Brother MFC-J870DW A4 Colour Inkjet Wireless Multifunction Printer (Print/Scan/Copy/Fax)
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- Fast colour printing with colour fax - speeds of up to 10 ipm (colour) and 12 ipm (mono), with a 20 sheet Document Feeder (ADF)
- Mobile printing and scanning - support for Brother iPrint and Scan, Google Cloud Print, Apple AirPrint and Cortado WorkPlace
- Built-in wireless networking - share with your workgroup via the built-in WLAN 802.11b/g/n
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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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From the Manufacturer
All-in-One Inkjet Printer With Duplex Printing, Fax, Near Field Communication and Wireless
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.
- Colour print, copy, scan and fax
- Print speeds of 12 ppm in mono, 10ppm in colour
- Automatic two sided printing
- Wireless and wired network ready
- 6.8 cm colour touchscreen LCD
- Mobile, tablet and cloud connectivity via the iPrint&Scan App, NFC, Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print
|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
So why haven't I given it five stars? Three reasons. The first is that it took the Brother technical support more than an hour on the phone with me to get the printer to work at all. They were prompt. I reported the problem on a Friday afternoon. Monday morning I had a message asking for the serial number. They also gave me instructions for how to get the printer to produce a report. It took a little experimentation to get out of that menu, but the report printed as they said it would. After another message asking for the "complete" serial number, which as far as I could tell was no different than the one I gave the day before, my information was sent to their customer support team. So really, on the third business day, I got called by their tech support people.
The second reason why this rating is only four stars is that after all the time spent to get the printer to work, tech support couldn't get the scanner to work. (I'm not using the fax.) They asked me about my security software, which seemed irrelevant given the fact that viruses, spy-bots, and so on don't seem to have a problem penetrating it.
The third reason is that I had to get a USB A/B cable. There wasn't one in the box. I don't remember seeing anything in the Amazon description that said we needed one. It was fortunate for me that the computer technician was coming into the office because I was able to get one from him. I work out in the countryside, and I don't have a car, and so there would have been even more delays if I couldn't have obtained a cable from him.Read more ›
I bought this to replace a 2 year Kodak Hero 7.1 whose print quality was deteriorating (horizontal streaks) probably due to a faulty printer head. I bought this product as it got a high rating on the recent Which report (along with the 670) and commented on low cost cartridges/operating costs. This was a big reason for me buying the Kodak and also this product - I got through a cartridge every 6-8 weeks or so before.
Positives: The quality of 'normal' A4 print is very good, and much better than the Kodak. I use this mode daily for around half a dozen or so prints/copies mainly text and about 20% embedded colour imagery. The top-load document feed is a big plus, and something that I didn't have on the Kodak - a lot less fiddly than having to lift the scanner lid every time! I have connected Ethernet wired rather than wireless, and it works no problem via my router/hub.
Overall very happy so far....the proof of the pudding so to speak is to see how it works in 12 months time...hopefully no printer head problems as per the Kodak! And also how much the operating costs are (ink!).
Negatives: I have given 4 stars because the setup was quite lengthy and complex, and I had attempt 3 times before I could get it to work with Windows 7. Also I have connected Ethernet and the cable is quite fiddly to feed into the unit. The Kodak had a connector outside and was a lot easier to connect.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was reluctant to get a wifi printer as I have had nothing but problems with them before but this one was easy to set up and use. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dale Edwards
Works well, one laptop hard wired via USB and another 2 just by WiFi
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Utter rubbish. I've had it 9 months and hardly used it and its already not working. DO NOT BUY!Published 13 months ago by T. SOKOLOWSKI
excellent service , however , slightly disappointed as does not do A4 photographic prints.Published 14 months 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 14 months ago by Shakespeare
still getting used to new printer and iMac so far more than pleasedPublished 15 months ago by Mr D F Brown