Highly competitive running costs. Solid overall output quality. Single-pass duplexing ADF. Borderless printing.
No Ethernet connectivity. No flash memory support. Minor banding in some graphics.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Brother MFC-J805DW is an entry-level office-oriented inkjet AIO that prints well overall and costs a lot less to use than many of its competitors.
July 9, 2019 11:37AM EST
Editors’ Rating: excellent
he Brother MFC-J805DW ($159.99) is an entry-level multifunction (print, scan, copy, and fax) inkjet printer designed for small and home-based offices with moderate print and copy volumes. It prints well overall and is affordable to use, and it has a handy single-pass auto-duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF) for unassisted two-sided copying and scanning. However, it lacks some of the convenience features of the Editors’ Choice Canon Pixma TR8520, including Ethernet support. But it’s still a solid choice for an entry-level small-office AIO.
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