Summary: You can print from your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, etc.) over Wi-Fi using Apple's AirPrint feature, and (another rarity) from NFC (Near Field Communication) phones like the Samsung Galaxy S4, connecting by simply touching the phone to your printer. (PCMag.com tests NFC printing and finds it "impressively easy.") There's a PictBridge port, so you can connect a camera or USB stick and print directly.
Pros: Good-looking printouts and photos, Solid performance (printing, scanning, copying and faxing), Prints wirelessly via Wi-Fi, AirPrint or NFC (Near Field Communication), Auto-duplexing, Great company reputation and two-year warranty
Cons: 100-sheet paper tray isn't for high-volume users
video Review: Brother MFC-J870DW boasts NFC and many more features, but performance is just average
20 August 2013
Excerpt: (1 items) It’s hard to stand out as a $150 printer. Many, many models crowd this affordable price range. Brother pulls off quite a feat, therefore, with the $150 MFC-J870DW. It beats out every other competitor by being the first to offer near-field communication (NFC) as a standard feature. It also crams this product with nearly everything else you could possibly want in a consumer printer. Even better, the printer has reasonably priced inks and a two-year warranty.
Pros: Reasonably priced inks, Two-year warranty, Impressively long feature list includes NFC and CD/DVD printing
Cons: Copying two-sided documents is a tedious, manual process