Brother DCPL2540DW Wireless Compact Laser Printer

August 25, 2015 - Comment

Monochrome laser multifunction copier. Connect via wireless networking or USB. Print/ copy speed up to 30 ppm. Adjustable 250 sheet capacity paper tray. 35 page auto document feeder. Mobile device printing over wireless network. Product Features Fast high quality printing and scanning at up to 30 ppm Automatic duplex printing Wireless and wired networking Standalone

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Monochrome laser multifunction copier. Connect via wireless networking or USB. Print/ copy speed up to 30 ppm. Adjustable 250 sheet capacity paper tray. 35 page auto document feeder. Mobile device printing over wireless network.

Product Features

  • Fast high quality printing and scanning at up to 30 ppm
  • Automatic duplex printing
  • Wireless and wired networking
  • Standalone copying
  • 1 year limited warranty with free phone support for the life of your machine
  • It prints and copies sharp, professional black and white pages at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution

Comments

Summer2015 says:

Good for light to moderate black and white printing, copying, and scanning Good for light to moderate black and white printing, copying, and scanning* GENERAL INFORMATION and SET UPThis Brother DCPL2540DW Monochrome Laser Multi Function Printer / Copier / Scanner has a small footprint, and comes with a 35 page automatic document feeder (ADF), adjustable 250 page capacity paper tray, starter toner cartridge, but not a USB cable (most printers these days don’t ship with USB / printer cables anymore). The on-device control interface has a…

Mac_Cat "MacIntosh Man" says:

Good AIO device (no FAX) * Requires INTERNET ACCESS I replaced an old flat bed manual scanner with this, looking for simplicity. I needed a reliable and user friendly (i.e. SIMPLE and INTUITIVE). I have looked a many All-In-One (AIO) devices and found them to be unreasonably complex and difficult to figure out. I picked out this unit, in particular, because it’s one of the few that comes WITHOUT a FAX option. FAX units have to include a dial pad and too many confusing controls. The unit functioned exactly as stated, Stand Alone…

Al From Wisconsin says:

Well done, Brother. Well done. . . . The printer arrived in good shape and seemed packaged well. The quick-start instructions were right on top of the package so I could get started. Quickly. Basically, what you’ve got to do is to remove all the little pieces of blue shipping tape holding things in place, install the toner cartridge and plug it in. Then you go through a couple of menu options to set up the language for the display. So far, so good.I attempted to set it up on my home wireless network with my Gateway…

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