Summary: Brother's MFC-J6720DW printer has all the options you need for micro and home office printing. Quality is above average for anything from text documents to pie charts, but the printer does fall short with photo prints, even 4 x 6 prints.
Pros: There are two 250-sheet trays, which is great if you need to print a consistently high volume.
Conclusion: There are plenty of great things about the Brother MFC-J6710dw including a bevy of business features: a front side USB port, double paper trays, automatic duplexing, low energy use, extra high yield ink cartridges, 11.7 x 17 inch flatbed scanner and a 35-sheet ADF for $299.99.
Pros: A good array of business-centric features, 3-year warranty, Front side USB port
Cons: Photo printing issues, Paper jams with thicker media
Summary: The Brother MFC-J6710DW can print, copy, scan, and fax documents up to A3 (i.e., 11 x 17 inches or 297 x 420 mm) and it has an automatic duplexer that will let you use both sides of the paper. It is easy to set up wirelessly (802.11 b/g/n) and also supports wired Ethernet and USB.
Summary: To sum up the whole experience with the MFD, the Brother MFC-J6710DW is a great compact all-in-one A3-sized printing unit for large offices or for architects and professionals in the similar category who require big-sized print documents and scans. Specifications
Summary: If posters, calendars, or fancy brochures are in your small office's future, check out the Brother MFC-J6710DW colour inkjet multifunction printer, which can print, copy, scan, and fax at media sizes up to 11 by 17 inches.
Summary: Finally the printing needs of the SOHOs have been addressed completely! Priced within a comfortable range of INR 12300 to 14500, Brother MFC-J6710DW all-in-one Inkjet printer has all the standard features of its genre machines like scanning and faxing over a network or copying, faxing and emailing...