Excerpt: For home use, and picture printing is seems to be a good value. I purchased for small office use and found it not compatible with my needs. It does not have a separate printing for envelopes etc.
Pros: Good For Home Printing, Long Cartridge Life, Sharp Tones & Colors
Summary: First and foremost - if you bought this printer with the intention of using it to print photos then look elsewhere.. The DPI (6000 x 1200 dpi - Color)alone should clue you in that this printer wasn't designed for complex photo prints.
Summary: Hi, I am not very satisfied of this product but of course I am using it and it is why I have replied "it's OK". Poor printing quality mainly for the colors. I am regretting my former HP Cheers
Summary: While I like the fact that this printer will handle 11x17 paper at a very low price, I was disappointed to learn that it really doesn't like paper that is heavier than standard 20# copy paper. I have yet to be able to print on card stock because it simply won't feed.
Summary: The printer is pretty much as I expected though quite a bit larger than I thought. The print quality is very good, but it is a very noisy machine. The installation was, for the most part, easy to understand and install and the wireless connectivity works well.
Summary: Everything OK, but ADF can't provide duplex printing and the Glass scanner is not appropriate with the size of authorized paper. That means we can print with Legal, Ledger papers but we cannot scan with the same size. The MFC J6910 DW is better.
Summary: First of all, please note - this is THE CHEAPEST available printer or MFD that can print up to 11x17 prints, at least at the moment of this review. So despite all the problems that I will mention below, it is still worth buying just because it is so cheap.
Excerpt: Printers are not exactly my favourite topic of conversation because with so many out there it seems you can get lost over what you truly want. Upon entering Maplin Electronics recently I stumbled upon a deal for this printer the Brother_J5910DW and I knew it would be a good investment.
Summary: It's performance is sporadic in that it's painfully slow most of the time, but has it's moments, with no logical reason why. Print quality is not much cop for other than rough outlines, but don't expect to use it very successfully on AutoCAD and I wouldn't even bother trying photographs.