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MFC-J875DW

Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Enhanced Connectivity Options

Estimated Street Price: $149.99*




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31 of 37 people would recommend this product.

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5
Nice quality, reasonably fast
January 17, 2014
By rumplestiltskin from El Paso, TX
As is typical with Brother MFC units, the models with the two year warranty (like this one) are a better quality than the cheapest models (which only have one year warranty). Can use "compatible" ink cartridges but stay away from the "G&G" brand sold by the big-box stores as they will surely clog the unit.

One star deduction for not having a bypass tray for thick paper stock that won't feed through the normal "flip & feed" underside tray. You have to go with one of the larger and more costly Brother MFC units for that feature. (I have a J6710 for that.)
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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
"Ezeee Mon"
January 12, 2014
By dirtdude from OC CA
Easy to set up printer, scanner works well, yet to use fax.
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Overall Rating: 3 out of 5
It's OK.
January 1, 2014
By healer98 from Phoenix, AZ
It's an OK machine. Construction is mediocre. The worst feature is I can't use greeting card stock. I need to be able to make greeting cards and I can't use the 60lb paper I have. The screen isn't colorful enough; too bland. The MFC-J835DW had a more colorful screen. I thought this one was an upgrade but it doesn't appear to be. Otherwise, it does what I need it to do.
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Overall Rating: 4 out of 5
Good printer, poor manual
January 1, 2014
By Ugjhh from Raleigh nc
Printer seems to be excellent so far. However it's only been a week so can't comment on durability or ink cartridge life. Setting it up for wireless is easy once you understand what you need to do and that you NEED to download the drivers from the website manually. The supplied Disk is useless. The paper rinstructions provide hints but you can not just follow them . Like a puzzle. But after an hour I liked the printer. Anyone on our home network can print or scan wirelessly and effortlessly. The print quality is excellent . So I can recommend it .
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