Conclusion: The Brother HL-4570cdwt is a highly functional device with only very small issues coming up during our review. I think the biggest issue we had was that I couldn't get the HL-4570cdwt to recognize a Microsoft Word document when using the front side USB port. Which is pretty small when you think about all the features that did work: print speeds up to 30 ppm, a solid Toner Saver mode, quality prints, automatic duplexing, a large monthly duty cycle, dual paper drawers and...
Pros: Good print quality, Secure Print feature, Large paper capacity
Cons: No Word docs using front side USB port, An occasional print pause, Two-line display
Excerpt: Its £496 price tag is budget-friendly for small and medium-size workgroups, as are its reasonable toner costs. Its speed and features are competitive with those of the pricier Dell 3130CN . Where the Brother HL-4570CDW falls a little short is in photo quality; it's best suited for mainstream business graphics as a result. The Oki C330dn costs less but is slower, has even dicier colour quality, and charges more for its toner.
Excerpt: If you're looking to buy a printer for a small to mid-size workgroup, the Brother HL-4070CDW makes an excellent choice. Brother's colour laser packs a ton of useful features - wireless networking, duplexing capabilities and PostScript compatibility (via emulation) - while still delivering speedy performance, ease of use and excellent print quality.