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Brother MFC-J880

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Brother MFC-J880

Brother MFC-J880

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A middle of the road spec and 2 year old 6000 x 1200 DPI inkjet printer, with moderate running costs
6000 X 1200 DPI Yes Inkjet 12ppm Sep 2015
Maximum Resolution Colour Printing Print Technology Print Speed (black, Normal Quality, A4/US Letter) Release Date
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Brother MFC-J880 Review

With low running costs and average features, we have ranked the Brother MFC-J880 number 151 across all inkjet printers.
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Features
Average Features
67
Running Costs
$1 Over 10 Years
40
Overall Score
Mediocre

Why Has it Scored 41?

At over a year old this inkjet is slightly out of date, and newer inkjets with more up to date technology are available. View the latest inkjet printers 2017.
It has running costs of $1 over 10 years, which puts it typical compared to the other 221 inkjet printers that we have compared it to. View all energy saving inkjets.
This inkjet printer has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
6000 x 1200 DPI
Very slow print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter)
Very small standard input capacity

Brother MFC-J880 In-Depth Analysis

Running Costs

Running Costs Are Average

Based on average energy prices we estimate that the MFC-J880 will cost $1 over 10 years to run, which is typical compared to the other 221 inkjet printers.

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Features

6000 X 1200 DPI

The biggest resolution of the MFC-J880 is 6000 x 1200 DPI. That's 25% more resolution than the most common resolution of 4800 x 1200 DPI. Across all inkjets the resolution ranges from 720 x 360 DPI (worst) to 9600 x 2400 DPI (best).

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Very Slow Print Speed (black, Normal Quality, A4/US Letter)

Inkjets have print speeds (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter) of between 1ppm and 100ppm, and the average print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter) is 26ppm. The MFC-J880's print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter) of only 12ppm is in the slowest 24% of all inkjets when ranked by this feature.

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Very Small Standard Input Capacity

The MFC-J880's standard input capacity of only 100 sheets is in the smallest 22% of all inkjets when ordered by this feature. Inkjet printers have standard input capacities of between 4 sheets and 1,900 sheets, and the average standard input capacity is 260 sheets.

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Very Small Standard Output Capacity

The MFC-J880's standard output capacity of only 50 sheets is smaller than average when compared to most other inkjets. It is in the smallest 32% of all inkjets when ranked by this feature. The smallest standard output capacity of inkjets is 20 sheets, the biggest is 500 sheets, and the average standard output capacity is 140 sheets.

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Only 210 X 297 Mm (A4) Max Print Size

The biggest maximum print size of the Brother MFC-J880 is 210 x 297 mm (A4). That's 19% less maximum print size than a 216 x 356 mm (Legal) inkjet, which is the most frequently found maximum print size and is actually the worst maximum print size across all inkjets.

Across comparable types of inkjet the best maximum print size is 216 x 1110 mm.

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