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Brother's MFC-J870DW is a Cloud connected, mobile enabled, wireless A4 AIO inkjet printer that offers the best of all worlds; printing, scanning, copying and faxing with enhanced connectivity and excellent usability.
It's easy to print directly from Apple IOS, Blackberry, Android and Windows mobile devices and, what's more, the MFC-J870DW is the first inkjet on the market to feature Near Field Communication (NFC) printing and scanning. Printing from, or scanning to, cloud services such as Dropbox, Facebook, Google Drive and Flickr is also straightforward and disc printing is available as well. The device also offers new innovative ways to print, copy and scan through 'Brother Apps'.
The touchscreen colour display offers quick and simple navigation, and ease of use is further enhanced with a 20 sheet automatic document feeder. The device delivers print speeds of up to 12 ipm whille the high-yield ink cartridges and automatic 2-sided print mean reduced print costs.
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One among the first inkjet printer to feature Near Field Communication so you can instantly print from your mobile device.
A top-of-the range inkjet that connects directly to your digital world
Designed for any home office environment, the MFC-J870DW is a multifunction machine designed to keep you connected.
Print and scan straight from your tablet or mobile
Cut your computer out of the equation by using the iPrint&Scan app, near field communication, Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print to print and scan straight to this multifunction printer from compatible devices included your iPhone, iPad, Android device or Windows Phone.
Connect direct to the cloud to access your work instantly
The cloud connected MFC-J870DW lets you seamlessly print from and scan to services such as Box, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr and Picasa.
Smart time saving features
This especially handy inkjet printer offers fast print speeds and a multipage automatic document feeder for quicker scanning and copying, plus you can use the Office Document Creator to scan and then instantly edit hard copies of your documents. And you can save time thanks to the MFC-J870DW’s double-sided printing function and optional high-yield ink cartridges.
|Functions||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax|
|Print Speed (mono/colour)||12/10 ipm||12/10 ipm||12/10 ipm|
|Duplex||Yes (print)||Yes (print)||Yes (print)|
|LCD||4.5 cm colour LCD||6.8 cm colour touch screen||6.8 cm colour touch screen|
|Connectivity||USB and Wireless||USB and Wireless||USB, Wired, Wireless and NFC|
|Paper Capacity||100 sheets/ 20 sheets ADF||100 sheets/ 20 sheets ADF||100 sheets/ 20 sheets ADF|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||410 x 374 x 180 mm||410 x 374 x 180 mm||410 x 374 x 180 mm|
|Weight||9 kg||9.2 kg||11.2 kg|
Works well, one laptop hard wired via USB and another 2 just by WiFi
I was pleasantly surprised to find it will copy a CD image and then print to your own printable... Read more
Utter rubbish. I've had it 9 months and hardly used it and its already not working. DO NOT BUY!Published 1 month ago by T. SOKOLOWSKI
excellent service , however , slightly disappointed as does not do A4 photographic prints.Published 1 month ago by michael mclaughlin
Very pleased with this so far! Bought after reading other reviews-hasn't disappointed yet. Does what I want and more. Would recommendPublished 1 month ago by Shakespeare
still getting used to new printer and iMac so far more than pleasedPublished 2 months ago by Mr D F Brown
Had to return the first unit as it wouldn't clear the line. New one Fine. Printer is fast and good colour and resolutionPublished 2 months ago by Dr. M. Wilderspin
It scans super-quick, prints a lot slower though, but the fact that it can print directly onto discs is a wonderful feature. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel I. Martensson
All functions operate well with set up easier that expected. Delivered by first estimated date.Published 4 months ago by William E.