Brother MFC-J5910DW Multifunction A3 Printer - £94.80 from PrinterBase

Brother MFC-J5910DW Multifunction A3 Printer - £94.80 from PrinterBase

Found 17th Jan 2013
Well-reviewed A3/A4 multifunction printer (A3 printing, A4 scanning/copying/faxing) with USB, wifi and ethernet connectivity. Up to 6,000x1,200 dpi print resolution. Just £94.80 with free delivery.

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I have the J6510DW model, its a good printer.
Also the cartridges are so cheap!
Just paid £14 delivered for 16 XL Cartridges!! (4 full sets)
This printer delivers I have it myself and the 5910dw is innovative there are so many additional features which most printers just don't have, the added feature of having wireless, Ethernet or usb connection or all of them is an added bonus, it has the full compliment of features, scanning, copying, faxing and printing, as for all of that there is the option of having two differnet sized in cartridges (standard and extra large capacity ink cartridges. The compatible ink cartridges also work well and you can get 5 sets of ink cartridges 5 x 4 sets for below £20. Each set can get up to 1000 pages out of one single set. It is more of an office printer and perfect for work documents, students typing up essays etc. The photo printing is sharp but if you are buying for purely a cheap photo printer than look elsewhere. Overall score 8.5/10
Francis Best

This seems to be £89.99 at Ryman. … This seems to be £89.99 at Ryman.,18234,7NHZ0U,45061,1

It is the same one your right about that, as for the note saying it can do 2400 pages on a single set of xl cartridges I've found the brother official cartridges can only do between 1000 pages and 1200 pages for me yet the compatible ink cartridges print with the same high quality but actually output about 1600 pages, its completely dependant on manufacturer of the ink cartridges but to be honest brother compatible ink cartridges have always delivered for me at a fraction of the cost.
Good printer this we have one at work, it will even scan a paper
document and convert to pdf.
Looks good...

My mam's into her card-making and she often complains about being held down to a max A5 size (after folding of course), so this might just tickle her fancy!
Good find and cheap Ink. Have some heat.
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