What the marketing blurb says
The MFC-J6935DW is very similar to the Brother MFC-J6930DW, but adds the PCL5 printer language and a low-paper warning. The most important change, though, is that it supports the use of Brother’s INKvestment cartridges, while the Brother MFC-J6930DW doesn’t, leaving the latter printer with considerably higher running costs. Also, the J6935DW’s graphics quality is slightly better than what we saw with the MFC-J6930DW.
What Rethink Printing says
- Print/Copy/Scan/Fax up to A3 size
- 2 paper trays
- 50 pages ADF
- wireless, wired network,USB and NFC connectivity
- Black printing mode can be selected when one of the colour cartridges has run out
- 20 pages/minute print in standard quality
- touch screen
- available cashback
- internet Fax
- poor print quality , not vibrant colours and the black on photo paper has green shades
- printer size 575 X 477 X 374.5mm – 23.7kg
- expensive to purchase over £300
- a set of high capacity cartridges is over £100
- the manufacturer doesn’t specify how much ink is supplied with the printer. Carton Contents Ink cartridges , power supply cord, fax line cord, driver software for Windows®, Quick Set-Up Guide (PC interface cable NOT included)
- the manufacturer doesn’t specify the paper weight the printer is capable to cope with
What our printer engineer Marius says.
My personal opinion is that the printer is packed with features, but the lack of information covering the very basics about ‘paper weight supported’ and ‘page yield of the cartridges supplied’ is a concern. Print quality hasn’t improved at all since we tested the last A3 Brother printer, however the cost per page has improved. The main reason I would purchase this printer is that the printer will allow you to print in black once one of the colour cartridges has out.