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Brother MFCJ5910DW A3 Colour Inkjet Wireless Multifunction Printer (Print/Scan/Copy/Fax)

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  • Up to A3 automatic double sided printing
  • AirPrint and Google Cloud Print ready
  • Faster and more secure Wi‐Fi connection
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBrother
Item Weight13 Kg
Product Dimensions61.6 x 56.8 x 35.8 cm
Item model numberMFCJ5910DWZU1
SeriesMFC J 5910 DW
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB005QOX4K8
Best Sellers Rank 1,868 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
Date First Available28 Dec 2011
  
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Product Description

All‐in‐one A3 colour printing just got faster and more affordable. Quickly print, copy, scan or fax using the MFC‐J5910DW, a model that's compact enough for any office, whether it's at home or at work.

With precision colour printing up to A3, your presentations, projects and photographs can be given more punch than previously possible, whilst Brother XL cartridges help you considerably reduce running costs. Plus, the latest wireless 'N' technology means you can share the benefits of the small printer with big capability with the rest of the team in your office, or the family at home.

Manufacturer's Description

All‐in‐one A3 colour printing just got faster and more affordable. Quickly print, copy, scan or fax using the MFC‐J5910DW, a model that's compact enough for any office, whether it's at home or at work.

With precision colour printing up to A3, your presentations, projects and photographs can be given more punch than previously possible, whilst Brother XL cartridges help you considerably reduce running costs. Plus, the latest wireless 'N' technology means you can share the benefits of the small printer with big capability with the rest of the team in your office, or the family at home.


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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By KTJ on 1 Jun 2012
I bought four of these for my company after a colleague bought one on special offer, normally £200-250.

It is hard to be passionate about a piece of office equipment but this printer makes it easy. I love the scan to USB function, we were unable to use the wireless function as we are based on the olympic park so got not modems etc. Lightweight, cheap refills available, easy to use. Love the A3 function and the double sided. Love being able to check the memory stick content on the screen of the printer.

Such fantastic value for money. What else can i say, a dozen non-techie men in the office all managed to use it without looking at the manual.

the only negative I have with this machine is lifting the lid to connect the printer cable, it is awkward, not hard, to close the lid again and not an obvious place to look for the port, but saying that the cable neatly tucks inside and then pops out the side of the machine. This can be removed totally if using wireless. It also does not come with this cable so I hunted the net and bought a load of cheap usb cables.

Have printed thousands of documents and had a couple of jams, it is always the same place, but then it is generally where someone has not inserted the paper properly.

This really is an excellent value for money functional machine. I want to smuggle one home for personal usage!
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132 of 139 people found the following review helpful By J.F.C. on 26 Mar 2012
First of all, setup is a breeze. With the touchscreen I connected it to our wireless network, then I run the installation package, selected "connect to wireless printer" and it installed everything.
Our boss wanted a fax machine capable of forwarding received faxes to email, and to my delight (and surprise) this MFC can do that. It requires installing a new fax firmware available from Brother's website, so be sure to check that if you use this as a fax machine. I did that and it works flawlessly, except for the fact that it doesn't work with gmail's servers directly, but I used our ISP's server and it sends to gmail so no big deal.
Next I set it up the scan to a network folder. I set up 3 profiles: B&W PDF, Color PDF and Color JPEG. Without a doubt the most used is the scan to B&W PDF, it will produce a single PDF of consecutive scans (or of all the sheets in the ADF).
B&W print quality is good, color printing is good enough - I have no idea if it has photographic quality or not as most things we print are graphs. We're yet to print A3 (my fault, forgot to buy a ream of A3 paper).
Like most network printers, it has a web interface where you can see maintenance info and set up the remote fax and scan to network options. What else... you can install a free app to print directly from iPhone and Android devices, I tried it and was able to print a PDF. Neat.
Apparently it will be able to use replacement inks without fuss, or so I hope. I'll log the running costs of this printer and determine just how economic it is in the long run.
If can say anything bad about the printer, it would be the apparent fragility of the paper tray. Still, I wasn't a Brother fan, but this printer has won me over so far.

UPDATE AFTER 3 MONTHS: A few more cons.
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Deb Baylis on 22 Oct 2012
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Initially, it seemed like a great little printer - easy to set up and use. However, after just a very short time, we have discovered many flaws. Particularly the speed of printing and copying! We bought this based on previous experience with Brother and it's turned out to be a big disappointment. The copying is the slowest I have ever come across and the printing (colour) has slowed to painful after a very short time!
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Sam on 29 April 2012
I have had this printer for only a few days but I can already confirm that for the money, one hundred pounds when I bought it, you will not get anything like this elsewhere.

Features:
1)The wireless was really easy to set up on my pc and android tablet - using google cloud for the latter.
It was a bit more fiddly to get the scanner working wirelessly on my linux machine, as drivers are not provided in the box, but detailed instructions are available on brother's website.
2)Prints automatic double sided on virtually any kiind of paper - id does slow it down a bit but that is not an issue for me.
3)Prints on A3 and thick photo paper with no problem. Do make sure, however, to select "colour option: vivid" when printing pictures otherwise they might look a bit dull.
4) The touchscreen interface is really easy to use and very responsive in comparison to another printer that I have used in the past.
4) Cloud printing works fine.
5) I used the automatic feader to copy and upscale an A4 page into an A3 and was very please with the quality of the copying.
6) Have not tried FAX functions.

Printing Costs: XL compatible cartridges are available from Amazon - set of 4 cartrdges that will print 3000+ pages for £9! The ink is actually cheaper than the paper for this printer. An original set will set you back cerca £70 but unless you buy this printer solely for printing high resolution pictures, in my opinion, are not worth the extra money. You can however get an official black 1280XL for around a tenner, which is probably the best option, if you only need to replace the back cartridge. Printing costs are of under 0.5p per black page.

Cons:
1) It is BIG.
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