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Brother MFC-210C Inkjet Printer Features and Brother MFC-210C Inkjet Printer Technical Details



Brother MFC-210C Inkjet Printer Features and Brother MFC-210C Inkjet Printer Technical Details
Features

Up to 6,000 x 1,200 dpi print resolution
Print speeds up to 20 ppm black, 15 ppm color
Borderless printing for all standard photo sizes
Built-in stand-alone fax; digital media card slots
100-sheet front-loading tray; USB 2.0 interface

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Review 1
What Problems? , May 3, 2007

Reviewer: Vivify (San Francisco, CA)

I've had this printer for more than 6 months and it's been just dandy. I have an HP for photos and higher quality requirements. This Brother is for low cost every day printing and copying, and my very occasional scanning. I got it for $49 at Staples (after rebates). That's less than the cost to replace my HP catridges. I've read reviews where people complain about this thing being an ink sucker. Solution: I keep my entire PC system on a power strip/surge protector which I turn off when not in use. This limits the self cleaning cycles (and also prevents power waste - think "global warming"). AND besides all that, these are the absolute easiest cartridges to refill. For those of you yapping about how the sensors stop all printing operations when one cartridge is empty or low and how expensive all replacements are, well, just get a darn refill kit and just stick the darn syringe in there and refill the darn things for literally a mere buck or two. Then the sensors are happy (read full), your printer's happy, your wallet is happy, the environment is happy for less land-fill, and you're happy. Brother might NOT happy, because they're not making money on the expensive cartridges you were supposed to buy, but shall we shed tears?


I don't use FAX, but scanning has been OK (decent but not professional), and copying works fine. Printing quality is so so, and NOT too nifty for photos, but for a everyday low-cost printer that you can run for next to nothing ... seemingly indefinitely, it's a ridiculous bargain and a very handy tool.

Supplies:
LC41Y Yellow Ink Cartridge (approx. 400 pages at 5% letter size page coverage) LC41M Magenta Ink Cartridge (approx. 400 pages at 5% letter size page coverage) LC41C Cyan Ink Cartridge (approx. 400 pages at 5% letter size page coverage LC41BK Black Ink Cartridge (approx. 500 pages at 5% letter size page coverage)

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Review 2
Scanner issues!, March 31, 2005

Reviewer:A Reader

I got this today and I'm returning it tomorrow. The printer part is fine, but I do a lot of scanning and I am dumbfounded by what I discovered with this aspect of the machine. First off, when scanning you don't get a preview, you have no option of controlling the size of the scan, or the HSL or any other color/brightness control, nor can you control the dpi. You push the scan button and it scans the whole bed. If your object is smaller than the bed size, too bad. If you want something at 72 dpi (which is all any monitor can "see" so all you use for the web), too bad. If the colors aren't good, too bad. If there's a glare off of something you're scanning, too bad. No options are available. The files end up being large as they're the size of the bed and at 300dpi (the default).

When I first tried scanning and didn't get a preview window or any controls, I picked up the manual to figure out what was going wrong. Guess what? no mention of scanning in the 200 page book. When I looked "scanning" up in the index, it told me to look on the cd. When I looked on the cd, nothing. I went to Brother's site and downloaded a manual from there--only to read that you don't get any options on any part of scanning!

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