Item # 787479 Manufacturer # MFCJ825DW Ecolabel Energy Star LCD size 3.3 inches PC faxing capability yes auto double-sided printing yes automatic document feeder capacity 20 sheets brand name Brother cable included no compatible toner/ink Brother LC71 and LC75 series connector type Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n); Ethernet; USB 2.0 dimensions 7.1"H x 15.9"W x 14.9"D fax transmission speed 3 spp (33.6 Kbps) flatbed/sheetfed flatbed; sheetfed ink/toner cartridge(s) included starter-capacity cartridge(s) inkjet/laser inkjet manufacturer Brother maximum black and white copy speed 23 ppm maximum black and white print speed 12 (ISO) ppm maximum color copy speed 20 ppm maximum color print speed 10 (ISO) ppm maximum copy enlargement 400 % maximum copy reduction 25 % maximum monthly volume 2500 sheets maximum optimized color print resolution 6000 x 1200 dpi maximum sheet size 8 1/2" x 14" memory 32 MB memory card reader yes model MFC-J825dw network capable wireless; wired network card included (network ready) yes number of paper trays 1 operating system compatibility Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Mac OS X postconsumer recycled content 0 % scanner optical resolution 2400 x 2400 dpi total paper tray capacity 100 sheets total recycled content 0 % warranty length 2-year limited
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posted: May. 20, 2012 @ 10:28a
Or, it's $99 in store at Staples, and use $25/75. That's what I did a few days ago to replace yet another crappy failed POS HP AIO. So far, so good on the Brother. Biggest drawbacks are-- tiny paper tray, and no external feeder for single sheets (like letterhead, slides, etc.)... you have to pop open the regular tray.
posted: May. 20, 2012 @ 8:15p
Labboypro - what kind of paper do you recommend for dual-sided inkjet printing? Standard copy paper bleeds through even at light settings.
posted: May. 20, 2012 @ 10:45p
Buckmann said: Labboypro - what kind of paper do you recommend for dual-sided inkjet printing? Standard copy paper bleeds through even at light settings.
I'm not having any issues with crappy whatever-is-FAR paper for text-level printing, including double side. I'm still on the starter ink carts, which may (or may not) be better than generic/refill carts (???).
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posted: May. 21, 2012 @ 1:55p
labboypro said: Or, it's $99 in store at Staples, and use $25/75. That's what I did a few days ago to replace yet another crappy failed POS HP AIO. So far, so good on the Brother. Biggest drawbacks are-- tiny paper tray, and no external feeder for single sheets (like letterhead, slides, etc.)... you have to pop open the regular tray.
I price-matched at Staples, and picked one of these up. I didn't have a coupon, but though it was still a decent price, especially since this printer has both wired and wireless networking, and it supports duplexing.
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