Conclusion: Brother doesn’t target any of its printers or MFPs for the home or consumer market – the MFC-J870DW we tested is marketed as a device for small businesses. But the same features and functionality that make the MFC-J870DW attractive to a small business – good quality output, fast printing, and economical operation – will also appeal to home users. In fact, because of its relatively small-capacity paper tray, the MFC-J870DW may be more suitable in a home than in an office.
Pros: Attractive price, Compact, Good output quality, Reasonable ink cost
Cons: No automatic duplexing on ADF, Under-saturated photos on plain paper, Small-capacity paper tray, Slow copying
Conclusion: An inkjet all-in-one printer that won't waste ink and is actually reliable: The Brother MFC-J870DW wows experts and owners simply by doing its job without fuss. The paper tray only holds 100 sheets, but that's fine for personal or home-office use. Printouts and photos look nice, and the Brother MFC-J870DW can print wirelessly, too. It handily wins the title of best all-in-one printer.
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
Excerpt: The Brother MFC-J870DW is a small business-oriented MFP with a comprehensive specification. There's a fax machine, direct printing and scanning from its USB port and memory card reader, wired and wireless networking and the ability to print from a smartphone or tablet using NFC. The MFP has a 6.8mm touchscreen and numeric pad which lights up when required.
Excerpt: Com a tradicional renovação da gama de impressoras, a Brother fez-nos chegar esta MFC-J870DW, que durante o período de testes revelou ter tudo o que um pequeno escritório precisa hoje em dia. Com a introdução de pormenores como...