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Brother MFC-J5720DW

Brother MFC-J5720DW


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Brother MFC-J5720DW
Epson PictureMate PM-400 Personal Photo Lab
HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw
Dell S2810dn
Canon Pixma iP110 Wireless Mobile
Brother MFC-J5720DW
Epson PictureMate PM-400 Personal Photo Lab
HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw
Dell S2810dn
Canon Pixma iP110 Wireless Mobile
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Release Date
Apr 2015
Nov 2015
Oct 2015
Jul 2015
Jun 2015
Output Type
1-pass color
1-pass color
1-pass color
Monochrome
1-pass color
Platform
Mac OS, Windows
Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Mac OS, Windows
Printer Type
Ink Jet, All-In-One, Standard All-Purpose
Ink Jet, Dedicated Photo
Laser, Printer Only
Laser, Printer Only
Ink Jet, Printer Only, Standard All-Purpose
Cost Per Page (Mono)
17.0 cents
39.0 cents
3.2 cents
2.2 cents
7.8 cents
Cost Per Page (Color)
7.4 cents
39.0 cents
16.3 cents
15.5 cents
Maximum Resolution(BW) - Horizontal
1200.0 dpi
600.0 dpi
600.0 dpi
Maximum Resolution(BW) - Vertical
6000.0 dpi
600.0 dpi
600.0 dpi

This top-of-the-range machine has a long feature list and is full of useful abilities, top of which is A3 printing.

This printer wasn't built for professional photographers.

This isn’t bad for a colour laser in this price range.

A fast mono-laser printer can be the backbone of a small office, and with its claimed 35ppm print speed, the Dell S2810dn should be well suited.

Even though mobile printers have been around for a while, that machines this small are capable of printing so well—and at competitive speeds—is impressive, and worth paying a premium for.