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MFC-7860DW

Compact Laser All-in-One with Wireless Networking and Duplex Printing

Estimated Street Price: $299.99*




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Overall Rating: (4.0 out of 5)
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Overall Rating: 2 out of 5
October 22, 2014
By Anonymous from New York, NY
This All in One printer is not what I expected for the price I paid. From the beginning I have had trouble. I was told there was enough ink in the cartridge to print at least 600 pages. My machine only printed about 20 pages. I was told it had great speed for faxing, printing and copying. It is much slower than my old cannon machine. This machine also makes noise when using the functions. I went to staples to complain and they told me to call brother. I called and the person who helped me made me do a few different things with the printer. It still didn't help. Now I am getting error messages every time I need to fax. I am very disappointed in this product. Tried calling several times in the last couple of days during regular business hours. The recording gives the hours, and they the recording says they are closed and call the next business day.. I depend on my multi function brother all in one for my business... I had to connect my printer from about 10 yrs ago back in to get my work done...Thanks brother for nothing!
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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Best Printer
October 17, 2014
By Anthonyotg from Cupertino, CA
I had a Brother (TRUE) laser printer years ago and loved it. Don't know why I fell for the laser jet pitch. They seemed to always be out of ink at the worst time. And way too often. I tried several different brands, always with the same frustration. Then I asked myself, "How often do I really need color?" Those really rare times don't even compare to having an absolutely dependable, high quality b/w true LASER printer. Even when the toner eventually gets low, I can always take the cartridge out, gently rock it side to side, reposition it and print more copies. Wireless home network setup was a breeze when guided, step by step, by the excellent free, native-English-speaking, phone tech support. My XX (NOT) laser jet went to the Goodwill and I am happy whenever I need to print on my Brother-7860DW (TRUE) laser printer. The initial higher price, compared to the (NOT) laser-jets, is quickly paid for by the much lower-per-copy ink cost of the Brother. Not to mention the end of aggravation!
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Overall Rating: 4 out of 5
Life Saver
October 1, 2014
By SteveTree from Portland, Oregon
Got this machine when my Epson broke down for the n'th time. It has proved to be a great help for scanning copying and printing. Crisp print and great software. A good value and after 3 months very reliable.
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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Lasers Are Better
August 27, 2014
By LovelyLawyer from Atlanta, GA
Item arrived quickly, and was packaged securely. Out of box, there is the Printer, (1) Toner Cartridge, a Quick Start Guide (for easy setup), and a more in-depth owners manual, CD-ROM guide / registration, power cord, and phone cable (for fax machine). As this was my first experience with laser printers I was kind of overwhelmed at first, but the Quick Start Guide provides all the setup information you need (the larger manual and online version via CD-ROM are more of a troubleshoot option or if you're going above and beyond usual printing needs). After following directions to remove all the packing, and installing the toner cartridge I continued the process of setting up time, date functions, etc. Whole process was remarkably fast, and I had everything up and running in about 30min / 45min or so. Prints and copies wonderfully (duplex or two-sided copies is a great paper saving feature, but can be turned off if needed). Have had limited use of the Scan and Fax functions so I cannot fully attest to their reliability. Wireless printing is also relatively simple to set-up (and can be utilized on Chromebooks but ONLY if you have another computer device). You can also print from desktop devices, tablets, phones, and any other wireless enabled device connected to your WiFi network. For more info on the Chromebook / Google-cloud printing comment below and I'll try to assist in the set-up process as best as I can.
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