Summary: The quality of this print is good,speed is great, but it is noisy. More importantly, the software that comes with it is clumsy. Example:. Each time I want to print a multiple page document, I have to go into the settings, choose "Duplex" then choose "Long Edge" so the document will read from page to page by turning it at the right side (like a book in the western tradition).
Summary: There are a lot of detailed reviews on this printer so to come straight to the point. If you need a color laser at home for the occasional large volume printing, good color and print quality that won't break the bank (too much), this is the one to get. Using ink printers for color rich whole page prints can saturate normal print paper but with laser sheets remain crisp. Took about 15-20 minutes to do 100 duplex full page prints. one-sided prints go faster.
Summary: THIS P.O.S. WAS OBVIOUSLY MADE IN CHINA. #1 PROBLEM IS THAT IS TOTALLY HANGS UP MY PC SO THAT I MUST RE-START IT OVER AND OVER IN ORDER TO PRINT ANYTHING!! #2 PROBLEM IS THAT IT CANNOT DUPLEX CARD STOCK AT ALL. SHAME ON BROTHER FOR CHOOSING TO HAVE ITS PRINTERS MADE IN CHINA-WHERE ALL THE CRAP IS MADE..............
Summary: I had to return this printer after spending over an hour on the phone with Brother customer service only to find out that Brother wireless printers won't connect with computers that do not have internal wireless network cards (i.e., that rely on USB external wifi signal receivers), which is true of all my computers. I can't understand why this is the case, neither could the customer service person explain it.
Summary: For the price, this is not a bad printer, but there are a number of things that are frustrating about it. The primary thing is that it often takes a REALLY long time to print. You also don't get any warning before the toner runs out, you just find out one day that you're out, and you can't print. If the color toner runs out, you can't print black and white until you replace the color toner.
Summary: I'm in a small, fast-paced business office. I've only had the printer for a few weeks. I do alot of printing throughout the day (go through atleast a ream of paper a day). One complaint is the amount of paper the printer actually holds. My prior printer could hold a whole ream of paper in the main tray. This printer only holds less than half a ream of paper.
Summary: i've had this printer for 4 years and 28,000 pages and the fuser is gone bust it's supposed to last for 80,000 pages it still prints but with a color smudge and a weird wrinkle down the page haven't sprung for the $170 fuser since i can get by with it as is but a bit disappointed oh well nothing's perfect in this world
Summary: Where do I start, I put out a newsletter and after doing the first month I was out the cost for all new toner cartridges as 500 sheets and that is all they would produce even with removing and redistributing the toner. the heat of the paper curls #20 and when I put that into a folder it jacks up that operation. HOWEVER the color images on the paper are great, we used to put out a B&W newsletter and not it's color.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace my old HP 2550L color laserjet that I've had for a number of years. I was happy with the HP quality and the price of the toner had come down substantially from when I originally bought it (mostly through buying from Amazon.com marketplace), but the old printer was stretched for memory and strange error messages that weren't in the manual kept appearing. So it seemed time to shop for a new printer to replace my HP.
Summary: Wireless setup was a breeze. Like other reviewers stated, there is significant paper curling, but the color looks great. It's pretty fast as well. I print a lot of color power point presentations and they look really nice. Unfortunately, on two of the first three print jobs, there have been paper jams. I read and followed the manual about fanning the paper before putting it in the tray. Hopefully this issue will subside, and I'll update the review if it does.