using a USB cable2 via Hi-Speed USB port. Using the machine is equally easy. The 1.8” color LCD Display makes navigating your machine’s robust functionality intuitive. You’ll also appreciate how simple the MFC-J450DW is to maintain, thanks to the easy-access, front-loading ink cartridges.
Wireless printing and web connectivity help you easily share information.
The MFC-J450DW gives you lots of choices for connecting to Apple, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone, or Blackberry mobile devices. It supports wireless printing from your mobile device via3: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, and Cortado Workplace. Access popular web services directly from your internet-connected MFC-J450DW using the WebConnect4 interface. You can upload to or download from specific web services without using a computer. Access Facebook, Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Evernote, Google Drive, Box, Skydrive, and Dropbox.
The MFC-J450DW helps you save money with an economical purchase price and cost-cutting features.
The Work Smart MFC-J450DW all-in-one is built to be budget-friendly from day one. It offers an economical purchase price and includes cost-saving features like duplex (two-sided) printing to help save paper and Ink Save mode to help reduce ink use. The four-cartridge ink system means you only have to change the cartridge that needs to be replaced, which can help reduce your supply costs. Thanks to high yield replacement ink cartridges2, the MFC-J450DW has a low cost per page, and you can lower that cost even further by purchasing value-priced replacement ink cartridge multi-packs.
At your side with phone support for the life of your product.
At Brother, our goal is to provide you with printers and all-in-ones that you can depend on to consistently deliver high performance, reliability, and value for your business. Plus, we offer phone support for the life of your product. Whether you have a product question or a technical issue, Brother is always at your side.
- Print Technology: Color Inkjet
- LCD Display (type/size): 1.8" Color LCD Display
- Paper Size (maximum): Up to 8.5" x 14" (legal size)
- Print Speed (maximum)1: Black (Fast Mode): Up to 33 ppm; Color (Fast Mode): Up to 27 ppm; Black (ISO/IEC 24734): Up to 12 ppm; Color (ISO/IEC 24734): Up to 10 ppm
- Print Resoultion (maximum)6: Up to 6000 x 12000 dpi
- Duplex Printing Capability: Yes (up to 8.5" x 11")
- Borderless Printing Capability:7 Yes
- Paper Input Capacity (maximum): Up to 100 sheets
- Auto Document Feeder: Up to 20 pages
- Standard Interfaces:8 Hi-Speed USB, Wireless (802.11 b/g/n)
- Copy Speed (maximum):9 Black (ISO/IEC 24735): Up to 5 ppm; Color (ISO/IEC 24735): Up to 5 ppm
- Copy Reduction/Enlargement: Up to 25&per; - 400&per;
- Copy Options: Stack, Sort, N-in-1, Poster, Fit to Page, Base Color Removal, Manual Duplex Copy
- Scanner Type: Color Flatbed ADF
- Document Glass Size: Letter Size 8.5" x 11.7"
- Scan Resolution (maximum): Optical: FB: Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi; ADF: Up to 1200 x 600 dpi; Interpolated: Up to 19200 x 19200 dpi
- Scan-to Capability: Image, OCR, E-mail, File
- Fax Modem: 14.4Kbps
- Fax Page Memory (maximum): Up to 170 pages
- Speed Dial Locations: 40
- PC Fax Capability10: Yes
- Web Connectivity4: Facebook, Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, Box, & Skydrive
- Brother Apps2:Office Doc Center
- Operating Systems Compatibility11:Windows: XP/XP Professional X64 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / server 2003 / Server 2003 x 64 / Server 2003 R2 / Server 2003 Rs x 64 / Server 2008 / 2008 R2 / Mac OS x 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x
- Mobile Device Compatibility3: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan & Cortado Workplace
- Energy Star Qualified: Yes
What's in the Box
- (4) Cartridges L101 Series
- CD-Rom — Assembly for Windows and Mac
- User's Manual
- Quick Setup Guide
- Telephone Line Cord
|Max Print Speed||Up to 12/10 ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)||Up to 12/10 ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)||Up to 12/10 ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)|
|Other Features||Mobile Printing3, Web Connect4||Mobile Printing3, Web Connect4, Photo Bi-Pass tray||NFC Capable3, Wi-Fi Direct3, Mobile Printing3, Web Connect4, Photo Bi-Pass Tray, CD/DVD Printing|
|Media Card/Pict Bridge||No||Yes/Yes||Yes/Yes|
|Networking||Wireless (802.11b/g/n)||Wireless (802.11b/g/n)||Wireless (802.11b/g/n), Wired Ethernet networking|
|LCD||1.8" Color LCD Display||2.7" TouchScreen plus TouchPanel||2.7" TouchScreen display plus TouchPanel|
|Paper Capacity (maximum)||100||100||100|
1. PPM speed is based on printing in FAST mode. Excludes time to complete first page and will vary depending on a variety of factors. ISO print speed based on ISO/IEC 24734.
2. Additional purchase required.
3. Requires a connection to a wireless network. See brother.com for details, availability, and mobile device compatibility. The Brother iPrint&Scan free app download is not available in all countries.
4. Requires internet connection and an account with desired service.
5. Requires Internet connection.
6. Resolutions are listed by vertical by horizontal dpi.
7. Borderless not available on duplex.
8. Cables not included.
9. Black and white only. Based on ITU-test 1 Chart No. 1 at standard resolution with MMR compression.
10. PC-Fax Send Only for Mac users.
11. See system requirements on brother.com.
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I received the machine yesterday afternoon as promised by Amazon Prime, and since around 4pm yesterday afternoon I have been trying to connect it to my wifi. 3 hours last night, another 2 hours today. When I went to Brothers website it says Customer service is M-F, 9-5, so I didnt bother to call. I've set up other wireless printers with ease, but not this one. I followed the instructions to a T many times over. I went into my gateway and changed settings, turned off firewalls on the gateway modem and more. Nothing... I was ready to click the refund button on Amazon because I thought not only doesnt it work, but by get expedited shipping if you have to wait days just to get help installing it. So just for grins and last ditch effort I tried customer service. To my shock my call was answered. The CS rep was very nice, and routed right though to a Tech. Here is the information I found out that turned it from a nightmare to a pleasure.
This machine will not automatically connect to WPS systems. This includes ATT 2wire uverse modem gateways.
So you have to do it manually.
Got to network
Detect your network, then when ask about installing to WPS, check # 1 ( 1= No )
Press # 2
Now , here is that part that if they would have just added some kind of text on the screen, or a section on this in the manual or even online would have made the world of difference. Pressing 2 takes you to a screen with a small flashing cursor in the upper right hand corner. This is where you enter you Gateway Modem Key. Then press ok.. and your done~!!!!!!
yes, a simple 2 words on the screen like " enter Key" would have prevented 5 hours of headaches and anger at Brother..
As for operations.
This printer is quiet compared to all the other printers I have had over the years, and its pretty fast too.
The color quality isn't that of a high priced professional printer, but that is not what you buy a $68 dollar printer for. I printed a Pantone color and grey scale chart out and while not commercial color saturation quality, its more than enough for printing photos, business forms, even pamphlets or art work my kids create. I find it, so far, to be perfect for what im doing.
If you want to print black and white, under printer properties set your defaults to greyscale . Then it only prints in black and white.
Overall, let me just summarize at the top that this printer is functional, does everything it should quite well, except the print quality is pretty mediocre and the plastic paneling is very very cheap.
Now, that may sound like I'm unimpressed with the printer, but that would be wrong. I think the cheap paneling isn't that big a deal so long as you treat it with care, just don't go and plop something heavy on top or else you'll probably obliterate the thing. My previous printer was a Canon MX700, and the plastic was very thick on it and the printer lasted for years (but scanned pretty poor quality). I don't have kids or anything that might break the printer so I'm not too worried, and for a personal printer it should be fine, I just wouldn't have it necessarily as a printer for a whole small office due to its brittleness.
The print quality gets the job done, but I wouldn't expect even high quality prints of documents (that are meant to show to prospective clients for example) and certainly wouldn't even attempt photo printing. But, if you need high quality color documents, FedEx Office/Kinkos/etc are always there, and WalMart/Costco will print photos that will blow away all but the highest end printers (which would cost thousands, I know I used to work for Costco's photolab and now work in digital media). In fact, the printing of this machine reminds me of the old color dot-matrix printers (even makes that irritating "rrreerrr" noise as the print head moves back and forth). Speaking of noise, its pretty quite, but does make that high-pitch noise as the print head moves around, but its pretty muffled and certainly acceptable.
Other pros of the machine include its rich feature set (duplexing, ADF, wireless, etc). The wireless worked easy for me; I did have to install software from the CD and it installed some irritating taskbar software with popups for updating (didn't remember seeing that listed through the install prompts). I like the paper tray being within the machine in the front instead of paper sticking out the back like many consumer machines, and the print cartridges are really easy to replace as the door is located in the front of the machine (no having to prop up the lid to change cartridges).
Like I said, the cons aren't really a big deal nor a deal breaker, just don't expect this to be a shared frequent-use high-quality printer. It fits its niche quite well, and for all of its cheapness it seems intelligently designed (like my Civic, cheap parts but also designed to run forever). I'm satisfied with it for the price, and have no problems recommending it to people needing a cheap all-in-one printer for their personal use.
So today is the last day I'll buy ink for this machine. I'm going to graduate to an "HP OfficeJet Pro 8610 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer (A7F64A)" which apparently prints copies for about .02 a page and has many happy customers.