The Brother MFC-J4320DW inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) is a second-generation, low-end model in the company’s Business Smart line. It prints on letter-size paper in Landscape mode, as do all Business Smart models, but it also has a wide enough paper path to print on tabloid-size (11-by-17-inch) paper in Portrait mode. In the case of this model, you must manually feed the larger sheets, making it an unsuitable choice if you frequently print tabloid-size documents. However, if you need a letter-size printer but occasionally need to print a tabloid-size page or two, it’s a very appealing and cost-effective option. However, because it lacks an Ethernet connector, you can’t use any of its Web-related capabilities unless you connect the printer to your network over Wi-Fi. If you prefer a wired connection, the Web-related functionality will be inaccessible. The MFC-J4320DW is best viewed as a personal printer that can also be shared for very light-duty use in a micro office. The paper handling—a single 150-sheet tray, a one-sheet manual feed, and a duplexer (for two-sided printing) is enough for most personal use, but on the small side for a shared printer in a tiny office. Brother also opted not to have an automated document feeder (ADF). This reduces costs but limits you to scanning on a letter-size flatbed. Basic MFP capabilities include printing and faxing from a PC, scanning to a PC, and functioning as an independent copier and fax machine. It can also print from and scan to a USB key, as well as print from PictBridge cameras. If you connect the printer to your network via a Wi-Fi access point, you can also print from the cloud if your network is linked to the Internet, and you can connect via the access point from an iOS, Android, or Windows mobile device to print from and scan to a phone or tablet. You won’t be able to print through the cloud if you connect it to a single PC through USB, but the MFC-Wi-Fi J4320DW’s Direct will still allow you to print and scan directly from a mobile device. Using the front-panel 2.7-inch touch screen, you may print from and scan to a variety of websites (including Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, OneDrive, and OneNote). You can also scan to a variety of file formats using the Brother Apps menu and then store the file to a cloud site or send it as an email attachment. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and searchable PDF formats are available as file formats. When the file is created, Brother’s servers in the cloud recognize the scanned text. However, keep in mind that you may only use these capabilities if you connect the printer to your network.
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