Summary: Expensive but top notch. Once passed the wireless set up, which is a bit" PC set up like", everything just goes smooth. Printing, scanning wirelessly is the must. Doubled side scan is great. Quality of print is great. It does consume a lot of toner though. And it is very, very heavy to relocate.
Summary: I received this all in one unit after doing some serious research on cost of ownership. I have got to say, this has been the best value of all the laser printers I own (4 total). Really has saved me time and money. Well worth the extra $'s to buy this model. The above is my original review.
Summary: Overall this has been a great printer for my small office. It prints and scans duplex, with a flatbed scanner and document feeder. I won't reiterate the features list, I love everything about the printer but there is a short list of quirks.
Summary: This printer is the primary copier, primary color printer, and primary fax machine in our engineering office with six professionals. It is also our primary scanner. We have a total of six printers in service - four HPs and two Brothers.
Summary: I finally had enough of the Canon Pixma MFC, especially with how fast it goes through ink and how annoying it is when the ink is at about 40%. This printer/copier/scanner is large and quite heavy as many have noted. But, it is not unreasonable for home use.
Summary: After about a year of small business use, we have been pleased with the effectiveness and always-there status of the Brother MFC 9840CDW. However, we just had an unusual (for us) experience I would like to report.
Summary: This is the only printer that offers everything a normal human being could ever need--and then some. For those of you wishing to escape from "Dell Hell," this is definitely your ticket out. It actually works! Set-up difficult only in proportion to my ignorance about WEP encoding. Customer service?