Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass
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- Print, copy, scan and fax up to 11" x 17" (ledger size) for high impact business documents
- Duplex printing for creating two-sided documents up to 11" x 17"
- Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet networking
- 3.3" Widescreen color LCD display for easy to use menu navigation
- Unattended fax, copy or scan using up to 35-page ADF
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**Update: (June 30, 2011) After using this printer for a few months, I am dropping the rating to 4 stars. I am still happy with the consumption and print quality, however, the paper trays are terribly engineered. It is annoying to add paper or change paper from letter to tabloid size. Lots of misfed paper and a few paper jams. The wireless scanning software is not intuitive and works sometimes but not always.
I did some serious research on all-in-ones before purchasing this. I hope this is helpful:
I had felt burned by previous HPs and Epsons because of the cost of ink and the frequency or replacing cartridges and I was determined to find an economical printer. . . This is it.
very economical -one of the most economical all-in-one inkjets available based on extensive research
wireless printing works great
wireless scanning works great
11x17 printing and scanning
prints reliably and quickly
Areas for improvement:
had some minor paper jams till I learned to load the paper exactly right.
paper tray is somewhat inconvenient because you have to remove the whole thing to load it.
limited options for print quality settings
I compared printers based mostly on ink cost/ page yield. Some of the better performers are listed at the bottom of this review. My research showed that each printer brand offers ink cartridges that are far more economical than others from the same brand.Read more ›
The only problem I really encountered is that it does not have ink cartridges that last very long. It really needs to have a better ink cartridge for the black ink. It is also a pain to purchase the cartridges. The biggest quantity you can order is two and you can't order them in bulk.
Setup was quite easy, and was done in about 15 to 20 minutes without any problem. That included unpacking, powering the printer, installing the ink, self-test, and setting up the wireless. Once that was done I downloaded the latest drivers from the Brother website (there is a drivers disk included, but may as well make sure you're getting the latest; the web address is in the quick setup manual). After that, everything worked as expected.
I was able to scan to a USB device, which allowed me to save as PDF or TIFF. I then specified "Scan to File" and it scanned wirelessly to my computer as a JPG. If you really want to know all the modes and formats, you can go to the Brother website and download the instruction manual for the printer.
Duplex printing worked great. I printed two ~60-page documents in duplex mode and when it was done it was ready to hole-punch and put into a folder. No paper jams. So much easier than trying to do that manually!
To be sure, this is a hefty printer and you should consider where you'll put it. As for speed, this may not be the fastest printer on the block, but for the casual printer'er I'm fine with a slower output. I usually set the print quality to "Best" and let it do its thing.
I'll update this review if there is anything significant to report.
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Just like new, We purchased this unit because we all ready had one that we purchased new. It made sense to get another as it has been a very serviceable unit and this way we can... Read morePublished 10 months ago by PEGGY CROSBY
I purchased this simply because I create 11 by 17 charts and this seemed to be a good choice for that. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bluespicker
Upgraded from this version to the 6920 that auto double side prints and copies.Published 17 months ago by K. J. Valiant
The reason I bought it was ro print larger than 8x10s. It's jammed up everytime I've tried. The photos are good quality, but not great like my former, cheaper printer was. Read morePublished 18 months ago by William J. Becker
works well most of the time. It is picky sometimes it loads too many sheets of paper and jams.Published 19 months ago by Trailblzn