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Brother Inkjet All-in-Ones - Specifications

No One Size For All

As you can see, there is no perfect inkjet for all offices. While there is almost no variance from low- to high-end in terms of output quality or speed, we see a significant range in media handling and duty cycle. Network connectivity is a big issue at the entry level, and duplexing is key above the $200 point. If we had to pick a favorite from the group, it would likely be the J6510DW, which seems to offer just about everything, including the biggest long-term cost-saving features, at a respectable price point. But consider the field carefully, and be sure not to miss our Brother Laser/LED Printer Buyer’s Guide for comparison.

Specifications - Part 1

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ModelPriceMax. Black SpeedMax. Color SpeedMax. Print ResolutionStandard Input CapacityDuplex?
MFC-J410w$99.9933 ppm27 ppm6000x1200100no
MFC-795CW$179.9935 ppm28 ppm6000x1200100no
MFC-5895cw$199.9935 ppm28 ppm6000x1200150no
MFC-J6510DW$249.9935 ppm27 ppm6000x1200250yes
MFC-6890CDW$349.9935 ppm28 ppm6000x1200350yes

Specifications - Part 2

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ModelMax. Monthly Duty CycleFax?Scan?ADF capacityEthernet?WiFi?USB Direct?
  • MauveCloud
    I bought the MFC-6890CDW back in November. Had the MFC-J6510DW been released yet? If so, I didn't see it. I mainly saw the MFC-6490CW and MFC-5890CN as alternatives, which have no support for duplex printing.
  • Blaire Nadal
    Brother printers is catching up with the speedy development of printer's features. And I believe that is actually what it should do since the market is a raging world. HP now had its partnership with Google and so on.