Summary: Great printer, but the toner life is based (as far as I can tell) solely on pages printed. So if you print x number of pages even with only a single dot of color on it, the printer will count that as a page printed in that color. My starter black toner quit after 250 pages. Here is how to fix this - open the top of the printer, then simultaneously press the "Secure" and "X Cancel" buttons. This will put the printer into a special service mode.
Summary: This is a good quality color laser printer. I really like the wireless feature. The only downside is that the low toner warning comes on very soon, and stays on a long time before you actually run out, but that's not a big deal.
Summary: I bought the device so that I could print wirelessly. Worked perfectly for some time until I got a new router. Probably user error on my part, but now after I set it up, constantly looses connection wirelessly. Overall, great value.
Summary: This does a very good job of rendering color presentation to paper, where it falls down is the photo quality. Whilst accurate in color palette, the actual quality is not that great, even on its best setting. We have a HP color laser that cost 4 times the price of this, and happily frame the photos it prints. You would not want to frame the output of this printer.
Summary: It works pretty well for the price especially. The colors are a little bit duller that our previous printer, but hardly noticeable at all. Replaced a Dell 1320c that was constantly giving us problems. The only problem I've had is that the fact that it won't won't connect unless I do it wirelessly for some reason. When trying to set it up as USB only, it keeps getting error messages and won't work.
Summary: Overall, I like this printer, and so does my wife. Here's the breakdown... Good: Print from any device in the house; Larger tray than the inkjet; Quicker printing than the inkjet; Will likely replace the cartridges less frequently than the inkjet. No-so good: Dims the lights in the room when it kicks on; Seems to emit a lot of heat when printing; Has a strange odor when printing; Much heavier than I expected.
Summary: This works good for our family. We go for months without printing anything then we might need to print some pictures or documents for school projects or work. Always ready to go, no annoying dried up ink catridges with a color laser. They say inkjet is cheaper per page but I call BS. When you have to replace the ink so much before it is empty and sometimes the printer it self is ruined because of dried up ink you loose money. Print quality is pretty good.
Summary: I needed a color laser (or, in this case, LED) printer for high volume color printing for DVD sets (labels and case covers). I just didn't like waiting for my photo inkjet to do the job. After research, I chose the Brother HL3075CW from Amazon. The price was very reasonable with free shipping using Prime. The printer arrived promptly and was very easy to set up.
Summary: Well let me start off by saying this little printer is perfect for how we do business in our household. I always wanted a laser color printer, but I was torn between which one to get! So I figured it out. I'm looking for something just right and my wife and I actually went out and look at some from staples and office depot and online. Didn't want to spend a whole lot of money but when your talking laser color printer then automatically your over 200 dollars!
Summary: I read reviews extensively on several sites including this one. I primarily wanted a color Laser/LED printer to print labels for my homebrew bottles. The inkjet labels run when they get wet. This printer did the trick! I was prepared for non photo quality printing and kept my inkjet for that. There were complaints that the printer is noisy, but it's not any noisier than my b&w laser.