Brother MFCJ6920DW Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax, Amazon Dash Replenishment Enabled
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- Upon activation, the Amazon Dash Replenishment service measures the ink level and automatically orders ink from Amazon when low. This ensures that you never run out again.
- Flexible paper handling with dual paper trays for a total capacity of 500 sheets, 11" x 17" paper fits in tray. Also has single sheet bypass tray
- Low cost printing with Super High Yield (XXL) replacement ink cartridges, approx. 2,400 pages (black) and 1,200 pages (color)
- Swipe & Tap on easy to use 3.7" TouchScreen display with TouchPanel. TouchPanel shows only the keys you need.
- NFC Connectivity lets you "touch to connect" for direct printing or scanning from your NFC-capable device
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||E-COMMERCE WORLD||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||etrader2008|
|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Ethernet; Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; USB||Wireless;Ethernet; USB||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet|
|Item Dimensions||21.8 x 17 x 12.2 in||13.6 x 19.3 x 9.4 in||24.29 x 19.89 x 11.69 in||18.9 x 11.4 x 7.4 in||23 x 12.3 x 6.3 in||16.1 x 14.7 x 7.1 in|
|Item Weight||36.4 lbs||25.5 lbs||38.8 lbs||20.6 lbs||17.9 lbs||20.1 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||35 pages_per_minute||35 pages_per_minute||33 pages_per_minute||35 pages_per_minute||14.5 pages_per_minute||33 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||11 x 17 inch||11 x 17 inch||13 x 19 inch||11 x 17 inch||13 x 19 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac|
|Print Media Type||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Transparencies||Paper (plain)||Card stock, Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Glossy photo paper, Paper (plain)||Envelopes||Paper (plain)|
|Additional Features||Auto-Document Feeder||Automatic Duplexing (two sided printing)||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Network-Ready||Auto-Document Feeder|
The Brother MFC-J6920DW helps increase business productivity with fastest in class print speeds1, low cost 2-sided printing, single-pass 2-sided 11” x 17” scanning/copying, up to 500-sheet paper capacity, NFC connectivity2, and a suite of innovative cloud apps3.
Businesses looking for a hard-working color inkjet all-in-one shouldn’t have to make compromises. That’s why Brother offers the MFC-J6920DW. It provides the Ultimate Combination for business: a high-end, business-quality feature set, completely intuitive operation, and increased productivity. The MFC-J6920DW also provides low-cost printing, thanks to the availability of Super High Yield Replacement Ink Cartridges4 that print approximately 2,400 black pages and 1,200 color pages.
Fastest in class print speed means you won't waste time waiting for your documents to print.
The MFC-J6920DW boasts fastest in class print speed1, so you’ll get your documents when you need them at up to 35 ppm color or 27 ppm black5. Plus you’ll enjoy the added convenience of time-saving, 2-sided printing, and single-pass duplex scanning and copying.
Full 11" x 17" capability is an idea feature for businesses that work with larger documents.
Whether you’re using the machine’s 11” x 17” scan glass, printing from the dual paper trays, or copying, scanning or faxing from the up to 35 sheet automatic document feeder, you’ll appreciate just how simple it is to produce and share oversized documents.
Print wirelessly from your mobile device.
The MFC-J6920DW gives you a full menu of choices for connecting to mobile devices. Near Field Communication (NFC) enables wireless two-way communication between two devices within close proximity of one another. NFC capability automatically establishes a direct connection between your NFC enabled Smartphone or tablet and the MFC-J6920DW, so you can print or scan - without having to connect to a network or enter any login credentials!2 The MFC-J6920DW also supports wireless printing from your mobile device via6: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Cortado Workplace and Wi-Fi Direct, that allows you to print wirelessly from PC or mobile devices without the need for a router.
Brother Cloud Apps and Web Connect interface add a new dimension of functionality to your color inkjet all-in-one.
The MFC-J6920DW comes with a suite of Brother Cloud Apps2 that you access directly from the machine’s TouchScreen Display. You’ll be amazed by the functionality of these document management and sharing apps:
- Outline & Copy: lets you make a physical copy of only selected portions of an existing hard copy document.
- Outline & Scan: enables you to select parts of a physical document and scan just those parts into a digital file on a transparent background.
- Outline & Remove: lets you remove selected portions of a hard copy document with a red outline, and then produces a physical copy of the remaining information.
- NoteScan: prints a note-taking template from the cloud, in your choice of 1, 2, 4, or 8 pages on a single sheet of letter-sized paper. Once the sheet is filled with notes, scan it using NoteScan and the pages will be automatically separated and converted into a series of JPEGs for easy storage or sharing.
- Brother Creative Center Templates: Print commonly-used business documents like calendars, note-taking forms, signage, as well as fun seasonal documents directly from your TouchScreen Display.
You can also access popular web services directly from your internet-connected MFC-J6920DW from the TouchScreen Display using the Web Connect7 interface. Upload to or download from specific web services without using a computer.
Exclusive Landscape Print Technology is a Brother innovation with customers in mind.
Innovative Landscape Print Technology, which stores and feeds paper into the machine in landscape orientation allows Brother to deliver the Ultimate Combination of features for business in a machine with a sleek design in a smaller footprint.
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. But our commitment doesn’t stop there: we offer a 2-year limited warranty on the MFC-J6920DW and stand behind your purchase with phone support for the life of your product. Whether you have a product question or a technical issue, Brother is always at your side.
|Max Print Speed||Up to 12/10ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)||Up to 12/10ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)||Up to 12/10ppm (ISO/IEC 24734)|
|Other Features||Mobile Device Printing6, Wi-Fi Direct||Mobile Device Printing6, Wi-Fi Direct||NFC Capable2, Mobile Device Printing6, Wi-Fi Direct|
|Brother Cloud Apps, 11"x17" Scan Glass||Brother Cloud Apps, 11"x17" Scan Glass||Brother Cloud Apps, 11"x17" Scan Glass|
|Media Card/ Pict Bridge||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes|
|Networking||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)||Ethernet & Wireless (b/g/n)|
|LCD||3.3" Color TouchScreen||3.3" Color TouchScreen||3.3" Color TouchScreen|
|Paper Capacity (max.)||250||500||500|
1. Based on competitive in-class inkjet models with an estimated street price under $300. Competitive data gathered from manufacturer websites and third party industry sources as of February 2013.
2. See brother.com/nfc for a list of compatible mobile devices.
3. Requires Internet connection. See www.brother.com for more details.
4. Additional purchase required.
5. 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. See www.brother.com/printspeed for details.
6. Requires a connection to a wireless network. See www.brother.com for details, availability, and mobile device compatibility. The Brother iPrint&Scan free app download is not available in all countries.
7. Requires Internet connection and an account with desired service. See www.brother.com for more details.
Top customer reviews
I cant believe i bought this printer the end of 2013. It is still working great. The best money I ever spent on a printer. And i have saved so much on ink. I could not be happier. I expect this printer will be working great in another 3 years. It took some tweaking to get it printing the way I wanted. But it was so worth it.
Just changed my review from 4 stars to 5. This printer has been working flawlessly for me for almost 2 years. Very few jams, no print head clogs or replacements. And the most affordable ink if you can find the XXL cartridges. You can buy a three pack for color (LC105CL) cartridges. They can all be purchased separately including the XXL Black (LC109BK). I print to this printer from my cell phone while hundreds of miles away. I'm so impressed. But the best thing is the paper handling capability! I love this printer more ever month. Finally a product built to last.
I just took my review from 2 stars to 4 stars. This really is a pretty good printer and I would recommend it, as long as you know up front that you will have to do some tweaking on the print quality (you have to read the comments below)...
Also, I want to thank those that have added their findings in the comments. This review would not be complete without you!
Here is my original review with a few other edits along the way:
At this time, this is Brother's new, Flagship printer. It has every bell and whistle you can imagine. I needed a printer that will handle Legal (8.5x14) paper. This printer will do that and does up to 11x17 paper. So Legal size paper should be no problem. One advertised feature that impressed me is the ability to copy or scan duplex (two sided) paper in one pass. It is also supposed to print duplex paper in one pass. Hence, it should be faster and it would be less likely that it will get a paper jam flipping the paper over. I'm not sure how much we will use this, but it is nice knowing it has that ability.
I have tested printing from my Android cell phone and it works. My prints came out the size of photo paper (about 5 by 7). I have not looked for a way to select the tray or paper size yet. But I can see how this ability will be useful to us.
Installation: I read in a review the software on the included CD is out of date. So I did not even try the CD. I went to the [...]site and downloaded everything I thought I would need. There are a lot of pieces to the software and doing this is a real pain. (Edit 1/28/14 - I believe I downloaded and installed more software than was needed. I now believe there is only one software download required. I believe it is the first one in the list on the Brother support page for this printer.) Also, the printer came with C firmware. At this time the latest firmware is G. So plan on downloading and installing the latest firmware. I think that is a lot of firmware levels for less than a year. It makes me think they released this printer before it was fully tested and ready. (Edit 1/28/14 - Wow, got notification of another firmware release today. I still need to download and try it. I will let you know if I can see an improvement in print quality. I'm hoping that Brother has been working on this issue.)
My biggest complaint is color printing and copying. The text is not that great either. As I mentioned above, this printer has every bell and whistle you could ever want. That is way cool. But if it does not print well, it seems to me that the advanced features are not important.
This is Brothers new top of the line personal printer. I just can't believe the poor quality of the color prints. When I removed my old Lexmark printer, it has about 6 pages in the output tray. As soon as I got the MFC-J6920DW setup and tested, I decided to try copying these pages. I wanted to see how the document feeder worked. The pages were a combination of text and color graphics. The colors were bright and vibrant going in, but the output looked nothing like the originals. The bright beautiful color was gone. The colors looked pastel and washed out, like the printer is trying to save ink. I tried copying the same pages with the printer set to "Best" rather than "Normal". These prints took for ever, and there was a only a very small improvement. They still looked nothing like the original pages my old Lexmark had printed. So, I called Brother support to see about changing the settings. Well, guess what, there are only two settings (Normal, and Best), and I had already tried them both. They had me try darkening the copy one step, but still no joy, and now the text was too dark and starting to loose detail.
Conclusion: The paper handling capabilities of this printer are amazing, and seem to be very robust. I don't think it will ever jam. (Edit 1/28/14)- I have now had jams; but always a result of me letting the paper out tray get full. The jams were a pain to get out as there were several pages in various places. I think it will be easier in the future now that I know where the doors and flaps are.) And all the advanced features are great. But lets face it, the most important thing an All-in-One printer should do is print well, and this printer just does not. Scenic photos I have printed using the best setting on plain paper look just horrible. I have not tried photo paper yet, but doubt it will fix the problem. I have been through all of the settings, and even call Brother support, and I just can't get the print quality to improve.
This printer is a perfect fit for my requirements, but the print quality is simply unacceptable. What a shame, Brother has some amazing technology in this printer. If you are picky about print and graphic quality like I am, avoid this printer. However, you may not be able to find a printer that has this ones paper handling capability. In that case, get it and lower your print expectations like I have.
Edit 2/27/2014 - Hey guys, make sure to read the comments to this thread. There is some very good information in them. There is information on using photo printer paper and setting the color density to get better print quality. I believe the color density feature was added with the latest firmware update.
Fast and accurate scanning
Good over all printing
Relatively easy to set up
Ink is a bit cheaper
Color printing is not good, images are washed out
I purchased this to replace my 4 year old HP 8500 OfficeJet pro. That unit just up and quit one day and there was no going back. Being in real estate, it's imperative that we have a good quality and functioning color printer/ scanner. No one uses fax anymore so the fax capability was lost on me.
I like the fact that I can drop 30+ pages into the feed tray and scan them quickly and accurately with this device. General black and white printing is also very quick and of good quality. Where this printer really disappointment me was with its' color printing. I printed a number of color Open House brochures from my desktop to this printer which was located in another room without thinking about the output. When I went to pick them up I saw the colors were washed out and very bland, bad really. I decided that I would replace the paper with high-end color inkjet paper with a semi-gloss finish to enhance the color output, and also change the printer settings in Windows to both set the correct type of paper I was using and set the output to BEST. The brochures certainly took longer to print, but honestly, the output wasn't all that much better. I haven't had time to really dig into this issue to see if there are other things I can do to improve the color output but, if what I've experienced is the best it gets, then I could not recommend this as replacement if good (* not great or even excellent) color printing is a requirement. Other than this, the unit seems to be of good build quality and mechanically is a step up from the HP (which always seemed like it was tearing itself apart every time you printed something).
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