Brother MFC7860DW Customer Reviews
I've been a Brother printer fan for at least 20 years and this printer further reenforces my feelings for their products. Although it took a few days to receive the printer since it isn't stocked in the store, the wait was worth it. This is my first wireless/network printer and the installation went very smoothly. I can't say that I had any setup problems and the wireless functions perform perfectly every time I use it. The printer is quiet, fast and has great print quality. If you're looking for a great reasonably priced mono laser printer, then I highly recommend the Brother MFC7880DW.
Review by mcsar1 ().
Awesome Laser Printer
The quality of printing and the speed are what is important in our business and this is how this laser printer works! Would definitely recommend.....
Review by BusinessSavvy ().
Got it on sale for $199 -- good value and frequently available. Used it for a few weeks and really like it. Using it with Nuance PaperPort which makes the scanning go smoothly. Have not used manual scanning feature.No problems detected. Good quality on scanning, copy, and printing. Can't verify fax yet. Set up went smoothly. Integrated nicely with network. Small compact unit. Expect cost to operate to be less than competitors. Speed is great except for highest quality of scanning.
Review by hardiness ().
Great B&W All-in-one
Pros: - Network scanning functionality; - Fast printing - Duplex printing - Many features found in $$$ office printers Cons: - None so far Overall: I have been investigating laser all-in-ones for a few weeks now. A few things were important to me. I wanted to be able to do duplex printing (automatic, not manual), fast printing and network scanning (that doesn't rely on PC software). This small formed all-in-one does them all and does it will. From earlier years with Brother printers, I have always found them undesirable. However, with all the reviews from many other sources, I had to pick this up based on the features I wanted. I was not disappointed and will buy Brother again. If there was any downside, I would say non-techinical users may have trouble setting some of the advanced features, but if you have tried to use the same type of features on more expensive models, they require equal or more skill level. ** NOTE ** I did not test the faxing (I have no use for this feature). Also, in order to do the "Email to Server" feature, I had to download this from the Brother site (I always go an get the software from the websites with new devices). Keep in mind, that if you have Windows 7 (64bit), then the software won't show up on the Brother site for the Email to Server feature. No worries, just go back and select Windows 7 and the software to update the printer will work just fine (it is just using Java).
Review by Bennysp ().