Summary: I purchased this printer in May. It is now the beginning of September and this printer has already been in for service to replace the motherboard and the infuser (I think that is what they called it). There were spots all over the page and the ink rubbed off very easily.
Good printer--toner sensor forces to end good catridge!
D. Reel, Amazon
30 July 2011
Summary: This is a great printer EXCEPT the toner cartridge sensor is programmed to show "empty" when there is lots left. Worse, the printer will not print without a new cartridge! BAD, IMMORAL DESIGN BROTHER. Shame on you, Brother.
Summary: I don't recommend this print. 1. It curls the paper when printing. 2. The wireless feature could not be configured correctly. Not sure where the problem was but I can tell you the software was not helpful.
Summary: The other reviews pretty much spell out pros and cons of this printer. I usually like brother brand of printers, had a 5170dn before this one that died after many pages and years of service. But this one...
Summary: Comments about Brother HL-5370DW Laser Printer: I use this printer in my office. Within a couple of months a little gadget that pulls the paper from the tray broke. I called and spoke with a rep that kept me on the phone for 45 min. or so asking me to do this, and do this, and check that....
Cons: Flimsy Construction, Hard Setup, Hard To use, Jams Easily, Slow Print Time, Unreliable
Summary: I print 200 - 400 pages of contracts a day in duplex mode. I have never written a review on Amazon before, but the tech tyranny of this oppressive printer has prompted me to share. In summation, this printer has been crippled by the Brother company's greed.
went through 2 toners in 243 pages -- no help from Brother
15 October 2010
Summary: I am very disappointed with this purchase. The first toner died after 100 pages, and after working with customer service I replaced this toner with an $80 genuine brother toner, which was empty after another 140 pages.
Summary: Our company purchased 10 of these printers, and we've had them deployed for a few months now at remote sites on a pure wired network (no wireless setup). They print great, and are otherwise very reliable little machines.
Summary: This printer is great in terms of its print quality and basic mechanical operation, if you connect it using USB. However, it is totally false that this printer can be used wirelessly with a Macintosh.
Summary: Update - I don't know what is happening, but I can't get it to associate. The big problem is that I now have a stack of several dozen pages over the last hour - one with the ethernet and one with the "failed to associate" wireless for each vain attempt.