Brother makes every effort to keep the dimensions of the MFC-J6510DW huge, black printer as small as possible, but the size of the paper it can handle dictates its footprint. However, the 250-sheet paper tray is telescopic, so if you just print A3 pages on occasion, you don’t need the tray to extend from the front of the machine. It’s a shame there’s no single-sheet, multi-purpose feed, as printing even one photo requires emptying the main tray. The top surface of the machine features a 35-sheet ADF with a flip-over feed tray that is both high-gloss and high-static, attracting every trace of dust. The control panel is well-organized, and there is enough of space due to the machine’s large front. The left end is dedicated to a collection of 16 quick-access fax numbers and keys for specific print features including duplex and copying. Four lit mode buttons are located to the immediate left of the 83mm widescreen LCD panel, and to the right is the traditional cross of navigation buttons, a number pad for dialing, and start and stop buttons for scan and copy processes. SD and Memory Stick card slots, as well as USB and PictBridge connections, are embedded into the control panel’s front edge, while a flip-down panel to the right of the paper trays provides access to the four independent ink cartridges. There are phone and optional third-party handset and mains plug connectors at the back of the left-hand side panel, while USB and network ports are installed inside the computer, as is Brother’s custom. A wireless connection is also offered, which is simple to set up using either WPS auto setup or by inputting a passcode. Brother includes drivers for Windows and Mac OS X, as well as a copy of Nuance PaperPort SE for document management and OCR if you’re a Windows user. Brother claims that the MFC-J6510DW can print black and color A4 documents at speeds of 12ppm and 10ppm, respectively. It’s not surprising, given that it uses the same print engine. Our five-page text document produced 6.8ppm, while the 20-page one produced 9.1ppm, which is not far off the promised speed. The printer achieved 9.4ppm in fast (draft) mode. However, we only got 6.0ppm from the text and color graphics document, and 3.8 sides per minute when we printed duplex, which is a regular feature of the printer. An A3 version of the text and graphics print took 3 minutes and 25 seconds, or 1.5ppm. These speeds are all respectable, even with a more expensive inkjet printer. It took 28 seconds to print a copy from the flatbed scanner for an A4 original and 43 seconds for an A3. The printer managed a five-page document in 1min 32s using the ADF, which is a pretty respectable performance. Although the MFC-J6510DW supports duplex printing, it only has a simplex scanner, allowing you to make a two-sided copy from two single-sided originals but not a full duplex-to-duplex copy.
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