The Brother MFC-J410W includes certain functions that aren’t often seen in a multifunction printer (MFP) at this price, including as fax capabilities, an automated document feeder (ADF), and a color LCD screen. It offers reasonable speed for the price. Its printing quality isn’t the best, but it should suffice for many micro-office owners looking for an otherwise capable printer at a low cost. It has the ability to print, copy, scan, and fax, as well as print from and scan to media cards. It can print from, scan to, and e-mail from media cards. It can fax from either its keypad or your computer (PC Fax). The dimensions of this machine are 7.1 by 15.4 by 14.8 inches (HWD) and it weighs 14 pounds. It contains a 15-sheet ADF for copying, scanning, or faxing multi-page documents. It sports a modest (1.9-inch) color LCD screen, although many MFPs in this price category only have a monochrome text LED display. Although the 100-sheet paper tray is standard for an MFP in this price range, it is on the small side for a home-office MFP. This variant can connect to a computer through USB or to a network via WiFi (802.11b/g). We put it through its paces using a USB connection and a computer running Windows Vista. The Brother MFC-J410W printed the most recent version of our business applications suite at 2.2 effective pages per minute (ppm), a respectable pace for a low-cost printer. Text quality was slightly below par, adequate for schooling or internal business correspondence but not for resumes or documents intended to impress a client with professionalism. The graphics quality was below average. Color saturation was low, especially for blues, giving certain designs a washed–out appearance. Another big concern was banding, which is a consistent pattern of discolored stripes. Graphics are fine for education and some internal company purposes, but I’d be wary about using them for formal reports or PowerPoint slides. Inkjet photo quality was likewise below average. Some prints had faint colors and low contrast in brighter spots. A greenish hue was visible in a monochrome print. Still, photo quality is enough for jobs such as printing Web pages and photos for internal company use. Some compromises are unavoidable at this pricing point, especially for an MFP with fax capabilities. In the case of the Brother MFC-J410W, the output quality for text, graphics, and photographs falls a little short. However, if your microbusiness does not require high-quality printing, it provides a lot for a low price.
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