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Brother MFC-J6710DW

Brother MFC-J6710DW
alaScore 88

321 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 321 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the paper handling and performance are generally positive. The print quality and value for money also get good feedback. Many are negative about the reliability and size, and comments are divided on the build quality.

usability, value for money, print quality, performance, paper handling

size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the Brother MFC-J6710DW is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Brother MFC-J6710DW Review


Brother International Corporation brings in the mammoth A3-sized multifunction printer, the MFC-J6710W, and it is aimed towards corporates and professionals. Read ahead to know more about the unit and what it has to offer for its price. Design and...

To sum up the whole experience with the MFD, the Brother MFC-J6710DW is a great compact all-in-one A3-sized printing unit for large offices or for architects and professionals in the similar category who require big-sized print documents and scans....

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Brother MFC-J6710DW


If posters, calendars, or fancy brochures are in your small office's future, check out the Brother MFC-J6710DW color inkjet multifunction printer, which can print, copy, scan, and fax at media sizes up to 11 by 17 inches (called ledger or tabloid,...

Prints, faxes, copies, and scans up to ledger size ; Cheap inks

Poor color graphics in default mode on plain paper ; Paper trays feel flimsy

Everything needed for ledger-size work is here (even cheap inks), helping to offset the dreary default print quality and flimsy-feeling trays.

Editor's Choice!

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Brother MFC-J6710DW


The difference is simple: a second paper tray. Normally, that by itself wouldn't be interesting enough to earn a separate review for each printer. However, these are both budget-priced, tabloid-size printers, which is to say they can print on up to...

Prints and scans at up to tabloid size (11 by 17 inches). Automatic document feeder. Two paper trays. Duplex (two-sided) printing

Although photo quality is easily good enough for business use, it's a touch on the low side for an ink jet

The Brother MFC-J6710DW prints at up to tabloid size (11 by 17 inches), and offers two paper trays, so you can keep letter- and tabloid-size paper loaded at the same time.



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Brother MFC-J6710DW


It's always a pleasure when we encounter a product that provides exceptional value, has an excellent feature set, and performs well—you know, everything you need at a fair price. Brother's new $299.99 MFC-J6710DW inkjet all-in-one (AIO) printer is one...

Prints, copies, scans, and faxes oversize sheets (up to 11x17) ; Low cost per page ; Respectable print speeds

Subpar copying, scanning of photos ; Slow to make copies ; Documentation unclear in places

This inkjet multifunction printer provides some cool-for-the-price features that small offices will love, including the ability to print, copy, and scan wide-format.

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Review: Brother MFC-J6710DW inkjet multifunction printer


The Brother MFC-J6710DW printer does wide-format everything.

Setting up the MFC-J6710DW is easy on both the PC and the Mac. USB, Wi-Fi, and ethernet connectivity are provided, as are Memory Stick, SD, and USB/PictBridge ports. Brother includes software to take care of all the multifunction chores; it's...

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Brother MFC-J6710DW All-in-One Printer Review


Review of the Brother MFC-J6710DW, an ink jet, all-in-one, sturdy printer supporting paper sizes up to A3.

Fast printing ; Good text quality ; Low ink costs with high or super-high yield ink cartridges ; Handles large paper sizes ; Automatic duplexing ; Automatic Document Feeder ; Large paper tray capacity ; Excellent scanning software ; Good for scanning...

Instructions could be better ; Big, bulky and heavy ; Inconvenient manual paper feed ; Adjustments needed to print good colors ; Complex array of buttons ; Can be difficult to position paper properly in trays

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Brother MFC- J6710DW


Fast and quality printing, faxing, scanning and copying are what the Brother MFC-J6710DW all-in-one printer does best. The ability to handle large paper sizes up to 11 by 17 inches is also a great feature that most products we reviewed lack. The price...

The Brother MFC-J6710DW is a fast, quality printer that can handle large paper sizes

It’s a little more expensive than similar models from other manufacturers are

The Brother MFC-J6710DW all-in-one printer is fast and produces nice prints, but is a bit pricey.

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Do Not Buy


I had Brother replace the original purchase after 2 months. Now the new one has stopped working after two months. It constantly goes offline and will not come back on line. It stops printing half way through documents and won't come back on line. It...

Only good when it is actually working

Have had nothing but trouble with this piece of garbage ; Cnsistenly refuses to work

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Do Not Buy


DO NOT BUY this piece of garbage, if you print your own business cards, or print envelopes. The single sheet feed is horrible. It always grabs the card stock crooked, and gives error messages that envelopes are too thick and can't print them. Have...

Nice, large flatbed 11" x 18 ; Easy to reach tech support

Single sheet feed is too sensitive - gives many unnecessary error messages. Terrible at printing business cards. Also gives error messages when trying to print envelopes. Does not print colors seen on monitor

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Good hardware but software headache


Once it is set up, the wifi connection is solid, as is the sheetfeeder. Large format is great

Packaged with pesky and hard to remove PDF software by Nuance. The set up can also be a headache