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    New Brother Enterprise Printers/MFPs - Impressions so far?

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    New Brother Enterprise Printers/MFPs - Impressions so far?

    We're currently looking at options to add an additional line of A4 printers/MFPs. It's been nearly impossible to get stock from Lexmark for a couple years now. I'm wondering if anyone has experience on the new enterprise level devices from Brother? Models I'm seeing are MFC-L9610CDN and L9670CDN. Do you get rated life on supplies and parts? Do the end-users like them? Any major issues?

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    Re: New Brother Enterprise Printers/MFPs - Impressions so far?

    Quote Originally Posted by arnh79 View Post
    We're currently looking at options to add an additional line of A4 printers/MFPs. It's been nearly impossible to get stock from Lexmark for a couple years now. I'm wondering if anyone has experience on the new enterprise level devices from Brother? Models I'm seeing are MFC-L9610CDN and L9670CDN. Do you get rated life on supplies and parts? Do the end-users like them? Any major issues?

    Any and all feedback would be appreciated!
    We got a L9670CDN demo unit and no experience/feedback from the field yet. In my eyes it's not really a higher class MFP but a successor for the L9570, a little facelift and improvement here and there but it's basicly the same machine and engine concept. Output quality is almost 1:1 and just a very little update. I liked the L9570 series so I don't dislike the L9670 - but that "Enterprise" blah blah is just invented by marketing and the differences lies in different prices/page due to different consumables calculations. These printers are not really suitable for quality-demanding customers who expect dark solids and vivid colors and precise half tones/gradations.

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