Excerpt: This is the third machine we have purchased from Brother in 6-1/2 years with the same upgraded model number. The inherent problem with these models is the paper tray. We work the machines pretty hard and after a couple years the paper uptake wears out.
Excerpt: So far the printer seems great. I connected it to our wireless network with no problems. Our iPads see it and can print to it without any additional apps on the iPads. Duplex scanning and printing work flawlessly.
Summary: I earlier reviewed this and gave it 1 star due to printing problems which I was unable to fix. After much work, I was able to get the printer to work correctly. The problem proved to be related to the drum and the toner kit; when they were both replaced with the drum and toner kit from another new...
Scan from the computer but not from the printer itself
T. Cue., Amazon
1 July 2014
Summary: This was a big improvement over my last 3 Samsungs, in that it doesn't need to be reinstalled in order to scan documents. However, it has one major problem: scanning can only be accomplished from the computer, so when the printer is installed on an office network a three minute walk away from an...
Excerpt: I bought this unit to replace a DCP8085 with a bad duplexer. It is a little less user-friendly. Fewer buttons means digging through menus to get the same functions. MFC always defaults to FAX, which I will never use. I wish it could default to COPY. It makes beautiful, duplex copies, though.
Summary: I got this piner for home use, had trouble with the wireless setup but worked it out and was up and running with desktop and laptop computers in about three hours, havent tried scan yet or confirmed fax works but prining and copy are fast and sharp.
Summary: This printer has been operating in a office enviroment for over 6 months. The fast 40 PPM is great feature for a commerical application. Printing from a wireless tablet is added bonus. The functionality is very user friendly to operate,