Brother MFC-J5910DW specs

By Simon Williams

Reviewed:

Key Features

  • A3 print when needed
  • Duplex print as standard
  • Memory card and USB sockets
  • Touchscreen control
  • iPrint&Scan for easy phone transfer
  • Manufacturer: Brother
  • Review Price: £125.00
specs
Quick Glance
Type Inkjet
Paper Size A3
Colour Yes
Fax Yes
Copier Yes
Scanner Yes
Physical Specifications
Height 260
Width 514
Depth 461
Weight 13.6
Functions
Scanner Yes
Copier Yes
Fax Yes
Printing
Type Inkjet
Duplex Yes
Print Resolution 1200 x 6000
Paper Size A3
Sheet Capacity 250 sheets
Max Paper Weight 260g/sm
Colour Yes
Rated Black Speed (draft) 35
Rated Colour Speed (draft) 27
Number of Catridges 4
Print Without PC Yes
Scanning
Scan Resolution 1200 x 2400
Features
Connection Type USB
Card slot SD, MemoryStick
Networking Yes
Extra Features A3 print, duplex, fax with 400 page memory, print from and scan to phone

suppliesgrouptsg

January 23, 2012, 6:27 pm

Very Good Information on Printer

Heiner

January 12, 2013, 4:57 pm

Thanks, for that lot of data.
But I can't find something about colour print quality! One of the important questions for me. Is the printer as good as the Epson printers?

Prihaaa

February 10, 2013, 7:31 pm

I hate this reviews , i mean u are complaining about the "poor" print quality but u cant take a dam photo to show us the difference in print quality using the J5910DW and any other printer like the Hp Photosmart 7510.... Just lame

MEYUK

March 3, 2013, 12:35 pm

Please provide info on inks. ie does printing stop when any one colour runs out and can you just print B&W without colour cartridges.

Munawar

March 27, 2013, 3:08 pm

you list cost per page on a "5% coverage basis " but the ISO standard is 20% - and that's what you quote in most other reviews. Just a typo?

Kenneth Dougherty

September 17, 2015, 8:15 pm

Hi Guys, I have tried about ten times to print out 260g paper with no results. Just a paper jam reading. The paper is partially lifted to the upward section of the paper. Brother says that she can only tale 220g. Has anyone been sucessfull in using 260g paper?

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