Brother’s MFC-L2710DW – A Good Fit for Low-Volume Output
Exceptional text quality. Prints fast. Compact and lightweight. Ethernet support. Relatively low purchase price.
Lacks support for USB thumb drives and memory cards. ADF not auto-duplexing. So-so business graphics and photos.
The Brother MFC-L2710DW, a reasonably fast, low price, entry-level monochrome all-in-one laser printer, is an apt fit for low-volume print and copy environments.
The Brother ($199.99) is an entry-level all-in-one (print, copy, scan, and fax) printer designed for small and/or home-based offices or workgroups with modest printing needs, or perhaps as a personal monochrome laser AIO. For an entry-level AIO, it has a relatively strong feature set, and it’s fast. On the other hand, its running costs are a bit too high, and print quality (especially graphics and photos) leaves a little something to be desired. Even so, it’s space-saver small, well-built, and prints well enough overall, making it a suitable choice for low-volume monochrome print and copy environments.