But here’s the key part: Other Brother All-in-One Printers. It offers a wide range of connection choices and good paper handling. Toner cartridges last a long time and Wi-Fi setup was quick and easy. In printing the text-only Word portion of our business applications suite, I timed the HL-LDW at 33ppm, a tad short of its rated speed 36ppm.

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We can’t directly compare its speed with the Canon imageClass MFnwhich has a rated speed of just 24ppm, because the Canon was tested with our previous methodology. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. I’d consider it a success if I didn’t want to throw the printer out of a window after a week.

Tony has worked at PC Magazine sincefirst as a Staff Editor, then as Reviews Editor, and more recently as Managing Editor for the printers, scanners, and projectors team. If there’s one truth about every printer I’ve ever owned, it’s that I’ve dreamed of pulling an IniTech: The Brother HL-LDW offers above-par text and graphics, good paper handling, a wide-range of connectivity choices, and low running cost in a budget mono laser all-in-one printer for a micro or home office.

It also has no fax capabilities.

Brother HL-LDW Review & Rating |

I finally found an affordable printer I don’t hate Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. If brther of the above sounds familiar, you’ll understand why I set out to find a half-decent printer that didn’t cost too much, was easy to use, and — most importantly — actually worked at least most of the time. The mobile world might finally get exciting again in The Good This low-cost monochrome laser printer and scanner is frequently on sale.


Instead, this was a personal quest where I picked the model that looked like it had the best reputation from consumers at the price I was looking for. On top of the printer, a 2. More details on these discounts can be found here.

Pros Good text and graphics quality.

Graphics are good enough for business use, including PowerPoint handouts, even ones intended for important clients. In addition to editing, T My biggest benchmark was this: Best Printers for It’s important to note that I didn’t set up and formally test multiple similar products, like we do for reviews of laptops, Hl-l2395ddw, phones and so on. It’s a monochrome laser printer that includes a scanner printer people call this a “multifunction” printerand it’s the sequel to the Brother HLDW, which has been employed in the CNET Labs for months, faithfully printing shipping labels without skipping a beat.

User’s Guide | Manuals | HL-LDW | United States | Brother

The Best Printers for With photos, I saw substantial dithering graininess in a h,-l2395dw prints, and there was often a slight loss of detail in bright areas. In printing the text-only Word portion of our business applications suite, I timed the HL-LDW at 33ppm, a tad short of its rated speed 36ppm.


Of course, the ink runs out shockingly soon, and sometimes my expensive replacement inkjet cartridges aren’t recognized or fail to initialize properly.

You may unsubscribe from the hl-l2395fw at any time. Many monochrome and some color printers have trouble with this illustration, which is from a color original.

The price, both upfront and ongoing, was also a major factor. One figure that stumped it is a gradient that moves between light and dark shading. An auto-duplexer, for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper, comes standard.

User’s Guide

Cons Slightly below-par photos. Review Sections Review Prices Specs. Take too many trips down that troubleshooting brther hole and you’ll be ready to go back to legal pads and No.

Continue to next page 01 Text and graphics quality is above par, and photo quality a bit below par. Wi-Fi setup was also painless, but it helped that brotuer were relatively few options on the onscreen menu.