Released January, 2009
The Pros:Reasonable footprint for the number of functions, good for a small office. Easy to set up, relatively simple process with good instructions. Fast scanning action, sheets go through quickly.
The Cons:Can only feed a single sheet at a time for fax/scan, any more will jam. Paper handling mechanisms get dusty and tend to cause jams. Makes a fair amount of noise during the printing process.
The Brother MFC-7225N is a laser center that does scanning, printing and faxing. It is targeted for home offices or small to medium size businesses. It is a $100 more expensive than the step down Brother MFC-7220 in the same series.
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It has a 32 MB capacity with a 4 day battery backup, so that users don't lose their work. It has a fast G3 fax modem for fast fax transmission and automatic document feeder for copying, scanning, and faxing multipage documents. One significant feature this piece has that lacks in the Brother MFC-7220 is the ethernet interface, a feature which typically distinguishes the more advanced printers than the entry level ones. It's print resolution is 2400 x 600 dpi, far more than the 1200 x 600 dpi of the Brother MFC-7220 and in the same league as the more advanced MFC 9000 series.
- Print Technology: B/W Laser Technology
- Consumable Type: Toner Cartridge & Drum Unit
- Max. Black Print Speed (ppm): 20ppm Black
- Print Resolution (maximum dpi): Up to 2400 x 600 dpi
- Standard Input Paper Capacity: 250-Sheet Input Capacity
- Optional Paper Capacity: No
- Standard Interface(s): Parallel, USB & Ethernet Interfaces
- Standard Memory (MB): 32MB
User Reviews (1)
reasonable footprint for the number of functions, good for a small office
easy to set up, relatively simple process with good instructions
fast scanning action, sheets go through quickly
prints text sharply, makes it comfortable to read
can only feed a single sheet at a time for fax/scan, any more will jam
paper handling mechanisms get dusty and tend to cause jams
makes a fair amount of noise during the printing process
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