The MFC-J825DW is near the top of Brother’s current multi-function printer lineup, and as such, it is loaded with capabilities. It offers duplex printing, an automatic document feeder, direct CD/DVD printing, as well as Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity. There is minimal change in shape between the various models in Brother’s current multi-function line-up. They all have the same short and squat silhouette. However, because this model is a premium offering, it distinguishes itself by having a higher finish. This translates to a lot more sheen on its surfaces, including an intriguing striped pattern on the scanner lid. The controls are located on a wide panel that spans virtually the full width of the printer. We like how Brother chose huge, chunky buttons that feel slightly squishy to the touch, but it’s the touchscreen that takes center stage here. When selecting photographs to print from memory cards or keys, it’s very wide and can display four large-ish thumbnails at once. These can be inserted into the multi-format card reader or USB port located beneath the screen’s right and left corners. To print to your discs, simply load them onto the included plastic tray and insert them into the slot. A cassette-style paper tray is located at the bottom of the MFC-J825DW. This is divided into two sections. The first works with normal paper sizes such as A4 sheets. The second is for storing photo paper. This paper tray, however, is not powered, unlike other rival versions. To switch between the two paper kinds, manually remove the tray and push a lever to activate the alternate paper supply. This is a little irritating. Setting up is thankfully quick and simple. The four cartridges are simple to install; simply open a door on the front-right of the printer and insert them. Because the slots are spring-loaded, there is no need to fiddle with locks. This variant includes a USB connector, as well as Ethernet and Wi-Fi. The Ethernet and USB ports are in an unusual location; you must pull up the scanner mechanism to access them and then trail the leads out the back of the MFC-J825DW through a narrow channel. Most users, however, will most likely link their computer to the printer over Wi-Fi. Brother also has an app called iPrint&Scan for iOS and Android devices. This allows you to transfer photographs and documents directly to the printer over Wi-Fi. We tested it on an Android phone and found it to be quite simple to use.
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