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Brother MFC-665CW Review
With integrated wireless network technology, the Brother MFC-665CW brings an extra element of connectivity to an already extremely versatile piece of hardware. Print, copy, scan, and fax functions are complemented by the unit’s additional PC fax options, its convenient media slots, and its built in message center and telephone handset, making it a truly all in one device.
With a flip up 2.5 inch color LCD display, users can preview and print not only photos, but received faxes as well with on screen menus. Digital cameras’ media cards can be inserted into the convenient media slots and managed via dedicated controls, or users can take advantage of the Brother MFC-665CW’s Pictbridge technology to connect directly to the camera.
Faxes can be stored internally by way of on board RAM that supports fax page memory, then operators of the device can hand pick and choose which pieces of data are worth printing hard copies of.
The Brother MFC-665CW is also a very qualified photo printer. With a built in 4 x 6 photo tray, the unit is capable of holding up to 20 sheets of glossy paper along with its 100 sheet standard paper supply, which does not have to be removed when printing special media. Borderless printing allows for perfect color photos to be printed at resolutions of up to 6000 x 1200 dots per inch with a droplet size of just 1.5 picoleters, which ensures the finest of detail and image accuracy.
Print speeds top out at up to 27 pages per minute in black and white for the unit and up to 22 pages per minute in color, making it a decent performer as inkjets go. Its maximum monthly duty cycle of 2,500 printed pages limits the device’s usefulness as a high volume printer, but is quite sufficient for everyday office tasks.
Scan resolution can be adjusted up to 600 x 2400 dots per inch optically or all the way up to 19,200 dots per inch when using interpolated optimized scanning. Its input color scan bit depth of 36 is helpful when dealing with photograph reproductions and scans.
Though the Brother MFC-665CW is far from obsolete, this discontinued model is definitely beginning to show signs of its age. Its fax modem is only capable of printing at a speed of 14.4 Kbps, which makes the unit two and even three times slower to transmit than more current devices. Its standard onboard memory of 32 MBs, though sufficient for document printing, will definitely result in much slowdown when dealing with full page imagery and complex print projects.
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