Multi Function Center Printer Scanner from Brother.
26 May 2009
Summary: Great Price, Has worked longer than any other printer that I have used (3 yrs). The inks are the cheapest, and you only have to change the indivdual color that runs out. However, if you don't have one to replace it with, you cannot not print without it.
Summary: Considering the fact that this printer was free with the purchase of a digital camera, I would not recommend purchasing this printer. If you can get it for free - go for it. Biggest complaint was trying to print standard sized photos. It never would print the pictures correctly on photo paper.
Summary: We purchased this product as a gift. We have never been able to get it to work. It does not recognize ink cartridges as installed when they are. The point of purchase (not Amazon) refuses to take it back because (on their recommendation) we removed the UPC code and sent it in for a mail-in rebate.
Summary: I owned this printer for a year and a half. It finally died last week so I was actually motivated enough to get another one. The scanner never worked (tech support couldn't figure it out, and since I don't use a scanner all that often I let it go). As others mentioned, the LCD is terrible.
Great Printer that seems to be hard to find - - Except for Canada
A. Arrington, Amazon
12 May 2007
Summary: Great machine at a great price. While not totally mobile, it is one of the best priced and lightest printer/scanners I have located with a flat bed that I can use as a mobile device. I have ordered two machines and have highly recommended it to friends.
Summary: This is one of a series, based on the same print engine. The units range from a simple scanner/printer (this model), to others with fax and even auto collators. So, it's simply a matter of features to base your choice on.
Summary: This is a product that tries to do too much. On the plus side are the price and the features. It is a flatbed scanner, printer, and color copier. One major feature is the memory card reader function, it will read secure digital, memory stick/memory stick pro, SSFD, and compact flash.
Summary: No USB cable to connect printer. Set up was very complicated, I ended up calling technical support. After waiting 20 minutes to speak to a live person they troubleshooted me through the process. Together we managed to get the black to print. Unfornately, all attempts at color failed.
Summary: This review describes a DCP-110C unit purchased in France. This is an entry level MFP with no fax. The installation on Windows 2000 was troublesome. This comment may not apply to Windows XP. On our MFP, the LCD display is nearly impossible to see from directly above the MFP.