Released January, 2008
The Pros:Starts printing quickly after you send the job. Generally quiet while in operation, can hear the fan a bit and things moving but it isn't loud. Prints show sharp details, makes text very easy to read.
The Cons:Tends to work through a fair amount of ink quickly.
The Brother MFC-7840W is a multifunction printer that prints, scans, faxes and copies. Retailing at $300, this piece was released in 2008. It has been praised for its fine quality printing of text and business graphics at a fast rate and a cost effective 3 cents a page.
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Setup is fast, and this device excels in connectivity: it has usb 2.0, ethernet and wi-fi. Its designed is regarded as intuitive and user friendly. There has been some issues with the scanner that wasn't very flexible. It has a very impressive printing speed at 23 pages per minute, a speed that even the more expensive MFC 9000 series don't have.
- Print Technology: B/W Laser Technology
- Consumable Type: Toner Cartridge & Drum Unit
- Max. Black Print Speed: 23ppm Black
- Print Resolution: Up to 2400 x 600 dpi
- Standard Input Paper Capacity: 250-Sheet Input Capacity
- Standard Interface: USB, Ethernet & 802.11b/g Wireless Interfaces
- Standard Memory: 32MB Memory
User Reviews (1)
starts printing quickly after you send the job
generally quiet while in operation, can hear the fan a bit and things moving but it isn't loud
prints show sharp details, makes text very easy to read
colors are accurate for almost everything, great for photos
fits a lot of functions into a reasonably small footprint
overall setup is reasonably easy, good instructions
tends to work through a fair amount of ink quickly
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