Brother’s Capable MFC-L3750CDW Color Laser MFP Overshadowed by Slightly More Costly Sibling

Review of the Brother MFC-L3750CDW at PCMagPROS

  • Large ADF.
  • Good text, graphics, and photo quality.
  • Decent mobile device support.

CONS

  • Running costs are a bit high.
  • Lacks auto-duplex scanning and copying.
  • No NFC.

THE BOTTOM LINE

The Brother MFC-L3750CDW color laser-class (LED instead of laser technology) all-in-one prints well at a reasonable clip, but its automatic document feeder offers manual duplexing only and, as with most of its competitors, its running costs are not as economical as they should be.


ByWilliam Harrel February 4, 2020
Editors’ Rating: 3.5 – Good


Brother’s MFC-L3750CDW ($399.99) is an entry-level color laser-class all-in-one printer designed for small and home-based offices or workgroups with low-to-medium-volume print and copy requirements. A step down from our Editors’ Choice color laser AIO, Brother’s MFC-L3770CDW, the MFC-L3750CDW prints well at respectable speeds, and its ongoing cost per page (CPP) is, for a lower-end color laser, competitive. You do, however, give up a few things for its $100-lower list price compared to its more capable sibling, among them an auto-duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning and copying two-sided, multipage documents without having to turn the originals over yourself. Even so, for many small operations, a C-note represents significant savings; if you can live without automatic two-sided scanning and a few other, less critical conveniences, the MFC-L3750CDW will serve you well.


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