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Brother DCP-J4110DW A3 Wireless Printer with A4 Copy & Scan Capabilities

by Brother
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  • A3 printing, A4 scan and copy, duplex and ADF - all in a single device
  • Save resources and share the DCP-J4110DW across your wired or wireless network
  • Print from and scan to a range of cloud based services, straight from your cloud connected printer
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBrother
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions48 x 29 x 16.3 cm
Item model number103948
SeriesDCP J 4110 DW
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B0ID1NE
Best Sellers Rank 1,066 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 Kg
Date First Available31 Jan 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

As an integral model in the Brother 'Print 3.0' range, the DCP-J4110DW is one of the smallest inkjet all-in-ones available that offers up to A3 printing. Print 3.0 doesn’t mean one upgrade, it means everything is upgraded. Bursting with new technology, the DCP-J4110DW is packed full of business friendly features in a sleek, compact machine, to ensure you get the most from your office space. The DCP-J4110DW utilises landscape print technology, feeding through the printer in a landscape format to offer you fast print speeds in a lower profile machine, meaning you will not be kept waiting for your documents. The DCP-J4110DW offers a number of cost saving functions, including automatic 2-sided printing and high yield ink cartridges.

Print 3.0 means being able to print from more places and more devices; print directly from your mobile device with the Brother ‘iPrint&Scan’ app or wirelessly using Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print. You can also connect directly to the web from your printer in order to scan to or print from Facebook, FLICKR, Dropbox, PICASA and EVERNOTE.

All Brother inkjet multifunctional printers incorporate an individual ink system, meaning that you only replace the ink which runs out, reducing waste and saving you money. The DCP-J4110DW complies with the strict Energy Star environmental standards and ensures low energy consumption, low noise levels and a recycle-friendly design.

Box Contains

Brother Printer
Individual Ink Cartridges
Power Cord
Driver Software CD
Quick Setup Guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Mckay on 26 Dec 2013
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Bought this to replace my OfficePro8000 which wanted a new printhead at £50. The other head had already been replaced and following the hassles of the previous Pro1200 I decided it was time to consider an alternative as the HPs were just costing way too much.

This stood out with the duplex option (key requirement), page scanner, and the A3 single feed option. I don't need A3 often but it's nice to have the option. The printer has worked great since it was installed; it's on the network and used by three PCs seamlessly with absolutely no problem finding, printing or status (unlike the pro8000 which wasn't fully supported). Stiff photo paper or card can also go in the straight rear feed slot.

I've knocked one star off purely as the plastic paper handling parts feel a bit light/fragile and I'm sure would fail in a multiuser, rough handling area pretty quickly. We know to be careful and I'm sure it'll work out for me. It's neat, its tidy, the landscape feed format is great, photos are fine (I don't tend to print many though), and the scanner function is an added bonus. All this for under £100 delivered is fantastic.

There are similar models from Brother with the same basic printer and multi page feeders for the scanner too.... I decided this one with single page scanner was all I needed and it's working out really well so far.
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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By olajohnson on 26 Dec 2013
Looks neat and appears to do what it says.

But.

As you'd probably know about most 'wide-format' printers nowadays (and I've had a few - about 17 at one time - as a home-based graphic designer / photographer), this particular printer also 'self-cleans' every few hours or so.

And what does self-cleaning do? Well, it's meant to unclog the ink from the print heads, or something technical like that, something most small printers only do when switched on for the first time, or after a cartridge change.

So, this self-cleaning also does what obvious thing? Well, it empties out loads of ink - that's what it does! To their credit, manufacturers tell you this before hand; but, oh dear, this one takes the biscuit!

I exaggerate not. This printer has bled dry £60 worth of ink - just from one cartridge change! I have barely printed out 10 A4 colour pages at 25% coverage, plus perhaps another 30 copies b/w photocopies, and it's time to replace cartridges.

And once one cartridge empties - say the yellow - you are not allowed to use the b/w copier. So, just to fulfill a 10p worth of photocopying, you spend another £15 replacing the yellow (assuming you're fooled into sticking to original ink brands).

But that's not all - I won't be writing this if it wasn't true - by the time it 'installs' the yellow cartridge, with all the groaning and whirring 'unclogging' noise - yes, you guessed it - the magenta cartridge self-empties!!

My advice is, if you're going to purchase a printer, any printer, ensure you can find cheap ink replacements, can buy all four (or 2 to 6) colours at once, and have at least one set of back-ups at all times.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Stocker on 20 Jun 2013
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I needed an A3 printer for occasional posters at a reasonable price from a reliable manufacturer, the Brother seemed to tick a lot of boxes. The printer was delivered promptly, well within promised times. It was easy to set up on our Wi-Fi home network. The touch screen is easy to use with ink levels visible at all times. In operation the paper mechanism is a little noisy but works well. Print is limited by the number of cartridges, being only three colour + black.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Johnny K on 17 Jan 2014
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I have a number of Brother printers and only ever had to replace one. They are a bit slow and particular about cleaning and ink but, seem to last longer than most and are fairly strong. This one will do A3 one sheet at a time only but, the speed of printing and quality plus price and enlargement capability swayed me to buy it.
Johnny K
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Nutting on 8 April 2014
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What a wonderful machine, printing by wireless made easy. Although a little noisy at first, once set up on the network a dream to use, through all the facilities available on it. The only complaint is that scanning multiple documents by the software could be made easier by having a multiple feed on the machine to accommodate this then the unit would be in a class of its own. As to the life of the ink cartridges I am unable to say at the moment however it does appear that Black is used at more than twice the rate of the colour cartridges therefore a high capacity Black would be an advantage. Other than the above Brother Printers are very good printers for there price and i would recommend them to any one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lola on 24 Jun 2014
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Easy to use and efficient, a good purchase and good value for money. Non original cartridges also works for it.
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After my trusted Epson died on me I had to buy a new printer. For the price I thought this one was an ideal choice. I was so wrong. If like me you print on a varied range of mediums, i.e photo paper, card, canvas then don't be tempted by the price. If you print on paper a lot and nothing else then go for it.

Pros:

* Fabulous graphic rendition with bright crisp sharp images.
* Can print on A3 paper easily
* Compact size for A3 printer
* Duplex printing
* The price
* It's quiet (My Epson was dot matrix loud if you remember that far back)

Cons:

* The feeder that moves the paper through the machine leaves lovely track lines on your photo paper. (Small dots running horizontally across photo)
* Can only print on one card or photo paper at a time. (Depending on paper weight)
* When printing on card the image comes out lop sided no matter how I feed the card.
* Not the greatest photo suite. Photo suite is online.
* Catch tray very flimsy
* Not network enabled (enabled only through homegroup)

I can put up with everything above except the track lines on the photo's as I print a lot of photos. To replace the ink and send it back would cost me more than I paid for it. It's an expensive mistake which will be to the benefit of a family member. I will stick to my gravity fed printers in the future.
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