Summary: I took a risk and won.69000 page count.I have used Brother printers for many years and they are great. I did have to buy a drum and toner, but tried after market parts which I found for 32.00. The wired ethernet connection did not work, but the USB and wireless were fine.
It was a waste of money to buy a printer that will not sync wireless comput
9 April 2012
Summary: This printer will not sync with my touch smart hp computer thru my ciscovalet wireless router and there is no help thru Brother. It was impossible to contact a service tech by phone . If the Brother is connected via cable it will not let the photosmart printer that is synced to the hp touch smart print even though both are installed.
Summary: I, like many purchasers of Laser Printers, was looking for an economical route to replace the ink-guzzling color inkjet printer that costs over $100 per refill. I still plan on keeping it for those jobs that I or my children need color for, but that only accounts for about 10% of out needs. I opted for the Brother HL-5370DW because it supported Wireless printing and based on the great ratings. Everything that I read in the reviews was true of this printer.
I thoroughly recommend the Brother HL-5370DW. We have 4 in my company.
7 March 2012
Summary: I really like brother printers. I find them to be excellent value for money and there is great availability of accessories on ebay. The HL-5370DW is no exception. It delivers fast accurate prints. It is set to wireless printing by default, so you will beed to reset it to wired printing for those in a wired office with no wireless computers, if you want to share it. Windows 7 already has the printer drivers so the included driver disk is a great by unnecessary perk.
Summary: I've been buying Brother laser printers for years, because they're some of the best consumer/SOHO laser printers out there if you run Linux as your OS. This printer is no exception. The primary attributes are postscipt printing with the built-in BR-Script language, the ability to upgrade the memory easily and inexpensively (important for postscript printing), and the relatively low cost of toner per page.