Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

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Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

  • Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet networking
  • 3.3″ Touchscreen color LCD display for interactive and easy to use menu navigation
  • Create two-sided documents and save paper with duplex printing
  • Printer Scanner Type: Color Flatbed with ADF,Unattended fax, copy or scan using up to 20-page ADF
  • Web Connect Touchscreen – access your Facebook, Picassa photo organizing software, Flickr, Google Docs and Evernote accounts via the Web Connect Touchscreen Interface±

Compact and easy-to-use, this All-in-One with unique decorative lid and print, copy, scan and fax features is ideal for the small or home office. Share with multiple computers on a network using the wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet connection. The 3.3-Inch Touchscreen color LCD display is perfect for interactive and easy to use menu navigation. Access your Facebook, Picassa photo organizing software, Flickr, Google Docs and Evernote accounts via the Web Connect Touchscreen Interface±. Print directly on printable blank DVDs, CDs and Blu-ray discs for personalization. Help save paper with automatic duplex (2-sided) printing. Unattended fax, copy and scan up to 20-page documents using the automatic document feeder. Fast print speeds of 35 ppm black/ 27 ppm color (Fast mode); ISO-based 12 ppm black / 10 ppm color (ISO/IEC 27434).Reduction/Enlargement: 25 to 400%,Power Requirements: 100 to 120 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz and Paper Capacity: ADF: 15 pages, Input Tray: 100 sheets, Photo Tray:

List Price: $ 149.99

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  1. 448 of 462 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy it, buy it, buy it!, October 29, 2011
    By 
    Rob Alfieri (Houston, TX USA) –
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    This review is from: Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    I’ve worked in technology for over 36 years. I’m picky as hell. I’ve been looking for a new all-in-one (AIO) printer for a while. I’ve tried Epson, Canon, Lexmark. I never tried Brother. I saw this printer in OfficeMax where it was on sale before Amazon for $99 and picked it up. The quality and the price of the inks looked great, the features were killer, and I needed the scanner because I often scan documents and photos, as well as use DocsVault to have a paperless office. I figured I would return it if I didn’t like it. No harm, no foul.

    Man, was I surprised. The quality of the construction is terrific. It has a small footprint and low noise. The paper tray combines holding the paper and providing the output tray. It also will store a stack of 4×6 photo paper ready to go. All you have to do is push a lever to move the photo paper into position. The tray will extend as well for legal size paper. The paper stops on the output tray and the fax tray are a little flimsy, but I can live with it.

    The document feeder is smooth as silk. The touch screen removes the need for endless buttons by transforming itself based on the selected functions. The driver and software is excellent.

    The printer functions both wired and wireless and has the usual fax functions.

    Now for the gravy! There is an iPad and iPhone app that allows you to scan DIRECTLY TO YOUR iOS DEVICE! It works flawlessly. The quality of the scans are beautiful. In addition, there will be a FIRMWARE UPDATE in JANUARY 2012 that will enable the printer for AIRPRINT! SCORE!

    All of that in a brand new released model for $99! What is Brother thinking? I don’t care. I love this device and I highly recommend it. The output is excellent. It prints very quickly in draft mode and does a great job of saving me paper with duplex. It is serving all of our devices in the house. Best I’ve seen yet!

    What have you got to lose? Try it! If you hate it, return it. No harm, no foul. :D

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  2. 162 of 167 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good, but a few details …, January 7, 2012
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    This review is from: Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    Generally speaking, this printer so far is VERY GOOD for the price. It does what it says, and it is very USER-FRIENDLY.

    My two complaints are the following:

    (1) My previous printer (a 2005 HP) printed with the same resolution in “normal” and “fast print/draft”, the only difference being the quality of the ink’s hue or depth (and, of course, the speed). That is, the 2005 HP Printer printed a lighter-colored draft document, but very quickly. THIS PRINTER in fast/draft mode also prints quickly in a lighter shade (which is fine). HOWEVER, in doing so, the resolution/form of the characters is compromised. Remember the old printers from the 90’s where a curved letter visibly showed the small blocks that formed it? How they looked like letters shaped out of Lego(TM) blocks? Well, unfortunately, in 2012, that’s what Brother delivers in its fast/draft mode. The only way to save ink is to use the “ink save” function within a particular mode, in which case it prints just as slow as that mode normally would. So, you can save ink, but you can’t save time, unless you are ok with “block” character forms.

    (2) Scanning a 8.5 x 11 piece of paper cannot happen in its entirety. The instruction booklet tells you this – .12 inches are subtracted vertically and horizontally from the page (see Basic User’s Guide, p. 25). Maybe this is normal for all scanners, I do not know. But, you should know that if you wish to scan a page in its entirety, a certain dimension will be subtracted from it. Since there is no zoom out function, you cannot correct this by zooming out.

    The two complaints/warnings listed above may not bother you. If they don’t, this is a fine printer for the price.

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  3. 97 of 100 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best value printer out!, January 11, 2012
    By 
    stratdude83 (Detroit, MI) –

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    This review is from: Brother Printer MFCJ825DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    I did some research for a couple days and ended up purchasing this printer. I’ve never owned a Brother printer since i guess the name is kinda silly. Don’t let the name fool you this is an excellent printer. For $100 you simply cannot beat it. The setup is easy and the unit seems to be well built. It has scan, copy, fax, dial pad, etc. as rubber buttons on the front face. All the menu options are on a touchscreen LCD. The touchscreen can be touchy during the initial setup phase but you get used to it. It even has a feature which allows you to copy and reprint CD artwork onto burnable CDs…now thats cool!

    The unit prints fast and has good picture quality. The scanner was way beyond my expectations and reproduces photos extremely well. Its almost like you took the picture directly off your camera. It also is able to print duplex prints and does so very fast. If you need anything more out of a printer then this then you’d be running a large business of some sort. It would even be well suited for a small business or office.

    If i could recommend anything is use the quick setup guide and use the CD to install all the software and drivers. It took me a minute to get the wireless working since you have to setup your printer on your computer as a “wireless printer” and set it up as a shared printer on your network. If your having problems there is an excellent source of troubleshooting information on the Brother website. Once everything is installed i HIGHLY recommend going onto the Brother website and updating the firmware for the printer. The firmware tells the printer how to operate its various functions. My printer out of the box needed a firmware update. If your running into issues with your printer it may be because your firmware is out of date so do this first because it may make things much easier for you.

    Other then that setup was pretty straight forward. I was able to instantly connect the printer to my wireless internet and set everything up with no real hassle. The printer wakes quickly with little delay when sending documents wirelessly.

    All i can say is i am thoroughly impressed with this product. I dont think i’ll ever buy another printer without the Brother brand name. For home use you dont need anything more elaborate then this it has everything you need in a printer and then some. You can get a 12 pack of ink for $20 so ink is not expensive at all (which was also one of my purchasing points).

    I got the printer, 3 reams of paper and the ink all for $130 shipped…what a deal! Gotta love Amazon.

    Update as of 5/6/12:
    Well we’ve been using the printer for quite sometime now and its been flawless. We recently got a home phone line and hooked up the fax machine. There are multiple faxing options but you have to choose the “External TAD” if you have an external answering machine. If you dont the printer will actually record voicemails and record received calls and such…actually pretty neat but not needed. Overall its a great printer i’m very happy with this purchase.

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