Brother MFC-J650DW A4 All-In-One Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer
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- Wireless - connect and share the MFCJ650DW across your existing wireless network
- ADF - scan and copy multi-page documents with ease using the Automatic Document Feeder
- Cloud - print from and scan to a range of cloud based services direct from your printer
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This compact, wireless all-in-one offers the best of all worlds; it prints, scans, copies and faxes with enhanced connectivity and excellent usability. The device is truly connected with your digital world - it's easy to print directly from Apple IOS, Blackberry, Android and Windows mobile devices. Printing from, or scanning to, cloud services such as Dropbox, Facebook, Google Drive and Flickr is similarly straightforward. The MFC-J650DW also features Brother Apps and solutions, offering new innovative ways to print, copy and scan.
The touchscreen colour display offers quick and simple navigation to cloud services and the many features of the MFC-J650DW. Ease of use is further enhanced with a 20 sheet automatic document feeder. Designed to be as efficient as possible, the device delivers print speeds of up to 12ipm while the individual high yield ink cartridges and automatic 2-sided print mean reduced print costs.
Windows/Mac Driver CD
Quick Setup Guide
From the Manufacturer
Colour All-in-One Inkjet Printer with Fax, Duplex Printing and Wireless Connectivity
A well designed home office multifunction printer that wirelessly connects to your existing network, mobile device and the cloud.
A exceptionally well-connected inkjet printer
Fast, compact and connected, the MFC-J650DW is a smart multifunction machine that’s designed to save you time and hassle in your home office.
Print or scan direct from your mobile or tablet
There’s no need to always print via your PC with the MFC-J650DW. Simply use the iPrint&Scan app, Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print to connect compatible devices included your Android device, Windows Phone, iPhone or iPad straight to this multifunction printer.
Access your work instantly by connecting to the cloud
In addition to allowing you to access your mobile device, the MFC-J650DW inkjet printer also lets you seamlessly scan to and print from cloud services such as SkyDrive, Google Drive, Box, Evernote, Dropbox, Flickr, Picasa and Facebook.
Simple-to-operate timesaving functions
Rapid print speeds in both mono and colour ensure your documents are ready to go in seconds, while the automatic document feeder enables faster scanning and copying. Plus you can scan and edit hard copies of your documents using the handy Office document creator so you can get the job done much quicker.
Can help reduce your printing costs
With the option to install high-yield cartridges with increased capacities of 600 mono and 600 colour pages and automatic double-sided printing, the MFC-J650DW also offers you the opportunity to significantly reduce your printing costs.
- Colour print, copy, scan and fax
- Print speeds of up to 12 ppm in mono, 10 ppm in colour
- High quality print resolution (up to 6,000 x 1,200 dpi)
- Wireless ready
- Automatic two sided printing
- Mobile, tablet and cloud connectivity via the iPrint&Scan app, Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print 6.8 cm colour touchscreen LCD
|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|
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Top Customer Reviews
Basic set up was easy but for a long time it would either print landscape pages single-sided or portrait pages double-sided, which was not what I wanted. And if I threatened to overtax its tiny little mind it sulked and told me that there was a paper jam, when there was none! However, the Brother web site's FAQs did provide an answer and now all seems to be well. But I do feel that it should have been possible to do this from the supplied manual and it seems a bit light weight and flimsy so only 4 out of 5!
Two months later, I still found it recalcitrant. It can print fast and quietly but takes a long time to decide to do anything. I cannot find any way of persuading it to copy double-sided. And to day it has again falsely claimed that it has a paper jam when there is no paper in it. Following pulling all the levers it asks me to do it now says "unable to print 6F". Well, I can take a hint and it can go in the skip tomorrow. In short, a useless piece of cheap plastic rubbish.
Once I got it working, I was delighted with it and was able to use it as a colour photocopier as well.
So far, the printer seems to be working fine.
It's connected by WiFi to varous devices (OSX, iOS and Android) and by USB to my desktop Windows 7 Home Premium 64 PC.
Set up was OK'ish but Windows kept trying to load it's own drivers as soon as the USB cable was plugged in...eventually I just let Windows get on with that, and then installed the Brother drivers etc once Windows had finished (...apparently you can't stop Windows doing that in the 'Home' version).
It took 2 or 3 goes of inserting the cartidges slowly to get the printer to recognise them.
Print quality is acceptable...I've set Preferences to Draft, non-Vivid etc and saved the Profile. It prints quite quickly, and doesn't go through the endless cleaning cycles (aka 'deliberate ink wasting starategy') that the likes of Canon implement. I haven't yet tried to print any gloss photos...or do any Scanning. I haven't connected up the Fax feature.
As for replacement cartridges, I contacted to the Brother helpline who pointed me towards ... http://support.brother.com/g/b/colist.aspx?c=gb&lang=en&prod=mfcj650dw_us_eu_as&cao=lc ...which shows that the LC121 (ave 300 pages printed) and LC123 (ave 600 pages printed) are the correct type.The LC127XL mentioned elsewhere in the Comments is not compatible with the J650.
Build quality seems OK'ish but perhaps not as well finished as it's competitors, but Reliability and Running Costs are my main concerns ...if I have any issues I'll Update here.
However it is a good printer and scanner and up to the job so recommended. I do not have a fax connection so cannot comment on that aspect.
I even managed to get my old computer connected by wireless which is an unexpected bonus.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Disappointing - not that easy to set up and still can't scan (luckily can use Paint instead to scan). Good size for a desktop. Slow to produce several photocopies.Published 7 months ago by J.M. Watts
Bought for my partner. Initially had some difficulty loading the drivers and software, but managed it after a frustrating while. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Vladek Cirin
Does all it should do. I have had 5 Brother All-In-One printers, this is the best one yet.Published 12 months ago by Mike C.
This printer was easy to setup and so far the results are much better than the ink wasting HP it replaced. Print quality is good and very fast. Read morePublished 13 months ago by DaveM
Set up easily, works from laptop and iPad. Rather slow but only need it for general printing so it is not a problem.Published 15 months ago by Mrs Susan E Jemison
Love my Brother Printer as everthing is printed beautifully although it is a bit slow printing photos. Tried a few times to set it up wirelessly and needed help in the end.Published 20 months ago by Brocher
Great printer, but 2 sided printing doesn't work very well and sometimes there is a problem with connecting wirelessly, shame as print quality is excellent.Published 21 months ago by RJ