Maybe your printer has eventually given up the ghost and it’s time to find a replacement or you simply feel like updating and want to be able to print via AirPrint and enjoy the current modern features offered by many of todays inkjet and laser printers. We have listed the following 5 printers we think are worth considering for use in the home or a small office and hope you find it useful and informative.
First impressions of the Brother MFC-J5330DW printer are likely to be ‘Wow! is this printer too big to fit in my home?’ The printer measures 304mm x 520mm x 400mm and is certainly larger than the average home printer but despite its size it’s not a heavy printer to move around. This Brother multi-function printer has the ability to print A4 and A3 paper, prints double sided and doubles as a scanner too. Brother are branding this as an A4 printer, not surprising as it can hold up to 250 A4 paper sheets in its tray at any one time. The A4 print speed is estimated at 22 pages per minutes for black and white print to 20 pages per minute for colour prints, the A3 print speed will obviously be slower than this.
The running costs of the Brother MFC-J5330DW are an important factor as always and the best value inks are the high capacity compatible Brother LC3219XL ink cartridges. The black ink cartridge will print approximately 3000 pages and the LC3219XL Cyan/Magenta/Yellow inks will print approximately 1500 pages per colour. At just over €35 for a 4 pack of the compatible inks, this printer is especially affordable to run. The overall performance of the printer is good with excellent quality photo prints. With this printer’s ability to print A4 or A3 pages at a reasonable print speed and would not look out of place in the home or small business.
This All-in-One Epson Expression XP-960 multi-function printer from Epson has become a form favourite online. The ability to print A4 or A3 prints sets it apart from some of its Brother and HP counterparts using six ink cartridges for well defined high quality printing. The printer measures 148mm x 479mm x 356mm and is relatively light weight so easily unpacked and set up.
This printer/scanner has touchscreen controls (large enough to make reading easy) with an SD card camera slot as well as the standard USB port. Blessed with wireless and cable connectivity it’s easy to set up on MAC and PC. The printer uses just one black ink among its six 24XL (T2431/2/3/4/5/6 colours) with a block buster 30 pack of compatible Epson 24XL inks for under €50! The ink cartridges are replaced individually as and when the printer indicates the need.
Some key features of the XP-960 include the ability to print up to A3 size (ideal for borderless photo printing), sending prints via your mobile phone and an easy to navigate integrated touch screen. This small-in-one also has a scan facility with a top resolution of 4800ppi and is certainly good enough to cope with good quality photo scanning. It’s possible to scan to the desktop on your computer, a emery card in the printer or indeed to a cloud.
Breaking the mould with this printer, Canon have designed the Pixma TR8550 printer primarily for the home office user as well as the home photo printer that they are equally highly regarded for. This printer operates using 5 x PGI-580XXL / CLI-581XXL ink cartridges and is considerably smaller in size than it’s Canon siblings aimed at the same home market. The printer will scan, copy, print and fax (does anyone still use fax?) and has an easy to use touchscreen interface.
The Wi-fi is complemented with a bluetooth facility enabling connection of your mobile phone and print via the Canon mobile app. The printer also has a memory card slot so the connection to the home photo printer is maintained and the fact that there is an extra PGI-580XXL pigment black ink cartridge is a nod in recognition of this.
The Pixma TR8550 printer has the ability to produce Duplex printing (that’s printing both sides at once) although this is limited to A4 size. The easy to follow touchscreen makes it easy to set up linking to your Wi-Fi via your password. Photo printing can be a little slow but the quality more than makes up for this.
The HP Laserjet Pro MFP M227fdw multi-function laser printer with a Wi-Fi feature produces high quality black and white prints, single or double sided (duplex). This printer produces clean crisp black text and images and can be an economical printer to run if you decide to use the non original compatible brand. Let’s face it, the running costs of the printer is crucial – A4 Pages can be printed for as little as 1 cent per page if you go down the route of using a good quality compatible CF280X high capacity toner.
The printer has 2 sheet feeds, the main feed holding up 250 A4 sheets with a secondary 15 sheet feed for heavier or specialised paper. Uncharacteristically, the HPLaserjet Pro MFP M227fdw uses separate drum unit and laser toner cartridges. In terms of speed, the M277fdw can print up to 26 pages per minute of text with a drop off of about 8 seconds for A4 coverage with images.
Overall this printer is quiet, fast to use with a good quality scan facility and economical to run. Ideal for the small office and definitely worth buying if you are considering using the no-oriignal HP toners.
The OKI C542DN laser printer is an ideal 4 colour office printer. Easy to use and with a large colour touchscreen this A4 printer will hold up to 350 A4 sheets of paper so ideal for uninterrupted printing. This printer does what it says on the tin, prints only, no scan or Wi-Fi with this OKI C542DN printer. There is, however, the option for a Wi-Fi module should you desire.
The printer is quite large and more suited to a busy small office rather than a home and it’s real plus is its speed of 30 pages per minute in colour. So what about the running costs? The compatible high capacity OKI 46490605/6/7/8 laser toner cartridges are available at under €300 with the black toner printing up to 7000 pages and each of the three colours printing up to 6000 pages each. That’s a cost of approximately 5 cents per A4 page for a colour print. Overall a good performance from this printer from a trusted brand
When buying your Brother printer ink and toner, it’s important to know which ink cartridges are compatible with the printer that requires a replacement ink or toner? If you are not sure about which cartridge needs replacing it can prove very time consuming to locate the ink. Ink and toner are two very different products although many people would term printer toner as printer ink. A printer will either use ink or toner depending on the printer but neither of these products can be used in the other’s printer. Ink for a Brother inkjet printer and toner for a Brother laser printer.
To explain the difference between the Brother inkjet printer and the Brother laser toner printer we can look at the requirements of the printer for the user when considering the purchase of the printer. The function of the printer is the main difference to consider before purchasing the printer and deciding between laser toner and ink cartridges. The laser toner printer is more likely to be suited to the heavy user such as an office or business whereas the majority of the inkjet printers are suitable for normal home use. Once you understand the basic principles of using either printer type, you are not likely to get ink and toner confused. The next consideration is comparing the purchase price of the printer. The Brother laser toner printer will be more expensive than its inkjet counterpart but will greatly out perform its cheaper alternative. Brother Toner and ink cartridges are readily available at local office supplies stores across Ireland however shopping online will secure the best deals for Brother toner and ink.
Detailed Differences between Brother Toner and Ink
The physical size and weight of ink and toner cartridges differ considerably, both in terms of structure and contents. The main difference being that toner is powder and ink is liquid. A Brother toner and ink cartridge will print both text document and photos images but some printers will excel better at one than the other. As a rule of thumb Brother toners will produce fast results when printing black and white or colour documents and are ideal for the office or busy home user. The inkjet printer can produce black and white text documents printed using a Brother laser printer will be crisp and sharp, while the colour prints will be rich and vibrant but will lack the detail and punch that.
How Brother Toner Cartridges Work
Brother laser toner is made up of two main components – iron oxide and plastic resin. Laser printer doesn’t lay the toner on the paper in the same way the ink does – the process is completely different. The laser printer in the first instance will draw an electrostatic template of the image onto its rotating metal drum inside the printer. The technical process involved in printing a document involves the printer drum being covered in photosensitive material and begins with either a positive or negative charge followed by a very precise laser action altering the electrical charge in particular areas according to information fed from the computer. The next process involves the printer drum being coated in magnetically charged laser toner and the fine particles of toner only adhering to the areas where the laser printer outlined the image. Then the sheet of paper, which has also been magnetically charged, will pass the drum and draw away the toner. Finally, the printer fuser will set the image on the document by heating and melting the plastic particles.
How Brother Ink Cartridges Work
The technology of the inkjet printer is simpler to understand than laser printer. The Brother inkjet uses liquid ink with the cartridge being locked in an airtight compartment. The ink cartridge is installed into the printer and the ink transferred to the paper via a print head. The print head moves back and forth across the paper and creates the image in this way. The black and colour ink cartridges are normally replaceable individually depending on the printer.
Replacing Brother Toner Cartridges
The initial purchase price of the laser printer may prove expensive depending on the model purchased and whether it is colour or mono (black and white). While deciding on which type of laser printer to buy it’s worth considering the cost of the toner cartridge, as the running costs of the machine are vital to the cost of the printing. It is advisable when making the initial enquiries about the laser printer to discover if there is a cheaper alternative to original brand Brother toner, often referred to as generic, compatible or remanufactured toner. Basically this is laser toner that is not the original brand but has either started life as a Brother toner or is a direct copy of the original brand toner.
Compatible Brother Toner
This is laser toner that has been produced by a third-party manufacturer (not Brother) without infringing the copyright of the original Brother toner cartridge. These toners are manufactured to ISO standard and produced in large volumes thus enabling the price to be kept low and is some cases as much as the 100% cheaper than the original brand Brother toner. The quality of the compatible laser toner will vary from supplier to supplier but generally the quality should not be too far away from the original brand Brother with a good quality compatible. Many businesses have made the switch from original brand toner to compatible in an effort to save money while not wanting to compromise on quality or reliability.
Compatible Brother Ink Cartridges
Compatible ink cartridges are more popular than laser toner due to the amount of home users that constantly want to reduce their printing costs and use the printers form more general-purpose printing such as text documents or boarding passes. Compatible ink cartridge are gain a direct copy of the original brand Brother cartridge but with some physical differences so as not to infringing the copyright of the cartridge. For this reason, the compatible cartridge may look slightly different to the original but it should still fit and work without any issues. There are compatible ink cartridges available now for almost every brand except for the more obscure and less popular printers.
Print Speed and Quality
The laser toner will beat the inkjet printer hands down every time for print speed with large quantities of A4 sheets printed without the frequent reloading of the paper tray. This is ideal for the busy business, school or college. The inkjet printer is lagging far behind on the print speed and is further limited by the amount of paper it can hold in its paper tray. The laser toner is also faster drying than the inkjet printer ink and this has to be seen as a further advantage.
Buying Brother Ink and Toner Online
Buying Brother toner or ink cartridges online is by far the smartest way to shop for your ink and toner. Many good suppliers in Ireland are happy to reward repeat customers with discounts and treats. Online suppliers do appreciate your business and will email you with reminders from time to time in an effort to get you to make another purchase. It is worth considering registering with your supplier as a customer rather than buying as a guest as this will enable you to receive useful reminders about ordering your printer ink and will avail you of any discounts or offers that may be relevant to your printer. Finally, always ensure that your supplier will offer either full customer support or a money-back guarantee with their products to ensure there is little or no risk to you when you make the purchase.
Sales of compatible Brother toner cartridges are said to be now outselling the original brand cartridges across Ireland and the UK by as much as two to one! That is the claim by some of the big online sellers and it’s not hard to believe when you look at the advantages of buying the compatible version of the toner over the original brand. In the first instance there’s the price. In some cases as much as 100% can be saved when you purchase a compatible toner and this can represent a big saving to any business or busy home user. Secondly the fact that a large proportion of compatible toners is filled to capacity and as a result will print substantially more pages than an original brand toner. These are facts rather than fiction and one only has to try out the compatible laser toner to see if it’s true.
In recent years there may have been some concerns about the quality and reliability of compatible or remanufactured Brother toner but the fact is that all good quality laser toners are now manufactured by a third-party to the same ISO standards as the original brand Brother toners. There are certainly more compatible toner cartridges available now than remanufactured and indeed some people may still wonder what the difference is. Simply explained, the remanufactured toner was an old Brother toner collected from the end user, taken back to the factory, cleaned, parts replaced where necessary, the toner cartridge refilled with toner, re-boxed and sold as a new replacement or refilled cartridge. These cartridges were successful but sometime prone to failure as there may have been a part on the toner cartridge that may have needed replacing but was not obvious at the time of checking and therefore contributed to some sort of failure further down the line.
The compatible Brother toner however is an entirely new cartridge, manufactured by a third-party (not Brother). This toner cartridge is designed in such a way that it will work with your printer but so as not to infringe copyright of the original Brother toner it will not look identical, (it may be some slight cosmetic change that doesn’t effect the fitting of the cartridge). These cartridges are in effect brand new and produced on a large scale either in the UK or abroad, again to the same ISO standards as the original brands. There is very little that can or does go wrong with these cartridges and these are the Brother toners that are proving to be a big success.
When buying from a reputable online seller who stocks high quality Brother toner it is worth checking out in the first instance if they offer customer support and a money-back guarantee. What you are essentially looking for is a seller that offers no risk to you the buyer so that if there are any issues they will be resolved quickly or a full refund offered. This information will usually be available on the sellers website or if you are not completely convinced why not make your purchase through PayPal and have the backing of a renown organization behind you when you make your purchase. You will usually find however, that if you buy from a reputable seller there will not be the need to go so far as to involve PayPal.
Saving money without compromising on quality is the key to buying compatible Brother toner and it’s certainly worth making the switch if you haven’t already done so.
Using premium quality Brother toner can save a business hundred Euros and in some cases thousands of Euros each year. A premium quality Brother toner can offer savings upto 100% when compared to the original brand Brother cost. Quality may be an issue that some people may feel they have to consider when making a purchase of compatible printer toner. This is not the case with a premium Brother toner cartridge as they are manufactured to the same ISO standards as the original brand.
Price is the biggest difference between the two types of toner. If for example we look at a popular set of Brother toners such as the Brother HL 2050 mono printer that uses the Brother TN2000 toner cartridge. A four pack of the compatible toners currently retail for €79.95 online producing 10,000 pages @ 5% coverage. The cost of the same four toners as original Brother is currently €280! All compatible toners should also come with a money-back guarantee giving no risk at all to the buyer.
As a rule there are generally no issues with using compatible Brother toner unless there happened to be a faulty ‘chip’ but this could also happen with a genuine toner cartridge also. More and more businesses and home are making the switch to compatible ink and toner in an attempt to reduce their spending without compromising on the quality.
A useful tip for buying compatible Brother toner is to enquire if there is a guarantee with the toner and if there are any issues will the supplier replace the toner or refund the money. All good Irish suppliers will usually agree to this in their terms and conditions and offer the buyer protection against poor quality or a faulty toner cartridge. Compatible toners are manufactured by a third-party and not by Brother themselves. They can be based in Ireland, the UK or Asia depending on where the supplier is located. There are very few poor quality toner cartridges on the market these days as the technology is now so advanced that reliability and quality are standard. The compatible laser toner market in Ireland is huge with not just businesses but schools and colleges now using these toners as part of their daily printing practices. Once you try the compatible toner it’s very unlikely that you will return to buying the original brand toner.
The Brother laser toner TN2120 compatible version twin pack will print up to 5200 pages @ 5% coverage for €48.73 (including VAT). This high quality compatible toner works in more than a dozen Brother laser printers and is a big hit with both the business and the busy home user. One such printer is the Brother HL-2140 mono laser printer, cheaper to run in a busy office than any inkjet printer, it is ideal for the home and office that doesn’t require colour printing. A single Brother TN2120 toner cartridge has an estimated print output of 2600 A4 pages. As Brother is currently the second most popular laser printer in the UK, this small office printer toner is on the market aimed at those not yet using a Brother printer. Brother’s main rivals in the laser printer market are HP, Samsung, OKI and Xerox. As Brother tries to gather a bigger share of the Irish market, it seems it has launched several small reliable black and white printers to test the water in an effort to get a foothold in the market.
The Brother HL-2140 laser printer is stylish and light grey in colour and reviews are positive for this laser printer. The printer has a stand out blue on/off button on the top, with indicators for replacement toner and drum unit (can be easily seen just to the rear of this). This particular printer is USB connected but there are other versions that will allow WiFi connection. The print rate is estimated at 22 pages per minute for text with graphics taking a little longer.
Using compatible Brother laser toner can help make big savings for any business and let’s face it, we all want to save money. Compatible printer toner is one way to reduce the running costs for our printer and a busy office printing documents or indeed a hotel or restaurant printing menus or flyers can easily go through a couple of toner a month. The key to getting the most out of your Brother printer is with replacement Brother laser toner and choosing the combination of a Brother HL-2140 printer and compatible Brother TN2120 laser toner is certainly a good place to start.
As 2016 approaches, it’s still not too late to print a customised 2016 calendar, either for the home or the office. If you are in possession of a laser toner printer and, in particular, a colour printer, then printing the calendar yourself should be a fast and simple process. You will, however, need the services of a binder and this can usually be obtained in your local high street print or copy shop who will spiral bind the calendar for a small fee.
The key to printing your own calendar is to, first of all, download a suitable template from the many free online templates currently available. You can decide beforehand if you would like your printer to be A4 or A3 – if your printer will print that size. The beauty of using a laser printer is the speed of which you are able to produce any print whether in black and white or in colour. Of course, these printers will be more expensive than a conventional inkjet printer that is primarily used in the home or a small office. If you can get access to a laser toner printer, then so much the better. There would not be much point in buying a new one just for printing the calendar, as the cost would outweigh the usefulness of the printer for just that purpose.
The cost of using a toner to print the calendar would be minimal as some A4 sheets can be printed for less than half a cent per page in black and white. This is true in the case of HP laser toner and Brother laser toner. This cost is based on 5% coverage of the page – usually with text – and makes it far more affordable than using printer ink cartridges.
Once you have downloaded the calendar template (be sure to check the calendar dates are correct as there are some bogus calendar templates out there!) then it’s just a case of inserting the photo image in position – for example a January winter scene, this should be the first month sorted. Ideally if you have chosen the spiral-bound style you will need to print 13 A4 sheets one side on a light card. You can set all your artwork up first using the template and run them off quite quickly. Once you have all thirteen sheets printed, (there are thirteen by the way as you will require one scene for the cover and twelve pages for each month of the year). Your local copy shop will be able to spiral bind the calendars and this will give them a professional look. A huge tip to save on your printing is to use compatible laser toner where available, the quality is as good as original brand laser toner and you can save yourself a fortune!
It’s estimated that the popularity of the Brother printers in general has doubled from this time last year, due to the reduction in the purchase price by large high street and online retailers. Brother decided to launch an alternative to combat Epson’s hold over the small all-in-one printer and grab a share of this lucrative market.
The LC1280XL is an interesting ink cartridge from an ink volume point of view, as it is high capacity cartridge and is designed to print large volumes of colour or black and white prints without the need to change as often as some of it’s Epson competitors.
The original brand ink volume Brother LC1280XL ink cartridge is 54.7ml whereas the non-original compatible version of the cartridge is 78ml! This is an increase of approximately 40% in ink alone and will go a long way to helping you print more documents for a fraction of the cost. While the initial purchase price of the Brother printers such as Brother MFC J6710D, Brother MFC J5910DW, Brother MFC J6510DW, Brother MFC J6710DW and Brother MFC J6910DW may be quite low, the cost of the original brand Brother LC1280 ink may cost you around €85 for a full set while you can buy a compatible version of the cartridge for as little as €1.55 each including the Vat with low cost next day delivery.
Some people may have doubts about the quality and reliability of the compatible Brother LC1280 ink cartridges but the simple truth is that they are fine for everyday general-purpose printing of documents and images. It’s fair to say that if you are wanting to produce quality photographic prints with particular attention to detail for the colour saturation then you may require the original brand Brother LC1280 ink but then you might as well opt for an Epson photo quality printer at the time you buy the printer.
The compatible LC1280XL are manufactured by a third party (not by Brother) and are tested to the same ISO standards as the original brand, so they meet the same standard that the customer would expect but without the high cost. While the Brother printers are relatively inexpensive to buy in Ireland these days the real pinch is felt when it comes to replacing the ink cartridges. The compatible version of any ink cartridge will always give better value than the original brand and has to be with considering as the cost of a ml of original brand printer ink exceeding that of a good quality champagne!
The Brother compatible LC1240 are among Brother’s top selling ink cartridges, as their cost drop to €1.24 each + VAT. These cartridges come in four different colours, black, cyan magenta and yellow. The black cartridge has 30ml of ink volume and the each colour ones have 19ml of ink. This is over double the ink that is in the original brand Brother ink cartridge that shows and ink volume of 13.9ml for the black and 7.1ml for the colours. The difference in the price between the compatible and original brand is another major issue with the original brand cartridges costing up to €12 each per cartridge online.
Among the many brother printers that work with the LC1240 Brother cartridge is the MFC J5910DW printer. Buying a set of original brand MFC J5910DW ink can set you back as much as €50 locally compared to €1.24 each for the compatible version of the cartridge when bought as part of a multipack. Some people may question the reliability of the compatible Brother LC1240 ink cartridges against that of the original version but it’s well recognised that the compatible cartridges are fully tested to the same ISO standards as their original brand counterparts and for everyday general purpose use, there is no difference in the print quality.
The LC1240 ink cartridges work with the following Brother printer models:
|Brother DCP J525W||Brother DCP J725DW||Brother DCP J925DW||Brother MFC J430W|
|Brother MFC J625DW||Brother MFC J825DW||Brother MFC J6710D||Brother MFC J5910DW|
|Brother MFC J6510DW||Brother MFC J6710DW||Brother MFC J6910DW|
The Brother MFC J6910DW ink would be one of the biggest sellers due to the popularity of this particular printer. Compatible ink cartridges are certainly the way to go to get more for your money when printing and with so many households having more than one printer these days the cost of running a printer can be nearly as much as fuel for the house for a year! More and more businesses and schools are using compatible Brother LC1240 ink cartridges in an effort to save money, home users are already using the compatibles in considerable numbers and it’s only a matter of time before everyone makes the switch to non-original cartridges.
The Brother TN1050 toner is now available in compatible non-genuine form with an average printing cost of less than 2 cents per page + VAT. This cost is based on purchasing a 2 pack of toner cartridges, each cartridge prints up to 1000 A4 pages @ 5% coverage. This black toner is ideal for the office or busy home user that prints large quantities of text documents. Small office in particular will benefit from this reliable compatible TN1050 laser toner. It also has excellent print quality with consistent good solid blacks and high quality greyscale images. The compatible version of the toner will give the same results as the original brand Brother, the only noticeable difference being the cost.
When trying to decide if you need to make the change from inkjet cartridges to the TN1050 toner, there are several factors that can help you decide. Printer toner is a powder based substance as opposed to inkjet cartridge that is actually liquid ink. Laser toner printers in general print much faster than their inkjet counterparts. Because of the precision of the laser toner over ink, images will print clearer and faster than inkjet printers (unless you are using a photo image quality printer). The number of pages you are able to print will be greatly increased before you have to replace the printer toner. Laser toner printers, are however, more expensive to buy than inkjet printers but the mono laser printers can be particularly good value when compared to the colour laser printers. Also, inkjet cartridges are prone to clogging and that is something that won’t happen with a laser toner cartridge.
The TN1050 printer toner is essentially used in the Brother printers listed below:
|Brother DCP-1510 toner cartridge||Brother DCP-1512 toner cartridge||Brother DCP-1610W toner cartridge|
|Brother DCP-1612W toner cartridge||Brother HL-1110 toner cartridge||Brother HL-1112 toner cartridge|
|Brother HL-1210W toner cartridge||Brother HL-1212W toner cartridge||Brother MFC-1810 toner cartridge|
|Brother MFC-1910W toner cartridge|
The laser printer also takes longer to warm up than the inkjet printer and if a TN1050 toner was to leak it can be very messy inside the printer. The laser printer can also handle a variety of different paper types (weights and finishes) whereas the inkjet printer is limited in this area. Deciding on whether or not you would like to move from inkjet printer to laser printer depends on what you want to print and what quantity you want to print. If you are likely to use large volumes of text content documents in the home or office then the TN1050 will be ideal for you.
Hard to believe but the latest high quality compatible TN3280 laser toner cartridges will print up to 16,000 pages at 5% coverage for less than 1 cent a page!
The original brand Brother printer toner will print the same quantity but for a lot more money. Comparatively speaking, the non-original toner should be at least 50% less than its original brand counterpart but in some cases it can be much less than that. For example, the best online in Ireland price for a TN3280 toner cartridge is around €120 including VAT and delivery. It’s possible to pick up a good quality compatible TN3280 for around €30 including VAT if you buy a 2 pack on offer! The quality of the compatible laser toner is ideal for everyday use at home or in the office. This black and white toner is a particular favourite for the office that produces a lot of reports where speed and quality of the print are important.
The speeds of print vary from printer to printer but on average it’s around 28 pages per minute with a 250-sheet paper tray with an optional second paper tray that will hold around 50 pages. All fitted with USB and Ethernet socket the printer can be used as a stand-alone printer or ne networked. As with any printer the running costs are the important factor and using compatible Brother TN3280 toner will certainly help reduce the laser toner bill at year-end. For the best deals in compatible laser toner or as it’s sometimes referred to ‘non-original’ toner, online suppliers in Ireland are offering great prices with low cost next day delivery. Most suppliers will offer a money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied or change the cartridge if for some reason there is an issue with the toner.
It’s estimated that Sales of compatible printer toner have overtaken the sales of original brand toners in Ireland in the last two years as more and more businesses are making the switch. Laser toner printing is preferred to inkjet cartridge printing in the office as it offers fast print speeds and the laser printer is able to hold more paper than a conventional inkjet printer. There are several Brother mono laser printers that works well with TN3280 toner.
|DCP 8070D||DCP 8085DN||HL5340D||HL5350D||HL5370DW||HL5380DN|
|HL 5350DN||MFC 8370DN||MFC 8380DN||MFC 8880DN||MFC 8890DW|