Released October, 2007
The Pros:Compact design, takes up minimal space on the desk. Easy to load paper, sits in the tray securely so you aren't wondering if it's in right. Setup is quick and painless, good for entry-level users.
The Cons:Older printer, getting hard to find inks for it.
The Brother MFC-230C is a mid-range inkjet all-in-one machine, featuring scan, copy, and print functionality, as well as both standalone and PC-fax features. Print speeds are average, ranging up to 25 pages per minute, and colour print resolution is rated at 6000x1200 dpi.
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PC-free photo printing is a feature, using PictBridge-compatible USB devices. Scanning and copying utilizes a letter-size flatbed, and an optical scan resolution of 600x2400 dpi. The fax feature uses a 14.4 Kbps modem and keeps a 200-page out-of-paper memory. PC-faxing can be accomplished using fax software and is transmit-only. The printing features use a 4-cartridge system, with one black and individual colour cartridges.
- Print Speeds: 25ppm black, 20ppm colour
- Colour Print Resolution: 6000x1200 dpi
- Optical Scan Resolution: 600x2400 dpi
- Letter-sized flatbed
- 14.4 Kbps faxmodem
- 200-page fax memory
- Connectivity: USB 2.0, PictBridge USB devices
- Replacement Cartridges: LC51BK Black (500pgs), LC51C Cyan (200pgs), LC51M Magenta (200pgs), LC51Y Yellow (200pgs)
- Warranty: One Year Limited Exchange
User Reviews (1)
compact design, takes up minimal space on the desk
easy to load paper, sits in the tray securely so you aren't wondering if it's in right
setup is quick and painless, good for entry-level users
prints jobs finish quickly, doesn't take very long even at best quality
reliable operation for years at a time
Fax is reliable and consistent, not prone to errors
older printer, getting hard to find inks for it
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