Summary: At first I was very disappointed setting up this printer because Google Cloud printing would not connect due to an internal error message. After spending hours with their tech support on the phone with no results, I received an email from support stating just to create a new Google account and try...
Airprint MUST have direct wired connection to router to work
M. Ruderman, Amazon
28 June 2014
Summary: While I love Brother printers and bought this printer to replace an older non-wireless printer, I was disappointed with the lack of concise information given about the Airprint capabilities. The printer is easy to set up and connect to the computer.
Summary: I have 5 of these that I'm responsible for peppered around my plant. They give plenty of warning when the toner goes low to when they actually stop printing. Since we have multiple machines, we keep toner on hand.
Pros: Fast install on a network. Network tools show me which ones need toner or service from my desk. We run some of these units hard, switch between paper and labels, and they really jam infrequently.
Cons: Two of my heaviest use machines needed new fuser rollers after just 18 months. Unfortunately, the cost of the fuser rollers is close to the cost of a new printer so even though I don't like throwing out working equipment, it doesn't make sense to repair.
Summary: First, let me address the printer itself, which deserves five stars for its operation under Windows 8.1. Read and follow the instructions that come with it, and you'll find installation is very easy.
Summary: I ordered this, as I needed a new printer. As I'm a (perpetual) college student, I use laser printers for their large print capacity and relatively low print cost. I previously used a budget laser printer (HP in the ~$100 range) that served me well, but had driver issues with my mac and couldn't do...