Summary: This Brother 790CW all-in-one performed admirably in all my tests. The large, color touchscreen is a particularly handy and welcome addition. It's a little on the slow side, and at large sizes the fonts aren't the sharpest I've seen; but for the price, it's a great buy. Plus, since it's fairly small and compact, it won't take up much room in your office.
Pros: Wireless networking, Large color touchscreen, Great photo prints
Cons: Cumbersome process to use photo-paper feed, Squeaky printing
Summary: Brother's MFC-790CW is a solid multifunction device for the home office. The versatility of having faxing, wireless printing, scanning, copying, and a built-in answering machine makes the machine highly desirable for home businesses, especially those working on a budget. On the one hand, its black text printing tests were slower overall compared to competing printers, which may give businesses that require quick printing pause before purchasing the Brother MFC-790CW.
Conclusion: Of course it does have it’s problems, the included ink will not last long, especially in a business setting, you’ll be buying it shortly after the initial purchase. The LCD touchscreen is one of the main features and it’s not that good honestly, the overall quality is just not what I expected, when something is the focal point as this is, you really expect it to be one of the best parts of the device and it’s not at all.
Pros: Well made, Full of features, Easy setup and use, Near laser quality, Ink is inexpensive, Built in phone and messaging center, Ink dries very fast, no smudges, Excellent quality pictures
Cons: Includes trial ink cartridges will have to buy more soon after purchase, LCD screen resolution quality is not good, Long print time for full 8×10 photos, Large and heavy
Conclusion: Brother’s MFC-790CW is a solid choice for the home office or small-business user on a budget looking for one device that can do everything. It can handle any office activities you need it to do including voicemail, faxing, scanning and copying. Of course, it does have its problems. Similar to most inkjets the included ink doesn’t last long (replacements cost £15 per black ink cartridge and £10 per coloured ink and are good for around 450 pages) and the touchscreen...
Excerpt: Equipped with a flatbed scanner, an automatic document feeder for copying and scanning, a (smallish) 50-sheet printer tray, a built-in answering machine, and a telephone headset, the Brother MFC-790CW is ideal for the home-office setting.
Conclusion: Ze skrótu MFC w nazwie urządzenia wynika, że poza drukowaniem, skanowaniem i kopiowaniem urządzenie może także wysyłać i odbierać faksy. C oznacza kolor, a W – możliwość podłączenia urządzenia do sieci zarówno kablowej jak i bezprzewodowej. Ale największy hit w tym urządzeniu nie znalazł swego odbicia w nazwie. Chodzi o duży, jedenastocentymetrowy ekran dotykowy.