Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – Having recently looked at Brother’s all-singing A3 inkjet all-in-one, the Brother MFCJ6910DW, it is fascinating to contrast it with the £140 less expensive MFC-J6510DW, evaluated here. While still an A3 machine, it sheds its second paper tray, duplex scanner, and touchscreen.
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Brother MFC-J6510DW Review
Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – the Brother does its best to maintain the measurements of this big, black printer, but the very dimension of the paper it can handle governs its impact. However, the 250-sheet paper tray is telescopic, so if you sometimes print A3 web pages, you do not need to have the tray extending from the front of the machine.
It is a pity there is no single-sheet, multi-purpose feed; however, you need to empty the main tray to print one picture.
The top surface of the machine consists of a 35-sheet Automated Document Feeder (ADF) with a flip-over feed tray, which is both high-gloss and high-static, drawing in every little speck of dirt.
Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – The control board is well laid out; there is lots of room because of the wide front of the machine. The left-hand finish is dedicated to 16 quick-access fax numbers and switches to access particular print features, such as duplex and copying.
To the immediate left of the 83mm, the widescreen LCD panel is four illuminated setting switches. The usual go-across of navigating switches is to its right, a number pad for dialing, and begin and quit switches for scan and copy jobs.
Sockets for SD and Memory Stick cards and USB and PictBridge links are set right into the front side of the control board, and a flip-down panel to the right of the paper trays gives access to the four separate ink cartridges.
Behind the left-hand side panel are sockets for the telephone and the optional third-party handset and from mains connect, while USB and network sockets are mounted inside the machine, as is Brother’s practice. A wireless link is also provided; this is easy to develop with either WPS auto-configuration or a passcode.
Brother provides the driver for Windows and OS X, and if you are a Windows user, there is also a copy of Nuance PaperPort SE for document management and OCR.
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Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – Brother, claims rates of 12ppm and 10ppm for black and color A4 prints, specifically. We saw comparable times to those from the Brother MFCJ6910DW, which is not surprising since it uses the same print engine. Our five-page text document gave 6.8ppm, while the 20-page one enhanced this to 9.1ppm, so not away from the declared speed. In fact (prepare) setting, the printer managed 9.4ppm.
We just saw 6.0ppm from the text and color video document and 3.8 sides each min when we published duplex, a standard printer function. An A3 variation of the text and video print took 3mins 25s, the equivalent of 1.5ppm. These rates are all sensible, also for an inkjet printer setting you back over £200.
Printing a copy from the flatbed scanner took 28s for an A4 initial and 43s for A3. Using the ADF, the printer managed a five-page document in 1min 32s, again an extremely nice speed. Although the machine has duplex print, it just has a simplex scanner so that you can produce a two-sided copy from 2 single-sided originals but not do a complete duplex-to-duplex copy.
15 x 10 centimeters picture prints differ from 1min 10s to 2mins twos, but a complete A3 print just took 3mins 38s, so you will not be waiting forever to print pictures.
Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – Print quality from the MFC-J6510DW is again similar to that from the machine’s larger brother or sister. Text print is fuzzy about the sides and hefty on the web page. The color videos are bright, and the enrollment of black text over color is accurate. Photo prints are better than some, with the great performance of various color tones but small over-red actors.
The tester found a somewhat less expensive resource for the ink cartridges, which are available in 2 yields, compared to the tester’s when evaluating the previous machine. These costs can, of course, be used for both printers since the cartridges are similar.
Brother MFC-J6510DW Driver – The Tester determines an ISO black web page cost of 1.8p and an ISO color web page cost of 5.5p, which are very affordable to competitors.
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