Brother MFC-7860DW All-in-One Laser Printer

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The MFC-7860DW offers everything you need in a monochrome laser all-in-one for your small business or home office. It offers high-quality printing and also can be used to make a quick copy or send/receive faxes without using a computer. Scan multiple pages using the 35-page capacity auto document feeder or use the document glass for scanning a single document. Its advanced capabilities allow you to scan documents to a file, image, OCR, E-mail, FTP site or E-mail Server. Plus, its built-in wireless 802.11b/g and Ethernet network interfaces allow you to easily share the MFC-7860DW, and its duplex printing capability enables you to produce professional-looking two-sided output.

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Functions: Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax

Printer Type: Monochrome Laser Multifunction Printer

Interface Connection: USB Yes, Network RJ-45 Yes

Included Network Card: IEEE 802.11b/g, Fast Ethernet

System Type: Mac, PC

Black & White Print Speed: 27 ppm

Green Compliance: ENERGY STAR


Product Title: Brother MFC-7860DW All-in-One Laser Printer

Manufacturer: Brother

Lowest Price: $311.27 from

Power Score: 3.8 | 2 Reviews

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Brother MFC 7860DW

THE GOOD: Brother makes it easy to network the <b>MFC-7860DW</b> with collaborators, and its modest price tag makes sense for budget-minded shoppers. THE BAD: Larger offices will feel cramped by the printers small paper input tray and 10,000-sheet recommended output per month. THE BOTTOM LINE: The Brother MFC-7860DW and its autodocument feeder, wireless connectivity, and simple...
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By - Aug 2, 2012

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By - Apr 27, 2011

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