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Brother MFC-J805DW INKvestmentTank Color Inkjet All-in-One Printer


Brother INKvestment MFC-J805DW Review. Extremely low ink costs, brisk text printing
and a fast document feeder make the Brother INKvestment a solid bargain — but two-sided
color printing and photo printing are very slow. It weighs just under 20 pounds, so it’s easy
to move. The control panel offers many dedicated buttons, 11 in all, plus a four-way control
and a 10-key pad. It hinges upward about 45 degrees to ease
operation. The color display is small, at 1.8 inches,
and is not a touch screen. This gives the Brother a bare-bones feel,
lacking the elegance of a large, color touch screen, although the physical buttons are
arguably more reliable than many touch screen’s virtual buttons. For printing wirelessly from a mobile device,
Wi-Fi Direct is supported, though NFC is not. The 20-sheet ADF atop the unit needs to be
lifted a full 90 degrees to stay up while placing a document to be scanned; the lid’s
hinges offer no resistance, unless you also lift the scanner glass to access the USB port. Unlike the fax and telephone extension ports
on the outside of the chassis, the USB port is inside the body. The cabling trench beneath the scanner lid
eats up about 14 inches of cable, so you may need a longer than usual USB cable. The Brother printed text documents at 10 pages
per minute, generating a five-page text document in 30.1 seconds. This was faster than the average of 33.4 seconds,
or 9 ppm. Our Editor’s Choice, the Canon Pixma TS9120, did so in 26.7 seconds, or 11.2 ppm. The Brother made a black-and-white copy of
a text page in 11.1 seconds, which was faster than the average of 15.1 seconds, as well
as the Canon TS9120, at 15 seconds. Color copies were made at roughly average
speed. The Brother made a color copy in 29.8 seconds, versus the category average of 27.9
seconds. The Canon TS9120 made the same copy in 17.3 seconds. Text printed adequately dark and edges were
sharp overall, though slightly rougher than the sharpest of inkjet text prints. As expected in Brother’s INKvestment line,
ink costs are very low. The Brother delivers costs per page that are a fraction of the
averages for inkjet all-in-ones we’ve tested. Setting up this Brother all-in-one is simple. You remove a few pieces of tape, adjust the
paper guides and follow the on-screen animation illustrating that you fold down a door on
the front panel to reveal the ink bay. There, you slide in the four ink cartridges. Then, the LCD tells you that preparing the
ink will take 7 minutes. The Brother INKvestment has a lot to offer.
Very low ink costs, a fast document feeder and quick text copying make it a good fit
for basic office work. Duplex printing of text documents is quick,
as is scanning. Whether the Brother INKvestment will be a
money saver in the long run may depend on your print volume. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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