There is no doubt that Brother MFC-L3770CDW is an excellent entry-level AIO. It’s fast enough to print printed marketing materials, such as brochures and flyers, to represent your organization’s products and services. Its feature set is fully refined, including one-way ADF and NFC. One reason this printer is so large is that it holds about twice as much paper. Of course, all of these AIOOs come with automatic document feeders (ADFs) that automatically feed multi-page documents into the scanner. The printer can hold up to 50 pages per ADF and scan both sides of a two-sided page at the same time. In addition to printing and scanning from your computer, you can configure the printer and perform the next command from the control panel, which includes a 3.7-inch touchscreen, numeric keypad, and a small number of buttons. From the AIO’s Web Connections section of the Control Panel, you can connect to multiple cloud and social media sites (learn more in one minute). In addition, like most business-oriented AIO and printers, you can make configuration changes from its built-in Security (HTTPS) website and monitor the printer by typing AIO’s IP address in the browser’s URL field. Brother MFC-L3770CDW speed is 25 pages per minute (ppm), which is relatively fast for entry-level color AIO. Regardless of the device or platform, you use in your office, the printer may support them, except Bluetooth. The standard connection type is Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and can be connected to a PC via USB, Wi-Fi Direct, and NFC. The last two are equivalent protocols for connecting to mobile devices, not one to the intermediate network. With NFC, you can simply tap your smartphone or tablet on a hotspot on the Brother MFC-L3770CDW printer (in this case, on the printer) to print or scan. Other mobile connectivity options include Brother’s iPrint and Scan, a variety of third-party applications (AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, and Mopria), and equivalent protocols for scanning to destinations and applications such as email, printers, Microsoft’s Brother Cloud applications. Word, Excel, or PowerPoint) and Web Connect (a set of applications for connecting to other sites on the cloud, social media, and the Internet). Web Connect comes with several predefined destinations, including Dropbox’s consumer and enterprise versions, Evernote, Google Drive, and OneNote. You can edit these files or create a new Web Connect application to connect to your favorite Web site.
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