Brother FAX-575 Deal:

Brother FAX-575 Personal Plain Paper Fax/Phone/Copier

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Brother FAX-575 Personal Plain Paper Fax/Phone/Copier
$19.99
(was $34.99)
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  • 50-Sheet Paper Capacity
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  • 25 Page Memory
  • Caller ID, Call waiting and Auto Phone/FAX Switch
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Convenient, easy-to-operate faxing
Black-and-white copying with up to 400 x 400 dpi resolution
9,600 BPS fax modem transmits at about 15 seconds per page
512 KB memory stores up to 25 pages
50-Sheet paper capacity

4/5 stars with 538 Amazon reviews

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Item #768320
Manufacturer #FAX575
automatic document feeder capacity 10 Sheets
automatic phone/fax switch yes
call waiting compatible yes
caller ID compatible yes
compatible ribbon Brother PC-501
cost per page $0.135
delay send yes
dimensions 13.4"H x 11.9"W x 10.5"D
fax transmission speed 15 spp (9.6 Kbps)
integrated answering system no
integrated phone type standard (corded)
maximum fax resolution 203 x 392 dpi
number of broadcast locations 104
number of one-touch buttons 4
page memory 25 pages
PC faxing capability no
polling yes
speed-dial code capacity 100 numbers
TAD hookup yes
total paper tray capacity 50 sheets
warranty length 1-year limited

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Lol..no one pays AR money for these in 2014..do they ?

I think I still have a couple new ones left in my basement from the FAR Staples offer a long time ago. If it didn't cost me shipping...I'd probably give them away.

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cerodinero said:   Those who purchased this have also purchased:

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  Funny!

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My first fax machine set me back $600 (1980). My last stand-alone fax machine was FAR & AC (about 10 yrs ago / Staple$ deal). I retired the free one a few years ago since my Brother All-In-One MFC-240C has a fax function built-in. I still do an occasional fax but most companies and banks accept a scanned PDF or JPG image as an email attachment these days.

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respdoc said:   Lol..no one pays AR money for these in 2014..do they ?

I think I still have a couple new ones left in my basement from the FAR Staples offer a long time ago. If it didn't cost me shipping...I'd probably give them away.

  Can you steer us to FAR version of this? Or at least cheaper? Thanks.

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cattlet said:     Can you steer us to FAR version of this? Or at least cheaper? Thanks.
  Probably not a big "us" given this item has a very limited market.  Between efax's (many free services online) and all-in-one printers/fax/scanners.....I can't think of many uses for this anymore.

Also...a product doesn't automatically become a "hot deal" if it's not offered, at that second, on sale or FAR.  

If so, we'd have millions of product posted daily. 

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I bought one of these (same model) about 7 years ago when it was $9.99 AR at Staples. Still use it today for outbound faxing and it does the job.

Looks like someone's got a warehouse full of these...

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2,000 zero zero party over, oops! Out of time! So tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999!

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respdoc said:   
cattlet said:     Can you steer us to FAR version of this? Or at least cheaper? Thanks.
  Probably not a big "us" given this item has a very limited market.  Between efax's (many free services online) and all-in-one printers/fax/scanners.....I can't think of many uses for this anymore.

Also...a product doesn't automatically become a "hot deal" if it's not offered, at that second, on sale or FAR.  

If so, we'd have millions of product posted daily. 

  A lot of businesses still use fax machines.  I tend to just let a thread go by instead of TC if I  think something isn't a deal.  I also gave up on (free) efax about 10 years ago because I got tired of the associated spam. To each his own.

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cattlet  said:  A lot of businesses still use fax machines
 I also gave up on (free) efax about 10 years ago because I got tired of the associated spam. To each his own.

  
No, "a lot" of businesses do not use $20 stand-alone fax machines.

The FW thread coding automatically put in the link to that particular merchant, not me.  "E-fax" stands for electronic faxing and is available free from many credible sources that have never "spammed" me.  

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cant believe this fax is still around lol, i got so many of them FAR from Staples in the last 10 years

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Try to get copies of lab work from a doctor's office if you don't have fax capability.

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Green to OP. The stand alone copy feature is worth $20 all by itself.

Once you start fighting with insurance co's to get your medical bills paid, you'll love being able to just fax stuff and receive faxes.

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respdoc said:   Lol..no one pays AR money for these in 2014..do they ?

I think I still have a couple new ones left in my basement from the FAR Staples offer a long time ago. If it didn't cost me shipping...I'd probably give them away.

  Apparently, you have one in the garage also! unless you consolidated 

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mojoworkin said:   
respdoc said:   Lol..no one pays AR money for these in 2014..do they ?

I think I still have a couple new ones left in my basement from the FAR Staples offer a long time ago. If it didn't cost me shipping...I'd probably give them away.

  Apparently, you have one in the garage also! unless you consolidated 

  Yep...still the same one

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just what i was looking for. thanks OP

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Fax machines? What is this 1998? JK thanks for the link. 

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blueribb said:   ... but most companies and banks accept a scanned PDF or JPG image as an email attachment these days.
 

  Strangely enough, this isn't universally true.  Banks and brokerage houses often won't accept e-mailed docs, probably because of the body of law regarding faxes.  Medical offices wont, because of HIPAA and other privacy laws.

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Its coming up $59.99 for me

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