Summary: I have used this series of printers for about 12 years, I have found that theBrother line works well in a medium duty home office environment. Here are some comments: 1. Networking is a must. These work well and easily with every device on my network. My PCs, MAC, iPhone and iPads can all see and use this printer. Some devices have a little trouble with a few features, such as duplexing, but all can print easily. 2.
Summary: I purchased this printer for a home business. About two months out of the year I simply pound on a printer and its reliability is critical. I had always used HP prior to purchasing this printer and was somewhat skeptical of Brother, but purchased this printer based on the reviews. What I love is the speed, duplex printing and dependability. The copy function is excellent, but the scanning, although it works fine, can't compete with a dedicated scanner.
Summary: I did like my printer, only I was thinking that I could print paper in color but not, I didn't see that on the description saying it's only print in black and white. but, it give excellent job thank you for being helpful to me. just I want you to send item in my country next time, It became very expensive with the taxes of my country and pounds to pay by eps.
Summary: I researched all the brands and models in the under $500 range, read lots of reviews here and elsewhere, and determined that the Brother DCP-8085DN ranked as good or better than all its competitors. It has the feature set I wanted for my new business, including the ability to scan to PDF, several image file formats, and OCR. It is also a very quick printer for single-side and reasonably quick for duplex printing.
Summary: I have been using the DCP-8085dn at home for about 4 weeks and am extremely happy with its performance. I was mainly looking for a decent scanner with duplexing capability to scan the family records we have to PDF (which is a mountain of paper). I was also fed up with inkjet printers because we don't print much and with our past printers, the ink cartridges (usually nearly full) would dry up between printing.