Brother MFCJ6710DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing, 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass & Dual Paper Trays
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- Print, copy, scan and fax up to 11" x 17" (ledger size) for high impact business documents
- Dual paper trays (up to 250 sheets each) for total capacity of 500 sheets
- 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 and viewing images
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The MFC-J6710DW Color Inkjet Multi-Function Center features an all-in-one solution for your business. With two-sided printing up to 11" x 17" and super high-yield ink cartridges, the MFC-J6710DW prints, copies, scans, and faxes. The 3.3-inch widescreen color LCD display features simple menu navigation and offers easy access to help information.
- Print, copy, scan and fax up to 11" x 17" (ledger size)
- Duplex printing for creating two-sided color documents11
- Wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet networking
- 3.3-inch widescreen color LCD display
- Dual paper trays (up to 250 sheets each) for total capacity of 500 sheets
- Uses LC79 XXL Series super high-yield replacement ink cartridges, yielding approximately 2,400 pages (black) and 1,200 pages (color) 2, 3
- Fast print speeds4: Up to 35 ppm black and 27 ppm color (Fast mode); up to 12 ppm black and 10 ppm color (ISO standard)
- Unattended fax, copy, or scan using up to 35-page ADF
- Powerful scanning software and ability to scan directly to your media cards3
without having to manually
flip the paper over
Powerful Business Features with Cost Effective Printing
The Brother MFC-J6710DW is designed with the business user in mind. You can create up to 11" x 17" (ledger size) documents for less. Create easy-to-read signs, presentations, spreadsheets, and other documents in-house on-demand, when you need them.
With the MFC-J6710DW, you can print two-sided documents without having to manually flip the paper over. Duplex printing helps save money on paper costs and makes documents easier to store.
Save More and Print More with Super High Yield Ink Cartridges
The MFC-J6710DW can provide up to 60% lower black ink costs when using super high-yield vs. high-yield black ink cartridges1. With a four-cartridge ink system, you only have to change the color that needs to be replaced, helping to reduce waste and save you money.
Mobile and Network Connectivity
The MFC-J6710DW is a powerful business machine that offers advanced wired and wireless connectivity. Network and mobile connection makes it easy to print to this machine from multiple PCs around the office, and you can print from your mobile device via Brother iPrint&Scan or Cortado Workplace12.
- Brother iPrint&Scan is a free printing app that enables you to print (JPEG, PDF, or web pages) from and scan to your Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android, or Windows Phone 7 mobile device on your wireless network.
- Cortado Workplace is a free printing app that enables you to store and wirelessly print common file formats from your Apple, Android, or Blackberry mobile device. Since this app uses the Brother printer driver, the output is identical to the document from your PC.
- Utilize the power of your wireless network while reducing the number of cables in your home or office. 802.11b/g/n technology allows for improved performance.
- Share the machine with others on a network, using the wired Ethernet networking, when wireless networking cannot be used.
Letter vs. Ledger Size
Advanced Paper Handling
Print more, save time, and replenish less often with dual paper trays that offer a combined total capacity of 500 sheets. You can store letter size paper in one tray and ledger size paper in the other tray, at the same time. This minimizes the need to switch paper in and out of the tray when printing on different sizes of paper.
Conveniently fax, copy, or scan with the up to 35-page ADF. A single sheet bypass tray allows for convenient, straight-through, single sheet feeding for up to 11" x 17" paper, envelopes, or thicker media.
What's in the Box
MFCJ6710DW; LC75 Series Cartridges (Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow); CD-ROM (Assembly for Windows and Mac); User’s Manual; Quick Setup Guide; Telephone Line Cord
- Max. Print Speed (Fast Mode) – Black/Color4: 35/27 ppm
- Max. Print Speed (ISO Standard) – Black/Color4: 12/10 ppm
- Max. Print Resolution - dpi6: 6000 x 1200
- Printing Sizes (min. / max.): 3.5" x 5" / 11" x 17"
- Duplex Printing: Up to Ledger Size (11" x 17")
- Borderless Printing: Yes
- Ink Save Mode7: Yes
- Stand Alone Fax Capabilities: Color and B/W
- Modem Speed (max.) / Best Transmission Speeds8: 33.6K bps / 3 secs.
- PC-Fax Capabilities9, 10: PC Fax (send and receive)
- Max. Copy Speed (Black / Color): 6 ipm / 6 ipm
- Reduction / Enlargement: 25 - 400%
- Multiple Copies: Yes (99)
- ID Card Copying: Yes
- Scanner Capabilities: B/W and Color
- Optical Scan Resolution - dpi: 2400 x 2400
- Interpolated Scan Resolution - dpi11: 19,200 x 19,200
- Document Viewer OCR Software11: ScanSoft PaperPort 12SE with OCR by Nuance; Presto! PageManager with OCR
- Scan to: Image, OCR, E-mail, File, Media Card, USB Flash Memory Drive3, FTP, E-mail Server (download), Network
- Auto Crop Scanning: Yes
- ID Card Scanning: Yes
- Media Card Compatibility: Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
- PhotoCapture Center Features: View Photos, Print Photos, Enhance Photos, Print Index, Search from Date, Slide-Show, Trimming, Auto Scene Mode
- Direct Printing Image Format: JPEG
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows OS11: 2000 / XP / XP Professional X64 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows Server 2003 (print only via network) / Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition (print only via network) / Windows Server 2008 (print only via network)
- Macintosh OS11: Mac OS X 10.4.11, 10.5.x, 10.6.x
- Unit Dimensions: 21.3" x 19.3" x 13.0"
- Carton Dimensions: 25.8" x 23.5" x 17.3"
- Unit Weight / Carton Weight: 40.1 lbs. / 53.4 lbs.
|Maximum Print Speed||33ppm / 26ppm||35ppm / 27ppm||35ppm / 27ppm||35ppm / 27ppm||35ppm / 27ppm||35ppm / 27ppm||35ppm / 27ppm|
|Maximum Input Paper Size||N/A||N/A||N/A||11" x 17"||11" x 17"||11" x 17"||11" x 17"|
|Media Card / Pict Bridge||No||Yes||Yes||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes|
|Networking||Wireless (802.11b/g/n)||Wireless (802.11b/g/n)||Wireless (802.11b/g/n) or Wired Ethernet networking||Ethernet and Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet and Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet and Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet and Wireless (b/g/n)|
|LCD||1.9-inch Color LCD Display||1.9-inch TouchScreen plus Touch Panel Controls||3.3-inch Color TouchScreen||1.9-inch TouchScreen plus Touch Panel Controls||3.3-inch Color TouchScreen||3.3-inch Color TouchScreen||3.3-inch Color TouchScreen|
1. LC79 XXL Series vs. LC75 XL Series. Up to 60% based on MSRP. LC79 XXL Series cartridges are sold separately.
2. Approximate page yields in accordance with ISO 24711. For more page yield information see www.brother.com/pageyield.
3. Additional purchase required.
4. PPM speeds exclude time to complete first page and will vary depending on a variety of factors. For more information about print speed methodology see www.brother-usa.com/printspeed.
5. Cables not included.
6. Resolution is listed vertical by horizontal dpi.
7. Requires POP3/SMTP mail server support.
8. Based on ITU-T Test chart #1 at standard resolution with MMR compression.
9. Black and white only.
10. PC-Fax send only for Mac users.
11. See Supported Operating Systems and Software Functions Chart at www.brother.com.
12. Requires wireless network connection.
Top Customer Reviews
Set up was easy. I had it connected to my wireless router in about 2 minutes. Then I had my computer loaded with the driver (downloaded from the Brother website so I didn't have to open up the disk) and it was up and running in about 5 more minutes.
Scanning was great. I'm using an HP Officejet 6310 AIO now, and the Brother was much faster. I could do a page in about 6 seconds, which is about 1/4 the time of my HP. Adjusting the settings was a breeze!
Printing was bad, though. I tried to print my real estate fliers with photos and they came out grainy and the color wasn't as rich as my HP. Even the banner and other parts, not photo-related, weren't vibrant. It actually looked like the prints had faded! I tried changing settings so the print quality was at "Best" and the color was on "Vivid" and it didn't help. The black did print well.
If you only need black and white prints and a good scanner, then this might be a good solution. However, if you need a solution that offers quality color printing, this one won't work for you. It didn't work for me.
I've owned at least three low-cost scanners with 11x17 capability, and I've returned them all because their 11x17 scans looked terrible. The scans from this one are superb. Once you figure it out, the scanning software is very good, too. (In my experience, Brother products come with very good software, but limited information about it.) You can control the scanning from the panel of the scanner or from the included Control Center software.
I found the controls on the hardware to be intuitive and easy to use for scanning and printing. (I haven't used it as a FAX machine yet, but the FAX controls appear to be of a similar nature.) Those in the software are somewhat less so, but once you figure them out, they give you a lot of flexibility.
I love the fact that I can keep 11x17 and letter sized paper in separate trays that are easy to print from. I love that the unit connects wirelessly to all the stuff in my office.
I haven't experienced the serious paper feed problems that others have talked about, but I HAVE had a misfeed or two, and there HAVE been times when the unit seems not to know what I'm asking it to do. When that happens, I just abort and start over.
The color printing is definitely unusual, in that the intensity of the colors is very much less than that of other printers I've had. The printer has two color modes: Natural and Intense. Both of them do pretty well at delivering readable color, but it's pretty washed out when compared to what I am accustomed to (mostly H-P).Read more ›
We decided to purchase some of these Brother printers not because they were the first, sensibly-priced 11x17 fast color printer but, more importantly, with
a little tweaking of their print driver's color section, and by using a sensible (NOT 20lb copy paper...) substrate, they produced excellent prints with superior color fidelity - without the need to know about color profiles, calibration etc. so necessary to get our $10,000+ Epson printers to perform to our customer's requirements.
Over the years, we have had so-so experience with many small (both inkjet and toner) color printers - OKI, HP, Canon etc. and a few of them
might produce 11x17 (or only smaller) prints that can match the great (Brother) color -but they certainly couldn't do it for around $190.00!
(Note that an industry-standard Gretag MacBeth color card can be produced with excellent color rendition on these printers.)
Reproducing good color is not difficult - provided the users take some time to understand the printer's driver color choices. Do they really read the printer information and understand the options available? If they don't, then they should contact Brother Support who will have an excellent response to their color needs. For those important documents, where color rendition/fidelity is critical, the best option may be to use this printer's excellent 11x17 scanner to send a scanned image to any decent image editor - Photoshop, Elements etc. so that the color can there be manipulated to produce an excellent print - as opposed to just a copy from a source document.Read more ›
It prints very fast and the "fast" feature on printing jobs so far looks just fine for most of my printing. Scan was easy and user friendly. I got this printer at Staples for $160 out the door as it was on sale for $100 off and they gave me another $50 off via a trade-in of an old HP printer that died a premature death. Poor reliability of HP is what sent me to try BROTHER printers. Their reliablity at least on the MFC 5860 was superb with no problems and thousands of pages printed.
I am giving this printer 5 stars.
Update March 30, 2013.. Had a paper jam that would not clear. Called Brother Warranty service and they sent me a new printer and added another month to the 3 year warranty. New printer arrived at my door in 2 days! Boxed the old one up and it went back to Brother at no charge to me. I've never received that kind of service from Hp. I love Brother products and their warranty service.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ordered this 3 years ago and is still working perfectly! I love this printer!Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Acceptable as a printer. Numerous issues. Feeds Paper poorly. Fails to switch paper trays correctly. Delay after copying a page. Read morePublished 5 months ago by guyny
It cycles between every non-ADF copy. It takes forever to make copies.
The ink collection bin broke and there appears to be no replacement. Read more
As with every Brother machine I've ever had, it does not produce an accurate red color. Another issue is its inability to preserve the wireless link on the network. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Glen1946
worst piece of **** I've ever owned. Go with Lexmark if you want a quality printer. I've tried them all...HP, Canon, and Brother, Brother being BY FAR MY WORST NIGHTMARE!!!! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Charles A. Drysdale
I purchased my Brother MFC6910DW all in one printer February 2012. I have run around 12,000 pages through this printer. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Falconite
Much better improvement over my simple brother LC-51 with many more options for scanned file format. You can choose from a plethora of options, including .pdf TIFF or . Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andyroo
For an inkjet printer, this is one great machine. It takes high capacity cartridges, so it is suitable for a primary printer in home or a small office. Read morePublished 17 months ago by T. Stibal