Excerpt: Considering a new printer for your home office or small business? Then you owe it to yourself and/or your coworkers to read our full review of the Brother MFC-6890cdw! The MFC-6890cdw is at the top of Brother's all-in-one inkjet line, offering 11 x 17 inch ledger printing, scanning, copying and faxing as well as network connectivity, a 4.2-inch touch screen, automatic duplexing, a standard paper capacity up to 350 sheets and a built-in card reader.
Pros: Good print quality, Built-in networkin g, Large paper capacity
Cons: Slow to average print speeds, No built-in scan software
Summary: Brother has done it again, putting out a top-quality color inkjet printer that can handle just about any small-office tasks with skill and good results. Its slow print speeds across a wireless network make it less than optimal for lots of small print jobs, but overall its quality, networking, and versatility make it a good, but pricey, bet.
Pros: Excellent print quality, Easy to set up wired / wireless networking, Ink doesn't leave plain paper soggy
Cons: Some slow print speeds, especially across the network, Jumbo size may challenge small offices, Expensive
Excerpt: The Brother MFC6890CDW lets you scan, print and copy and lets you take advantage of its wireless network abilities to print from your computer without the hassle of cables. It can print at a speed of up to 35 pages per minute and grab photos to print directly from your camera's memory card.
Excerpt: (1 items) Brother’s MFC-6890CDW is a large format ink-jet multifunction device targeted at small- and medium-sized businesses. You can print, scan, and fax over USB, wired Ethernet, or wirelessly over Wi-Fi. The MFC-6890CDW has a 50-sheet automatic document feeder for copying and scanning, memory card slots, a PictBridge USB port, and can automatically print two-sided, letter sized documents.
Pros: Automatic duplexing, Multiple connection options, Inexpensive ink-cost per page when using high capacity cartridges, Large format prints and scans
Cons: Paper jams and misfeeds were common, Paper trays were difficult to adjust, Prints on Brother’s glossy photo paper were unattractive
Brother's top-of-the-line A3 inkjet multifunction has automatic duplex and Wi-Fi connectivity
Good Gear Guide.au
24 March 2010
Summary: Despite slow print speeds, Brother's MFC-6890CDW multifunction printer provides quality A3 prints backed by a comprehensive feature set. It won't replace a dedicated photo printer, but can produce in-house marketing materials with good results.
Pros: Good print quality, comprehensive feature set, A3 media capability, function lock, reasonable running costs
Summary: I get the chance to look at a lot of A4 multi function machines but very few A3 ones often because of the size; those I do see are normally laser units here just for a change is an A3 ink jet offering from Brother .