Released July, 2007
The Pros:Quick and easy setup, software is easy to work with. Print times are good for both color and black & white modes. Construction is sturdy, nothing creaks or threatens to snap off, can be knocked into without a problem.
The Cons:Black prints don't quite reach deep black, look more dark grey.
The Brother MFC-240C is an inkjet-based all-in-one machine with scan, copy, fax, and print capabilities. Print speeds are average, rated up to 25 pages per minute, with a print resolution of up to 6000x1200 dpi.
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Scanning, copying, and fax utilize the letter-sized flatbed, and a 10-page automatic document feeder is included for multiple-item scan, copy, or fax jobs. The fax feature includes a 200-page out-of-paper memory as well. PC-free photo printing is possible, using PictBridge-compatible USB devices and slots for all major flash-memory card types. The print system uses a four-cartridge setup, with one black cartridge and individual colour cartridges.
- Print Speeds: 25ppm black, 20ppm colour
- Colour Print Resolution: 6000x1200 dpi
- Letter-sized flatbed
- Optical Scan Resolution: 600x2400 dpi
- 10-page Automatic Document Feeder
- 14.4 Kbps faxmodem
- 200-page Fax Memory
- Connectivity: USB 2.0, PictBridge USB, Flash-Memory cards
- Replacement Cartridges: LC51BK Black (500pgs), LC51C Cyan (200pgs), LC51M Magenta (200pgs), LC51Y Yellow (200pgs)
- Warranty: One Year Limited Exchange
User Reviews (1)
quick and easy setup, software is easy to work with
print times are good for both color and black & white modes
construction is sturdy, nothing creaks or threatens to snap off, can be knocked into without a problem
separate ink cartridges save money when one runs out
document feeder is easy to work with, saves a lot of time
can scan with the door open, good for odd sized things that need scanning
black prints don't quite reach deep black, look more dark grey
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