Summary: I've own 6 Brother printers and have always liked them, but this is by far my favorite. Prints good quality prints. Probably the fastest printer I've ever owned. You will be very happy with this printer.
Summary: Far better than any of the reviews. This printer delivers flawlessly! If you print sporadically but fairly large number of prints when you do, this may well be your printer. I have had several high volume HP inkjet and, due to the self cleaning rituals, I figure that I was only getting the use of about a third of the rather pricy ink. Additionally, I have never had an HP printer that handled paper well. This Brother handles a ream at a time and NEVER goofs up.
This a HP LJ 4000 replacement awesome for the price
Randall D. Lind, Amazon
3 November 2014
Summary: I had a HP LJ 4000 you can buy them everyday for $110 off ebay. I paid for one that last me 5 years on a 12,000 cartridge then died. I really loved it and was planning on another. I then saw this a black HP LJ 4000 clone with WIFI I was like wow. I was scared to buy due to breaker issues I read. I am a home user so printing a lot is not an issue I just hate ink printers. Print 50 pages then spend another $35 for another cartridge.
The size of the paper tray is excellent, can hold a whole ream
11 October 2014
Summary: Raised on older "quality" HP printers, but discovered Brother as a high-quality, lower-cost alternative. My search started because I needed an native AirPrint printer. Went through the software options available at the time and just didn't want to devote to having a computer on all-the-time.
Excerpt: This is my second machine. The first one lasted 3 years with little trouble. Basically I wore it out and to replace the individual parts would have cost more than to purchase a new machine. Changing toner cartridges and drum units is a simple process. I also added a second tray so it would print both letter and legal paper. Not the fastest machine but fast enough for my needs. I hope this one serves me as well as the first.
Summary: Use: We are currently using 3 of these in a distributed, corporate network environment Pros: - Economical Toner (we buy the TN-780, and while I haven't aggressively reviewed yields, I can tell you that they run for a LONG time). - Screen - while scrolling through letters to enter a Wi-Fi password is a little bit of a drag, it is 30 seconds of pain and it's done. I am getting away from the conventional, wired network and these have worked out fantastically.
Summary: Please let me address the power issues being brought up here. I do NOT have a GFI outlet for this. In addition, I have a power strip plugged into that outlet, which powers BOTH this laser printer and a Dell desktop PC. With both gadgets plugged in to the same place (15 amp circuit) and both gadgets ON - I can print just fine. Yes that's right. The printer works flawlessly and the Windows-7 PC desktop works without a hitch.
Excerpt: Setup took a bit longer than expected, but overall works great with wireless and wired setup. Purchased the high yield toner at $88, last approx. 1 year for for extended usage and at an administrative level. Prints out of the border range which is excellent for border-less prints. Supports stock paper and quality is excellent. Double side printing's alignment is as close as you can get. Size of printer is average but is smaller that the bulky all-in-one printers.