Summary: I came from a long line of problems with printers. this one was a godsend. It's not a ink guzzler, the print quality is excellent, support is good (very good) and it's easy to use and versatile.
Summary: I bought this printer from costco a few years ago and it worked fine for me. Good print quality. I use mainly for scanning and print outs. I always used OEM ink, though it is expensive. Previously I used to change printers every now and then. Networking is very good with strong wireless router.
Summary: This is the second brother fax printer I have purchased. I used the first one for several years before the electronics finally malfunctioned. I love these printer/ faxes. I can do everything in one spot. This one can also be set up wireless which is a plus.
Summary: I wasn't looking for a multi-function printer with a fax. But for the price, I purchased it. I got the machine in Jan. 09. And I couldn't be happier with this decision. Easy to use, I've had no problem with the wireless connection for my laptop. Picture printing was great.
Summary: I purchased the Brother MFC-790CW approximately 2 weeks ago as a replacement for a Dell Printer.The setup was easy and it was possible to add it to my wireless network in less than 15 minutes. The printer is quiet and it prints relatively fast with nice colors.
Summary: After looking through reviews and googling 'best all in one', I rarely saw Brother mentioned. It was either Canon, HP or Epson. So I first purchased the Epson Aristan 800. The first unit was defective with an error loop, so I replaced it with another.
Summary: Never before have a come across a printer like this, at such a low price. Brother has done it again, with their phenomenal line of office products. After witnessing the failure of not one, but three HP printers we decided to go with another brand.
Summary: Just received the item and it appears to do what's promised, though I haven't done any photo printing yet, I think the photo print quality will be just fine, being that they included some small photo paper in the box. In my opinion, wi-fi is the only way to go for printers.