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brother HL-5370DW Monochrome Laser Printer with Wireless Networking and Duplex

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brother HL-5370DW Monochrome Laser Printer with Wireless Networking and Duplex
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Rating: 8.24/10

Review Date: 09/16/13
This is the ideal Laser printer I have ever owned. It is rapid and does specifically what it is supposed to do. I extremely reccomrnt it. The refill toner is affordable compared to others. None.

Review Date: 09/13/13
fits the bill - wireless network printer with complete duplex; and it's quickly too lights in the space do dim for a second when it starts fantastic worth

Review Date: 09/02/13
This is an update to my earlier overview (good for 24 hrs). 5 minutes with Brother Tech Assistance had the difficulty resolved - the setup values reset to default (wifi), which disabled the wired port (only 1 network protocol at a time). So I'm fully operational and a happy camper. None now. Brother's driver software is the finest in the sector - no muss, no fuss, no bloated add-ons. It's constantly good to locate a business with excellent consumer service, and it doesn't happen extremely generally. Brother and Newegg, a great mixture.

Review Date: 08/16/13
Print excellent is great Had the identical challenge as other customers relating to the wired network bug (unable to print through a wired connection immediately after a couple of weeks). 1 user reported a fix, but that doesn't mean the challenge won't come back. It's incredibly disappointing that Brother hasn't released a firmware update yet to appropriate this difficulty - they can't expect an individual to retain resetting the network when this takes place. I've owned numerous HL-5250DNs and they under no circumstances had this challenge.

Review Date: 07/30/13
Worked fantastic for about 24 hours. Wonderful print excellent, fast one particular and two sided throughput, tiny footprint. Everything I wanted and anticipated. Network (wired) interface died within a day. Now I'm working with a cobled USB cable connection until I can get Brother to repair. Newegg got it right here on time and for a reasonable price (as always). I just hope Brother is as very good.

Review Date: 07/27/13
Fantastic cost..even right here in Canada at Staples. Prints incredibly nice, like the printing on each sides feature. Wireless(so Far) not working, unless I open up my wireless network, which I don't want to do. I purchased it mostly as it was wireless and I have tiny space in my baement workplace and I want to use it for my desktop, as effectively as the laptop upstairs on wireless. Two hours with Brother assistance on phone...they were amazing, but it nonetheless won't operate wireless when my D-Hyperlink is encrypted WAP!!!! I'll give Brother help one far more attempt tomorrow, then I might have to take it back to Staples and do some additional investigation on what will work greatest with my D-Hyperlink

Review Date: 07/22/13
I required a straightforward monochrome duplex printer. In the past I have constantly purchased HP, the latest getting the HP LaserJet 1320. The cheapest HP duplex printer is about twice the cost of this printer. At that rate it was time to attempt anything else. I have been really delighted with the Brother. It is quickly. Print excellent is wonderful. Possibly the ideal issue is not getting to put up with the HP bloatware. Their installers place about twenty programs on you system giving worthless reminders and typically receiving in the way. The Brother just installs the minimal software and you are performed. I will not go back to HP. Set up was a tiny trickier than I would have liked but I got it working. Envelopes come out type of smashed. There are some spring loaded levers on the back to keep this from taking place but that is a pain having to spin the printer about, open the back, push two levers down, then print the envelope. I mostly send smashed envelops. Deduct one particular egg for the dilemma. Internet interface for status is good.

Review Date: 07/05/13
Ordered this printer yesterday and got the Brother deal. 169.99 and free shipping. From order to doorway took 26 hours. Newegg rocks!Printer setup was the smoothest I've ever carried out. For now wired but will go wireless in the close to future. Took about an hour to unpack, clean off the desk, set it up and connect an XP Pro desktop, Windows7 residence premium, and Macbook Pro. The Mac need to have to have the IP address set manually so took a few much more minutes than the PCs but no issues. Each laptops printed more than the wireless network to the wired printer. Print high quality is very good and as described prior to there is a bit of curling of the paper but no far more than I get from a different brother, an HP, and a Konica Minolta I use. Haven't tried duplex printing yet. Of course not genuinely anything to say about durability and function as I haven't carried out any a lot more than a couple of test pages. None yet Wanted to describe my set up practical experience for anyone considering this printer. Most effectively developed and functional set up I've ever applied. Neat and clean. Tomorrow, set up my Linux laptop. Will post an update immediately after getting some use and placing it by way of it's paces

Review Date: 05/19/13
Our company purchased ten of these printers, and we've had them deployed for a handful of months now at remote web sites on a pure wired network (no wireless setup). They print great, and are otherwise incredibly reliable tiny machines.We have them set to a static IP address with APIPA disabled; it is the precise same setup at all areas (corporate standard). No wifi. Then they began failing. What happens is the followingɅ) Printer is humming along happilytwo) Printer randomly loses static IP address setting3) Printer re-enables APIPA4) Printer pulls random 169.xxx.xxx.xxx address5) Wireless is still disabledThe only solution that we've been able to locate for this is to reset the printer completely to default and re-enter all settings from scratch. Updating the firmware did not repair the concern. Nor did utilizing the Brother Network Connection Repair Tool, which won't support in this circumstance; I don't want to update the printer settings on 50+ computer systems for one particular printer only have to revert them later to the common IP address settings we use in our organization.Contacting Brother technical support via phone has been totally useless. The script monkey on the other finish was no help, and there was no tier two help obtainable. There is no answer for this situation at this time other than sending an individual on site and resetting to default. Don't purchase this if you want a printer that can be left devoid of a tech touching it each couple of weeks to reset the darn issue.

Review Date: 05/12/13
Superb price per web page for a printer in this class. Printer drivers function nicely in XP / Vista/ and Windows 7. Both 64 bit and 32 bit drivers are obtainable and function. Drivers are simply deployed. We purchased two HL5370 printers eight months ago. The Ethernet interface has died on each of these machines. They continue to perform fine with 3rd celebration print servers but we can no longer get SNMP info from them employing this technique. An net search reveals several other individuals with this situation so it would seem to be a difficulty with this model. If you are purchasing for use on a network be conscious of this. The printer will report the toner is out when the cartridge reaches 80% empty. To use the remaining toner location a piece of black tape more than the sensor port on the correct hand side of the toner. This will fool the printer into pondering the toner is full and you can use what is left.

Review Date: 04/16/13
This is a good Printer I have set up on my home network. It is the second Brother. The setup and install of driver is straight forward with no crapware. I have it hooked up via a parallel printer cable for my function laptop since the corporations VPN will block out my home network. My other servers and machines are all connected through wired and wireless. The duplexer is so quick compared to my old HP 4050. So far so good. There is also a hyperlink to Linux install drivers to the Brother website http://solutions.brother.com/linux There is a curl to the paper. Even so, it is practically nothing I can not live with no. I have a heavier bond paper for the significant stuff. Wireless setup is not uncomplicated and needs patience and certain level of wireless networking. Nevertheless, the set up system will assistance automatic configuration if your access point supports that. I would have given it 5 starts if wireless install went smoothly.

Review Date: 03/27/13
We've got this thing set up to service about 20 computers. It handles the workload in stride, even though we've seldom pushed it to the "limit". Owned it eleven months, and no breakdowns, no issues. Double sided printing is smooth, and a fantastic expense saver. Paper trays are a small flimsy. May well be undesirable if you're playing bull in a china shop.

Review Date: 03/09/13
Over 52,000 pages printed the first season (About six Months) and she just keeps going! Still just as crisp and clean as she was brand new. Just started season two and we're up to 55,000 pages. (approx. 1Ǚ duplex)(approx. 2Ǚ thick paper). Functions in an industrial plant printing Data placards all day. (Dusty Environment)Super quickly, transportable, good excellent.Certainly a Good Purchase. None Connected by way of a USB Port. Hunting to get a second and third trays so that I don't have to adjust paper so generally.

Review Date: 02/22/13
I did not purchase mine here, but I thought I would leave a critique. It is a wonderful printer and quickly. It is functioning fine on wireless with no problems setting it up. The status icon in the job bar is ugly. :) Please assist save our country and vote for Ron Paul in 2012. Thank you for your assistance!

Review Date: 01/26/13
Uncomplicated to set upNo CablesDuplex printingPrints rapid from sleep modePerforms well with a Mac and Pc users in the same homeNO CABLES.... I have to throw away some cables.

Review Date: 01/13/13
Effortless set up, high top quality output, rapid. Duplex functions wonderful and saves paper. Small foot print not quiet - about average for a laser printer

Review Date: 01/06/13
Quickly, wireless, duplex The wireless set-up was not as straight forward as I would have liked. Using the disk didn't work the initially time, but immediately after assigning a fixed IP address, and letting vista set it up the port with new drivers, it functions just fine. I'm employing Vista x64 sp2I bought this model simply because I have an older version of this printer on my desk at function, and it is incredibly trustworthy.

Review Date: 12/10/12
This printer is a great monochrome wireless duplex laser printer for little offices and individual use. You can't beat the price tag and the functions of this printer. It saves you income on the front finish (it's cost) and on the back finish by duplexing and saving paper. It's print outs are flawless, and appear wonderful. What else can I say, this factor just plain operates and performs nicely. The initial setup of the printer can be daunting, especially if you had been planning to configure the printer more than the air. More than-the-air initial setup is not achievable. You have to plug the printer into a wired connection, and then configure it. Then you can unplug it and move the printer to where ever you wanted to use it wirelessly.

Review Date: 10/03/12
This is to address 'Dombre' comments on toner life cycle.Very first I have two of the HL-52xx series at function - more than two years, and a at house MFC-7820 at household going on 2 yrs.Most all Laser Manufactures place starter cart in the box, these are not total charges of toner. So Dombre it sounds like you got excellent mileage our of the original TN cart.I am looking at getting one particular of these due to the fact of the auto Duplex function and it has the three electrical interfaces. Wished these printers came with a totally charged Toner cart in the box. Nonetheless, the value is low, so manufactures strategy on creating the lost leader on printers up by consumables as in toner cart. Brother construct wonderful goods. I like the separate toner drum package they use. The drum has about 3 instances the print cycle life to the quantity of toner that can be crammed in to a modest toner cart. Employing the single toner -drum cart, you are spend for the photo drum you never ever get to use. - Recycle toner carts, use no cost UPS return, or get credit/rebates points at the Office store

Review Date: 09/27/12
This is worth the price paid for. Prints each sides, wireless, superior excellent, capable to add memory, user friendly, have not had a difficulty right after adding to home network. Expandable add on tray alternative It's a plain box. Market towards tiny workplace use. Curls paper slighly when printing. This is not permanent. Excellent obtain more than all, a "plain Jane" of printers inside it class. Drivers effortlessly install(always up date drivers). Was less costly than getting a new drum and toner for it's little brother.

Review Date: 09/20/12
this printer is fairly quickly. Wireless setup was hassle-free. Duplex printing is really good. none so far

Review Date: 08/19/12
Uncomplicated to setup when following directions, wireless works fantastic with WPA and it's wonderful to be capable to print duplex. 702 pages in and barely any toner utilised. Everyhing comes out crisp and clean. none slight curl to the paper but it does go via a ton of heat and drums.. curl at some point unfurls.

Review Date: 07/21/12
Windows help drivers are rock solid and up to date.Internal webpage server is intuitive and useful.No jams, extremely low price per print.Great speed. paper curling, but that's to be expected with high-temp fuser employed in all laser printers. Regular paper tray isn't enormous. OK for most SOHO uses, even though.Extremely recommended.

Review Date: 05/25/12
Decent speed, clear print, cost. Broke immediately after running two,000 sheets, spoke with customer service who insisted on a credit card for an RMA. That's just a slap in the face, your item broke, it's below warranty, yet I have to give you my credit card data in order for you to RMA? I asked to be directed to a manager and have been soundly ignored ever given that. My very first handful of emails had been responded to with some time waiting, four emails in over the course of a week now asking for the guy's manager, all ignored. I own a handful of these printers all operating on wireless on my domain, they perform really well soon after initial setup. If you need to have consumer service, you have come to the wrong business.

Review Date: 05/03/12
Extremely RapidRazor sharp printing Very LIGHT WEIGHT for a laserjet at least..Duplex printing for low cost! The entire printer has a extremely cheap plastic feel to it. It's not the heavy duty plastic that you'd come across on higher end laserjets, it's more like the genuinely lightweight and brittle plastic that you would locate on plastic clothes pins.Envelop printing has a LOT to be desired. To print on envelopes, you will need to pop open the rear panel and flip down a couple levers. Then when you print on envelopes you feed them from the front and they come out the same place paper generally does. Printing on thick paper or envelopes leaves tiny "speckles" of toner on the sheet. If you leave it in thick paper mode and attempt to print thin paper, your print high quality is significantly worse.. If you leave it on thin paper mode and print an envelope, then the envelope comes out all wrinkled and squished like a pancake.Printing a mix of thick and thin paper regardless of whether from the bypass tray or the major tray signifies you'll will need to pop open the rear panel and switch paper thickness lever everytime to preserve top quality. Definitely not a negative printer for the price, but I'm keeping my three deskjets around for color printing and envelopes. I'm making use of this printer exclusively for printing big black&white documents. The duplex on this printer is amazing, operates perfectly everytime.. It does spit paper 3ǚths of the way out and then pulls it back in, but it's not a problem.. Just don't grab the sheet ahead of it's accomplished!Setting it up as a Network shared printer in Windows XP is a little tricky and the instructions don't seriously cover it very properly. If you don't have a computer sharing the printer out on the network, you want to add the printer as a "local printer" and then add a TCP/IP port and then specify the IP address. That's the way to do it without having requiring a committed Computer as a print queue server.Vista and Windows 7 detected the printer by way of PNP instantaneously and was a piece of cake to set up.PCL drivers are much a lot more functional and just, overall, work greater.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Brand brother
Series HL Series
Model HL-5370DW
Recommended Use Workgroup
Dimensions 14.6" x 15.1" x 9.7"
Weight 20.9 lbs.
Output Type Monochrome
Laser Technology Laser
Black Print Speed Up to 32 ppm
Black Print Quality 1200 x 1200 dpi
Time To First Page (seconds) 8.5 sec.
Emulations PCL6, BR-Script3, IBM Proprinter, Epson FX
Duplex printing Yes
Max. Duty Cycle Up to 30000 pages monthly
Media Handling
Input Capacity, std. 250-Sheet, 50-Sheet Multi-purpose Tray
Output Capacity, std. 150 sheets
Media Type Plain, Bond, Envelopes, Labels, Transparencies
Media sizes supported Letter, Legal, Executive, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6
USB Ports Yes
LPT Ports Yes
Network Ports Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (RJ-45)
Other Ports Wireless 802.11b/g
Connectivity Technology Wireless
Hardware SPEC
Microprocessor Type NEC VR5500
Processor(MHz) 300
Memory, std. 32 MB
Memory, max. 544MB
Cartridges Compatible DR620, TN620, LT5300, TN650
Power Requirements AC 120V 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption Sleep/Ready/Printing: 6W/75W/675W
Windows Compatible Windows Vista , XP, 2000, Server 2003/2008
Macintosh Compatible Mac OS X 10.3.9 or greater
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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