Brother Compact Monochrome Laser Printer, HL-L2350DW, Wireless Printing, Duplex Two-Sided Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment Ready
|Color||Grey & Black|
|Print media||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Card stock|
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- Print more, wait less. Engineered for increased efficiency with class leading print speeds of up to 32 pages per minute.
- Dynamic features accommodate your evolving needs. The 250-sheet paper capacity helps improve efficiency with less refills and handles letter or legal sized paper.
- Flexible printing. The manual feed slot offers flexible paper handling for a variety of papers and sizes, such as card stock, envelopes, etc. to help you create professional looking documents.
- Printing as mobile as you are. Print wirelessly from your desktop, laptop, smartphone and tablet.
- Connect your way. Versatile connection options with built-in wireless or connect locally to a single computer via its USB interface.
Based on competing in-class monochrome laser printers under $200. Print speed specifications gathered from manufacturer websites as of 1/9/2017.Requires connection to a wireless network.TN-760 High Yield vs. TN-730 Standard Yield. Up to two times more prints and lower printing costs based on yields and MSRP. Standard Yield and High-yield cartridges sold separately. Approx. toner cartridge yield in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 (letter/A4).Reprinted from PCMag with permission. Copyright 2017 Ziff Davis, LLC. All Rights Reserved.Approx. 300 pages per month in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 (Letter/A4) using the 2 toners provided in box.Requires additional purchaseThe mobile device must have NFC capability and run Android OS 4.4 or later.
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HL-L2350DW Compact Black and White Laser Printer
Perfect for small or home offices, the Brother HL-L2350DW monochrome laser printer delivers class-leading print speeds up to 32ppm (1) along with wireless networking. Flexible paper handling choices include an up to 250-sheet capacity paper tray and manual feed slot. Offers WiFi printing from compatible mobile devices (2) for added convenience.
- Class-leading print speeds (1) for increased efficiency
- Wireless printing from mobile devices (2)
- Flexible printing options to accommodate a variety of paper types and sizes
- Fastest in class print speeds up to 32ppm (1).
- Manual feed slot enables quality printing on a variety of paper types and sizes.
- Wireless printing from your smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop (2).
- Versatile connection options with built-in WiFi or connect locally to a single computer via its USB interface.
Help Save Money
- Automatic 2-sided printing helps save paper.
- Toner Save Mode helps save on toner cost.
Not All Toner is Created Equal
- Brother Genuine TN760 high-yield replacement toner delivers up to two times more prints (3) with professional laser print quality you can consistently rely on for 3,000 pages (4).
- Additional replacement toner options available for this model: TN730 standard yield (1,200 pages) (4).
- Brother offers a convenient and environmentally responsible recycling program for customers to dispose of Brother Genuine cartridges.
Proven Brother Reliability
- Free support for the life of your printer - online, call, or live chat.
Never Run Out of Ink or Toner Again
- Smart technology detects low toner levels and automatically generates an Amazon order before you run out.
- Brother Genuine replacement toner is delivered right to your door.
- No subscription or cancellation fees. Pay only for the toner you need, when you need it.
|Brother HL-L2350DW||Brother HL-L2370DWXL||Brother HL-L2390DW||Brother HL-L2395DW||Brother HL-L5200DW||Brother HL-L6200DW|
|Functions||Print / Copy / Scan||Print / Copy / Scan|
|Up to 2 years of toner in-box (5)||N/A||Yes||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Max. Print Speed||32 ppm||36 ppm||32 ppm||36 ppm||42 ppm||48 ppm|
|Input Paper Capacity (Standard / Maximum)(6)||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 250 sheets||300 sheets / 1,340 sheets||570 sheets / 1,610 sheets|
|LCD Display||2-line LCD||2-line LCD||2-line LCD||2.7” Color Touchscreen||1-line LCD||1-line LCD|
|Near Field Communication (NFC)(7)||No||No||No||Yes||No||No|
|Standard Interfaces||WiFi, Hi-speed USB 2.0||WiFi, Ethernet, Hi-speed USB 2.0||WiFi, Hi-speed USB 2.0||WiFi, Ethernet, Hi-speed USB 2.0||WiFi, Ethernet, Hi-speed USB 2.0||WiFi, Gigabit Ethernet, Hi-speed USB 2.0|
|Replacement Toner Yields (4)||TN730: Standard yield cartridge (1,200 pgs.), TN760 High-yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.)||TN730: Standard yield cartridge (1,200 pgs.), TN760 High-yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.), TN770: Super High-yield cartridge (4,500 pgs.)||TN730: Standard yield cartridge (1,200 pgs.), TN760 High-yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.)||TN730: Standard yield cartridge (1,200 pgs.), TN760 High-yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.)||TN820: Standard Yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.), TN-850 High-yield cartridge (8,000 pgs.)||TN820: Standard Yield cartridge (3,000 pgs.), TN-850 High-yield cartridge (8,000 pgs.), TN-880: Super High-yield cartridge (12,000 pgs.)|
|Mobile Device Compatibility (2)||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, Wi-Fi Direct|
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|Color||Grey & Black||White||White||White/Grey|
|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, USB, NFC||Networkable, Ethernet, USB, Wireless||USB, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; Ethernet; USB|
|Item Dimensions||14.2 x 14 x 7.2 inches||13.2 x 14.5 x 8.4 inches||10.4 x 14.2 x 7.8 inches||11.5 x 14.9 x 9.6 inches|
|Item Weight||15.90 lbs||16.70 lbs||11.00 lbs||15.40 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||32 pages per minute||31 pages per minute||19 pages per minute||26 pages per minute|
|Maximum Media Size||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac, Linux||—||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows|
|Print media||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Card stock||Paper (plain), Labels||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Card stock, Labels||Paper (plain)|
|Special Features||Auto-Duplex||—||Network-Ready, Scan to email, Intuitive LCD control panel, HP auto-on/auto-off technology, Preinstalled cartridges, ENERGY STAR Certified, Compact design, Cloud print enabled||Auto-Duplex|
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I ran into the same problem where my laptop couldn't send print jobs to the printer even though it's already connected. I suspect the DEEP SLEEP signal on the screen to be the problem cos who could work in DEEP SLEEP? (or at least that was my reasoning). So I read through reviews to find a way to turn it off. VOILA! It printed right away.
How to turn off deep sleep (I didnt write this but copy it here in case you don't wanna go look for it):
Use arrow buttons to scroll through menu choices...
Go to General Setup then OK
Ecology then OK
SLEEP TIME then OK
While sleep time is display push Down Arrow and BACK at the same time! Then press OK.
DEEP SLEEP on/off toggle by Arrow keys
OK to SAVE Deep Sleep off.
While I was browsing reviews, I came across someone talking about setting the toner to Continue Mode very early on to avoid wasting toner (because once the replace toner signal is on, you can't use up the toner left in there). I thought it was reasonable and did that as well.
Steps: General Setup -> Replace Toner -> Continue
I never write reviews but feel like I should give back since it was the reviews that saved me the stress.
When I had to add another one, though, the HL-L2350DW appeared to be like any of the older models in the series — with one exception: the TN760 toner cartridges have chips installed on them in an attempt to cut down on the use of generic replacements. Brother has joined the ranks of Epson and H-P in the philosophy of "cheap razors/printers, expensive blades/toner & ink" — and making the cartridges more expensive in the process.
The printer itself works fine, but the DRM on the cartridges is a headache (albeit a minor one.) All that's required is pulling the chip off the old cartridge and affixing it to the new one with double-sided tape.
I'm inclined to sell the 2350 and buy an older model at a higher price so that I may continue to buy TN660 cartridges in bulk and not have to worry about DRM chips.
As a professional paint-drying-watcher, my life involves sitting on couches, staring at the white walls, and occasionally adjusting the volume on my television set. And, of course, watching paint dry. My friends (well, my mother) tells me I need more excitement in my life. This printer surely fits the bill. When I try to print my adult-coloring book pages, my blood pressure always goes up as I look at this thing, uncertain if the next page will print. The first page printed ... why is the printer now suddenly offline? I can't even finish my mayonnaise-on-white bread sandwich! One especially tense afternoon resulted in the 0a error, which means catastrophic hardware failure. Brother support apparently has more problems with this printer than they can handle, the poor dears, so they sent me a new one and said I could keep the old one (which was all of 3 months old).
The replacement came in. I excitedly opened the box. Finally, I can do my adult coloring! I looked forward to my unicorns. (You should see the castles I colored last month. Anyway.) To my dismay, the replacement tells me there is a paper jam. Funny, I don't recall putting any paper in the printer to begin with. Since I filled the previous printer with dirt to make a small flower pot, I am open to suggestions on what to do with this one.
Exceptionally useless, worse than a waste of time.
After having a very
Having read the reviews I knew not to spend more than 20 minutes trying to set it up by wifi. I connected it to the USB printer cable I had been using and set it up with the Win 7 computer that my former Brother printer was on. All went fairly well and it wanted to install a firmware update. OK ..... I started that and about 40 minutes later the install bar had not budged much past 1/10 of the distance. I cancelled out and discovered another window had popped up directly under that one. By this time I was in no mood for any more of this and just wanted to see if it would print. It did.
I went to the android app I had installed in my first effort and it said I needed to update the firmware. Great, I thought. When I said yes to update it wanted a password. Nowhere in the instructions or disc did it tell me a default password. A quick Google search told me it was initpass. Pity the folks that aren't aware and don't reset it.
I'm typically pretty happy with tech items and will give a positive rating. I do think it prints well and once connected it seems to work well. At this point technology should be pretty much plug and play. Shame on Brother for the shoddy documentation.
I will use the printer for a few weeks and leave an update on wifi connection and print quality.
Update about three weeks after purchase. I have not had the problem of not wanting to connect after going to sleep. It has been printing well from different devices. I am not changing the number of stars because I'm still not impressed with the shoddy documentation.
Another update. I dropped the review to one star because it began dropping offline and it is a major pain to constantly have to reset the wifi. Again, most tech should be designed to plug and play. The print quality is still good and toner usage is minimal but the network issues are unacceptable.