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
Brother's top-of-the-line A3 inkjet multifunction has automatic duplex and Wi-Fi connectivity
Good Gear Guide.au
18 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 .