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Brother Compact Monochrome Laser Printer, HLL2395DW, Flatbed Copy & Scan, Wireless Printing, NFC, Cloud-Based Printing & Scanning, Amazon Dash Replenishment Ready - BLACK
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- Engineered for convenience – This new Brother Monochrome Laser Printer is conveniently equipped with a flatbed scan glass for quick copying and scanning. Mobile Device Compatibility AirPrint, Google Cloud Print 2.0, Brother iPrint and Scan, Mopria, Cortado Workplace
- Optimized for efficiency – Engineered with new features, the HL L2395DW laser printer (replacement for the HLL2380DW) and has been optimized for efficiency, allowing you to print up to 36 pages per minute(1)
- Faster, high quality prints: This monochrome laser printer is built with a 250 sheet paper capacity that helps improve efficiency due to less time spent refilling trays. It also handles both letter and legal sized paper. Power Source AC 120V 50/60Hz.Machine Noise (Ready/Printing): 30dB / 50dB
- Cloud based print & scan – Print from and scan to popular Cloud services directly from the 2.7" color touchscreen, including Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, OneNote, and more(4)
- Wireless printing & exceptional support – This printer’s simple to connect wireless technology allows you to submit print jobs from your laptop, smartphone, desktop, and tablets(2). The "Touch to connect" printing with NFC delivers added convenience(3). We provide free online, call, or live chat support for the life of your printer
- Amazon dash replenishment enabled: Upon activation, Amazon Dash Replenishment measures the toner level and orders more from Amazon when it’s low
- Operating Environment: Temperature 50 91°F
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- Offers fastest-in-class print speeds(1) - so you can print more and wait less.
- Convenient copying and scanning from flatbed scan glass.
- Manual feed slot enables quality printing on a variety of paper types and sizes.
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Replacing the dependable Brother HL L2380DW has been made easier thanks to the advanced technology and user friendly features built into the new HL L2395DW monochrome laser printer. This upgraded laser printer was developed with the busy home or small office owner in mind. Featuring a class leading print speed of up to 36 high quality prints per minute, the new Brother printer includes a conveniently equipped flatbed scan glass that permits quick scanning and copying directly from any device. Also, the wireless connectivity permits users to easily submit printing tasks directly from smartphones, laptops, desktop computers, and tablets.
Built with a 2.7 color touchscreen, the Brother HL 2395DW monochrome laser printer helps you save time by allowing you to create customized shortcuts for your most commonly used features. A 250 sheet paper capacity tray allows you to print both letter and legal sized paper, designed to improve office efficiency. New technological features allow you to print from and scan directly to cloud based services, including Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, and more. Costs can be reduced and quality ensured by using Brother Genuine high yield TN 760 replacement toner cartridge (also compatible with TN 730 replacement toner cartridge), available on Amazon.
Brother is dedicated to superior customer service and stands by our products by offering a 1 year limited warranty on the Brother HL L2395DW monochrome laser printer. We also provide free online, call, or live chat support for the life of your printer. At Brother, we want to ensure that your experience with us is exceptional. If you have been looking for a user friendly monochrome laser printer with fast printing capacity and multiple user friendly features, add the Brother HL L2395DW to your Amazon shopping cart today.
(1) Based on competing in class monochrome laser printers under 200 dollars. Print speed specifications gathered from manufacturer websites as of 1/9/2017.(2) Requires connection to a wireless network.(3) The mobile device must have NFC capability and run Android OS 4.4 or later.(4) Requires an Internet connection and an account with desired service.(5) 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.(6) Approx. toner cartridge yield in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 (letter/A4).(7) Reprinted from PCMag with permission. Copyright 2017 Ziff Davis, LLC. All Rights Reserved.(8) Drum yield is approx., and may vary by type of use.Scanning Capability B/W and Color.Standard Interface(s) : Wireless 802.11 b/g/n, Ethernet, 10/100 Base TX Ethernet, NFC, Wi Fi Direct, Hi Speed USB 2.0.Operating Environment: Humidity:20-80% (w/out condensation).
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.The mobile device must have NFC capability and run Android OS 4.4 or later.Requires an Internet connection and an account with desired service.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.Requires additional purchase
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After getting laid off from Christmas this year and starting to go job hunting and dealing with that fiasco only to find my 4th or 5th inkjet printer in around 8 years was clogged AGAIN from my very sporadic lack of use and I would have to shell out over $60 in ink and then spend God knows how much time troubleshooting, running test prints and wasting tons of ink and money trying to unclog the dried jet heads on my $120 Canon Pixma printer, I finally snapped, NO MORE!!!!!!!
Being the IT guy for over 14 years, I have worked with many Brothers over the years and though I am sorta of biased to HP's Laserjets, Brothers laser printers have had a good record in my book for being mostly reliable, solid, easy to troubleshoot and fix and also pretty dang good up front cost e vs other brands, namely Canon and HP.
I have worked on many MFC models over the past decade and the more basic HL printer only series pretty much falls in line with the MFC series. After doing my research like I always do, I decided to spend the extra money over the popular but older 2014-2015 HL- L2380DW https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HRG01A4/ as there were two major differences between that model and the newer HL-L2395DW
1. CPU speed increased from 266mhz on 2380 to 600mhz on new 2395
2. RAM from increased 64 Megabytes on 2380 to 128 Megabytes on new 2395
These two component upgrades are important for laser printing functions for many reasons but mostly due to:
1. Faster CPU results in less processing of more complex print jobs, especially using built in printer apps cloud storage apps
2. Larger RAM will result in less frequent communication between printer and computer and jobs will be cached and print faster as a result
The new 2395DW model also has a slight edge in these areas as well vs the older 2380DW:
1. 2395 does 36ppm vs 32ppm of the 2380 for both prints and copies
2. Monthly max page usage amount increases from 10,000 on 2380 to 15,000 pages a month on 2395
3. Near Field communication for smartphones added on 2395DW
4. Decreased energy usage. 2395 in sleep is 1.2Watts vs 5.8Watts of 2380, Ready mode is 43.5W vs 60W and Printing is 450W vs 510W
1. New 2395 has more squarish appearance with larger side handles and thicker scanner lid. A personal preference here
2. New 2395 has removed the touch sensitive buttons and gone with traditonal push buttons on main control panel. Time will tell if this a good or bad thing
And by far the biggest difference which may throw some people off is that the toner cartridges and drums are TOTALLY NEW & DIFFERENT for the new 2395DW model vs the older 2380DW model.
New 2395DW model REQUIRES: Standard Toner TN730 / High Yield Toner TN760 / Drum DR730
Old 2380DW model REQUIRES: Standard Toner TN630 / High Yield Toner TN660 / Drum DR630
In short, if you have stocked up supplies of TN630 or TN660 Brother or refurbished/cheaper non brother toners, they WILL NOT WORK in this new 2395DW model! Brother has introduced a new 700 series of toners and drums for this new unit and you HAVE TO USE TN730 or TN770!
With that clarification out of the way, I decided to unpack my black laser beauty and see if it was worth the extra price of admission being totally new and ditching Inkjets forever:
1. Setup is childs play. Seriously. Download newest Brother drivers from website, click and run and follow the directions for USB, wifi or ethernet install. Don't use the outdated CD, trust an IT guy on this. Also, don't download and install the iPrint@Scan software, its too bloated to be useful, ignore it.
2. The printer fired right up the first time and pulled its setting from the computer via my ethernet connection, didn't even need to set the time the hard way, thank God.
3. Printing via Ethernet is instant and fast but USB is also a good option if its right next to your computer. Wifi connections can be flakey at times, it will all depend on your Wifi setup and router quality on how good or bad this will be.
4. Printer touch LCD screen is responsive and clear to use and easy to read.
5. Brother thankfully kept the ability to switch Low Toner END to CONTINUAL which means it will let you drain your toner empty until it stops working entirely vs the printer telling you to replace it. But your print quality may suffer, so keep that in mind.
6. The printer is not quiet, most laser printers are not but its not an issues for my needs. There is a quiet print mode if you are really picky about noise but your printing speed is cut by at least half, so expect slow print outs
7. Even with Eco toner mode enabled, the prints I've done still come out pretty black and dark, so I recommend this mode to save on toner.
8. Default print and scan setting result in good quality prints to my eyes. You can increase DPI if you are picky but will result in slower prints and scans
9. What really sucks is that Brother got rid of the backlighting for the number pad and non LCD buttons, so if you are printing in the dark, your gonna have fun
This printer sadly isn't perfect and Brother made some really stupid cost saving decisions for this upgraded model namely:
1. No built in .AC wireless, it maxes out at .N, same as the older 2380. Cmon, really Brother? Wifi is king nowadays for flexibility
2. Ethernet is still only 100megabit. What the hell? 1 gigabit NICS are pennies nowadays, there was no legit reason to cut back on this either
3. No USB 3.0? Absolutely no reason for printers to have old USB 2.0 nowadays.
All in all, I was very very happy and shocked how fast this sucker shoots out prints from a dead power to ready mode, especially compared to my years of waiting and waiting for damn slow and noisy Inkjets to prime, test and get ready, its so freaking wonderful!
I will miss the color of Inkjet but I sure as hell will not miss the horrid cost effectiveness, speed, noise, troubleshooting and the horrid horrid memories and blacked out hands from unclogged inkjet heads! All praise Brother and Laser!
Printer was exceptionally easy to set up. Remove from box. Remove tape downs, Install toner, Power on, Connect to your WIFI. I tried a copy, got a blank page. Tried it again, all is OK!. Went to my computer. (Windows 10). Printer already showed up in the printer list. Printed a couple of pages. No problems, No installation steps required. Boring is wonderful! Just for good measure, I set a fixed DHCP address in my router. Laser printers have to heat up, and this one does so very quickly just when needed. Power draw at this time is apparently significant, so plugging into a shared UPS may make it complain. Best to plan for a dedicated power plug or UPS for this printer. and to add a surge suppressor to protect it from lightning damage. Check out my review describing my long term hate/hate relationship with my HP printer if you want to know why I bought Brother.
When installing the printer software, the install failed because I had a more recent version of the Microsoft visual C redistribution run-time. I had to remove my latest version to get the install to work Brother should be building their code against the latest run-time. Prior to that, I found scan software on the Microsoft store that connected with the printer and scanned just fine.
Watch the price. I bought mine for $129.99 and now I see they upped it to $136
Still no issues. Was surprised when I found out it will print Duplex also. Amazon still playing games with the price. Now it is $150 May inkjet and HP go the way of the Dinosaur..
Owned for 3 months now. Has worked flawlessly.
Owned for 9 months now. Has worked well. Needed to be power cycled once. Had to re-install the apps in windows once after a windows update. The Microsoft scan app can no longer find the scanner, but the brother app works just fine. Still Highly Recommend this printer. Fortunately for all of us, Ink Jets will soon be a technology of the past.
The most annoying thing, though, is the toner warning. My office doesn't do a great deal of printing, but I got a "Toner is Low" warning all of one work day before the little monster shut down and refused to do any work until I fed it a new toner cartridge. Is it really worth it to get a cheap printer if you're going to have to spend a fortune feeding that little toner-hungry beast?
If you depend on this this, I hope you have a back-up. Sadly, I didn't.
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The printer offers all the functionality you need: double-sided printing, wireless connectivity, etc. The inclusion of a scanner is a very neat plus, as it's relatively uncommon with laser printers.
It even has a built-in web server that offers advanced configuration options, and supports SNMP to remotely monitor the toner level and other values. If you're tech-savvy, this means that you can integrate the printer into your home automation system and get notifications e.g. when the toner is running low.
Print quality is honestly great for the price.
The built-in touchscreen makes it easy to use and configure: it connected to all of our wifi networks without issue.
The only sore points are mediocre Linux compatibility (you have to install it as a different Brother printer) and the slowness of the mobile app on Android. I personally recommend using Google Cloud Print instead of the Brother app, as it ends up being a lot faster.
The toner that ships with the printer is a "demo" toner that's only supposed to last for a little while, but with medium-low usage (printing a few pages a week) it's only getting empty now, six months after buying the printer.
The entire Brother line of laser printers using the TN660 toners are excellent, and when used with aftermarket toners, make them extremely inexpensive for home or small office use. Beware of the new Brother laser printers however, as some of them want to get customers subscribed into their genuine toner program, which will be significantly more expensive.
I have a printing project I purchased this for, and I've put the poor thing through its paces.
After 600 consecutive sheets, the print quality starts to suffer. Just need to let it cool down a little bit.
The high capacity print cartridges have been great/compatible.
The software complaining about updates is a little annoying, but overall if you need black and white printing, this unit is the best bang for buck I've ever had.
Device was delivered promptly and in great condition.
My second brother laser printer device, extremely high-quality and affordable would not hesitate to recommend them for anyone’s home use.