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Brother Black Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Fax and Wireless Networking (MFCJ265W)


Brother Black Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Fax and Wireless Networking (MFCJ265W)


Brother’s new compact, stylish and easy to use wireless inkjet all-in-one printer is the affordable choice for the small office or home office user. This sleek design offers a variety of features that enhance the way you work. The wireless network interface enables sharing between multiple users on a network and the built-in fax function allows you to send and receive documents without using your computer. This model also includes powerful scanning software that captures and organizes your documents and images in various formats. The machines low profile is attributable to the convenient design of its front loading 4-cartridge ink system. Four separate ink cartridges for black, cyan, magenta and yellow ink mean you only have to change the cartridge that needs to be replaced.

  • Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g) networking
  • Built-In Fax – No PC required to send and receive documents
  • 1.9 Inch color LCD display for viewing images and easy menu navigation
  • Fast mode printing speeds up to 33ppm black / 27ppm color
  • Direct photo printing on demand from your media cardst

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Question by tolo10: Should I buy warranty on my brother printers?
I got 2 Brother MFC-J435W Wireless All-In-One Printers and I know they each already have warranty on them for a year. Should I get the 2 or 4 year plan best buy offers? Would these printers last?
I paid $ 60 each!

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Answer by TotalGamer
depends how much you paid for it. If it was over $ 150 yes. I personally have a HP printer which is wireless and all in one which i just got at Walmart for $ 90.

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  1. 203 of 204 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for what it is, August 30, 2010
    By 
    Laurel (California) –
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    This review is from: Brother Black Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Fax and Wireless Networking (MFCJ265W) (Office Product)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program (What’s this?)

    In case you got down to the reviews and didn’t realize what you’re looking at: the Brother MCFJ265W is color ink-jet, multifunction machine. It prints, scans, and faxes. It’s wireless. It’s an inkjet. It’s pretty cheap.

    I assumed at first, that this was one of those scam printers which lure you in with price, but don’t work very well and charge a wad for replacement ink. Not so! Within the realm of cheap inkjet printers, the output is plenty adequate. You can print photos in a pinch, but it’s perfect for printing out maps, web pages, and other notes where color adds to the information. And the OEM replacement ink is reasonably priced, and available on Amazon.

    I use a Mac, and as far as I was concerned, set up was easy. There are several modes of wireless, as well as a USB cable connection. (Cable is not included.) There’s an included CD with software, but I went to Brother’s website and downloaded the latest version. Installing just the printer driver got me printer function, without any additional cruft. I had to install the TWAIN package to get scanner function, which put a little icon in the menu bar. (A *color* icon, actually, ruining the default-black OS X menubar look. Ahem.) And it locked up my menu bar at one point, freezing the clock and nearly making me late for an appointment. But other than that, I’ve had no problems. I no longer have it auto-load on login, and quit when I’m done with it, and that’s been fine.

    Scanning was near miraculously easy. I pressed the scan button. The scanner operated. A file appeared in my “Pictures” directory. That’s it. The scan was gorgeous, too.

    The printer prints reasonably fast. It’s quiet. It doesn’t vibrate or have any weird smells or do anything objectionable. Since it’s inkjet, it doesn’t take gobs of power to start up as a laser printer — no flickering lights. The print quality is fine, but it’s not as precise and high-contrast as a laser printer. If your business presence involves looking good on paper, you probably want to spend a bit more on your printer than this. For everyday household printing, though, this is easy, fast, cheap, and totally readable. There is no real output paper “tray” — printed sheets just poke out the front, waiting to be taken. If you’re printing more than a couple pages, there’s a little tongue that can be extended to catch them, but I wouldn’t let a whole lot of pages build up there. (Which you probably can’t since the input paper tray isn’t all that large either.)

    There’s a very nice color LCD screen on the front, which makes setup easy. It even shows you a little animation of how to install the ink cartridges. The cartridges are easily loaded on the front side, behind a hinged door. Each of the three colors and the black are all separately replaceable. The starter ink claims to be “approximately 65%” of a full-sized cartridge, so the printer comes with about 290 pages worth of ink.

    Overall, as a household printer for everyday personal printing, I think this is a great choice.

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  2. 102 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A reliable all in one printer, September 24, 2010
    By 
    Dustin
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Brother Black Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Fax and Wireless Networking (MFCJ265W) (Office Product)
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    EDIT: I needed to use this printer, and because one of the color ink cartridges was too low, the printer refused to perform a black and white copy or otherwise function whatsoever. I bought black ink, replaced that cartridge (noticing then that the old cartridge of black ink was full) and the printer still refused to perform a black and white copy because of the color ink level.

    I feel pretty clever because I figured out a rudimentary hack to override this ink check.

    Remove the ink cartridge and you will see a clear window on the top. The cartridge also compresses, exposing a clear vial with lines across it in the back of the cartridge. I took a black sharpie and colored both windows (doing one or the other alone didn’t work) and the printer then allowed me to use it for faxing, scanning, copying, and black and white copies. I still intend to buy color ink, but sometimes I don’t have time for that when I need this device to function. I know Brother’s competition generally has the same practice (comment below if you know of an example that does not), but this is really too much for me to accept.

    I still stand behind the rest of my review, but I cannot call this a five star quality product. It’s changed, in my estimation, from an excellent printer to just OK.

    ——————-

    Old review follows:

    Apologies in advance for a lengthy review. For some reason, I really like thinking about printers.

    I noticed that the printer’s ink doesn’t automatically show up on Amazon’s ink finder yet. Ink cost is an important characteristic for any ink jet printer (in my opinion, by far the most important).

    It’s $10-$15 to replace the black ink cartridge Brother LC61BK Ink Cartridge (Black). Off brand cartridges are available and inexpensive. 12 Pack. Compatible Brother LC-61 Cartridges. Includes Sophia Global Brand Cartridges for 3ea LC-61 of each Color Black Cyan Magenta Yellow. How many pages do you get? Believe it or not, but I printed about 300-350 pages per cartridge (3 cartridges total so far) before they started to gray in output and I switched back to my beloved Samsung Samsung ML-2525W Wireless Mono Laser Printer (the laser gets thousands of pages per toner cartridge, but then it’s an entirely different category of product).

    I print an enormous amount of material, so it was easy to see how this printer performs economically. It’s easily the most affordable per page inkjet I’ve ever used. A laser printer is cheaper, faster, and I like the quality, so bear that in mind if you’re just planning to print black and white documents in large numbers. In fact, a limited paper tray makes printing more than 100 pages at once with this printer quite a hassle (most people see no issue here, I bet). I should mention that if you want your ink to last, use fast printing. I think the results were easy to read.

    Of course, this printer does a lot more than my b/w laser. I printed a couple of photos, and they were color accurate and looked pretty good (not excellent). Loading images from my Sony camera’s memory stick was simple (you can load from USB or SD card). Frankly, I think it’s very silly to print photos at home when the quality and price per picture is much better at a store nearby (my grocer’s website makes it easy). However, the results are reasonably good at home. Color prints at high quality take an enormous amount of time. It felt like at least a minute per page, but I didn’t time it. The black and white printing seems slow as well unless you use the fast mode, and even then, is slow when compared to a laser printer.

    I’ve always been highly annoyed with ‘printer cleaning’ that wastes a ton of ink. This printer does not waste much ink when performing this function.

    I sent a fax to my wife (who was very surprised as she didn’t know we had a fax machine!). This sucker really is a great fax machine. It was very snappy with the scanning. If you’re running a business and worry about employees not being familiar with the fax machine, this is a very, very good one (it’s so simple to use).

    And onto the scanning. I consider the quality of this scanner to be outstanding! It’s the strongest aspect of this all-in-one. Colors were accurate. Everything is sharp.

    Of course, all of these features (except the fax) are tied together with its wi-fi interaction. And this is where I initially ran into problems. The CD’s…

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  3. 55 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for the price!, October 21, 2010
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    This review is from: Brother Black Compact Inkjet All-in-One with Fax and Wireless Networking (MFCJ265W) (Office Product)

    I calculated it out, and it was actually cheaper to buy this NEW PRINTER than buy overpriced ink cartridges for my noisy ancient HP printer. (I still can’t get over that!)

    Pros:
    1. Cost: great for price, especially considering it’s functionality
    2. Scanner: pretty good quality considering, but again, I’m used to my fossil of a printer… obviously wouldn’t be the best for applications requiring intense scanning capabilities, but for everyday use, awesome
    3. WIRELESS: Sorry, but this concept to me is still astounding. “you mean, I can have my printer on the other side of the house and still print things from it?!” Much better than keeping the printer within two feet of the computer, and it reduces the number of unmanageable tangled cords by at least one [no usb connection needed] (two [power cord] if you located the printer away from the computer)
    4. Fax, though I don’t use it (or have a main line for that matter) is a nice additional feature. Maybe once they (maybe they already have) figure out a way to attach cell phones or go over the internet, this will be more useful for me. Still, good feature for others needing this, as fax is still a pretty common form of communication and document sharing.
    5. Separate color ink cartridges: FINALLY! I hate having my HP color cartridge run out of ONE color and then having to figure out how to use it still; there’s still two colors of ink in there… but they’re pretty useless for full color images (and you better hope you don’t forget which one of the three it is). Now they’re all separate and easy to get to (front flap folds down) and change.
    6. Cheap off-brand ink cartridges: Unlike other companies (cough cough) there seems to be an abundance of off brand ink cartridges for Brother printers… which is good! Saves you a LOT of money, as long as you’re willing to put up with a dud every once in a while (for the money… about $1 per cartridge… it’s totally worth it). Additionally, the pages per cartridge for this printer is much higher than HP’s 21 and 22 cartridges- making the price per cartridge even more enticing.
    7. LCD screen: it’s in color! I didn’t realize when I bought- nice surprise.

    Cons:
    1. hidden paper tray: I was initially very excited about this feature… so tired of papers sticking out of the printer and getting bent, folded, dusty, dirty, etc. However, it doesn’t hold as many sheets as I would have hoped and it gets jammed a lot. I’ve used the printer for three days now, and of all three times, it got jammed twice. Hey, maybe it’s just user error, but I re-read the directions, just to make sure I wasn’t being an idiot.
    2. Wireless: Wait, yes, I did have this listed as a pro above, but I at least HAVE to mention that obviously if your internet/router/service goes down, you literally can’t print unless you manually haul the thing back over to your computer and dig out a usb cord. I know, not the end of the world, but still, a bit frustrating.
    3. EVERY time it gets manually connected to a wireless network, it prints out this sheet saying so… completely stupid and not very sustainable.. plus it just wasted some of your ink and a page of paper. Can you stop this? I’m sure. However, it’s still frustrating… especially for a sheet of paper you’re just going to throw out anyways(or cut up and recycle as notes!).
    4. Footprint: I was hoping it would be a bit smaller (I realize the dimensions are listed). It’s still massive on my bookshelf.
    5. Noise: I was hoping for a decently quiet machine… while this is quieter than my last printer, it’s still pretty loud.

    Overall: Good product for the price- The pros outweigh the cons, and seriously, some of those cons aren’t even much of an issue. For someone who’s just looking for something that prints and not necessarily too concerned about professional prints and a little noise (aka. students, home office?, etc.), this is a good deal. Again, especially for the price. Compared to others in it’s $$ range, this probably has the most bang for the buck (gadget wise and cheap ink.. if nothing else)

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