Summary: UPDATE, 25 May 2012: Still working great. Original Review: Have had this for several years now, and am still very happy with it. Small foot print, good quality laser printing, inexpensive. If your printing needs are small to moderate, I highly recommend this model.
Summary: Has been a solid performer for me for 18 months. Seems to use toner at a reasonable rate - I buy the recycled ones from Office Depot without a problem. As with most network printers, the web interface to configure it can be slow and limiting, and counter intuitive (hardware makers don't usually make...
Summary: For my first black and white laser printer works very well. Gives good quality printed jobs. Fast when printing several pages. Paper is curled at ends when exits the printer,but set down for few minutes and paper flattens out. Very good product for the price.
Summary: I bought this printer based on features, price and existing Amazon reviews. In short, it's performed well enough for my needs so far. Print quality is very clean and sharp, though pages do exit the feed with a little bit of a curl to them. Network performance is great.
Summary: I got it running on the new Mac Leopard OS (October 2007 release -But, the new diver install worked on the web, NOT on the set-up disk), works beautifully just like the other reviews said, exceptional beautifully clear non smudge print quality.
Summary: Easy to set up. Easy to connect with wireless network, my wife can now print remotely from her laptop. Quality is great, text is clear. Print time from when you turn it on till it prints is relatively short and once it's warmed up very short!Envelopes curl after printing.
Summary: Small form factor and compatibility with Windows and Mac are HUGE features. My wife has a Mac, and I have an Windows XP PC, they both had an easy time with this printer. The web interface is basic, but it gets the job done. Quiet and fast too!
Summary: We love this printer. It's not perfect, but it's very very nice. I used a stop watch and timed the print speed on a 20 page print job. Not quite the advertised print speed of 20 per min, more like 20 per min and 7 seconds, but still, it's very fast.
Summary: I purchased the Brother HL-2070N after my HP Laserjet died about 6 weeks ago. Overall, it has been very good for the price. We are an all Mac household, and it was very easy to install the drivers and plug directly into our home network. We are using it in a home business that does music editing.
A little quirky to get set up, but works well after that.
14 February 2007
Summary: Once this was set up on my network, it's a good little printer. The setup was a bit awkward, and I'm a long time IT power user (back to late 1970's). I have a home LAN and hooked this printer up to a switch that connects to my router.