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Brother HL-L2375DW Mono Laser Printer – Single Function, Wireless/USB 2.0, 2 Sided Printing, A4 Printer, Small Office/Home Office Printer, Dark Grey/Black Computers & Accessories

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About this item MAXIMUM VALUE FOR MONEY: Reduce costs with low cost per page prints. With a 1,200 page in-box toner included, combined with automatic 2-sided printing you can easily reduce the cost of each print job IDEAL FOR THE HOME OR SMALL OFFICE: Compact, stylish and desktop friendly, the HL-L2375DW mono laser printer is a perfect home printer or for the small office environment PRINT SPEEDS UP TO 34 PAGES PER MINUTE: Increase efficiency around the home or small office with print speeds up to 34ppm. Print high quality documents in no time at all WIFI CONNECTIVITY: Print wirelessly from your laptop, tablet or smartphone around the home or office FASTER, HIGH-QUALITY PRINTS: Built with a 250-sheet paper capacity that helps improve efficiency due to less time spent refilling trays. It also handles both letter and legal-sized paper
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Lithium Battery Weight

‎2 Grams

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Item weight

7.2 Kilograms

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3,475 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories) 5 in Laser Printers

Date First Available

23 Nov. 2017

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Special feature

Auto-Duplex, Network-Ready

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Printer output


Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎2 Kilowatt Hours

Operating System

‎Windows, Mac, Linux

Product dimensions

14D x 14.2W x 7.2H centimetres

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‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

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Dark Grey/Black

Form Factor

‎Print Only

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Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC, Tablet, Smartphone

RAM Size

‎64 MB

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Wireless Type

‎802.11b, 802.11g

Number of USB 2.0 Ports



‎500 watts

Power Source

‎AC 220-240v, 50/60hz

Max print speed monochrome

34 ppm

60 reviews for Brother HL-L2375DW Mono Laser Printer – Single Function, Wireless/USB 2.0, 2 Sided Printing, A4 Printer, Small Office/Home Office Printer, Dark Grey/Black Computers & Accessories

  1. ISO Guy

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Budget B/W wireless printer, no frills.

    The printer works via wireless with my lenovo T4 laptop (win 10), Moto android phone and samsung pad.Android app can be downloaded from the playstore, it’s fairly basic and wants to sell other brother printer supplies and services. Personally i find ads for services and products annoying in paid for products. i just dumped the Brother app and used an open source community supported app with greater functionality.The printer menu screen is small, monochrome and has no back light, it’s useless unless you have perfect eyesight, a magnifying glass and a torch. (The screen is reminiscent of a cheap Chinese calculator)I totally dislike the fact the printer has no physical on/ off switch, it utilises a logic based rubberised button below the screen, again reminiscent of a cheap calculator. The absence of a physical on/ off switch may be an issue if you want to isolate the printer and your power socket is located in a difficult to access area, for example behind your desk, or the power socket does not have a switch.The printer was fairly easy to set up (utilising a torch and magnifying glass to read that nasty, small non backlit monochrome display) and was identified, in my case, as a network printer.I was totally amazed, and pleased, to find the paper tray held a full pack of paper. However, the paper tray and guides feel really delicate and I can forsee them being easily broken if not treated with great care.The printers toner cartridge is fairly easy to change but expect to pay a third of the price of the printer for a replacement.In summary:For+A very basic value monochrome wireless printer.+It Prints.+Cartridges relatively easy to Change.+Paper tray holds a full pack of paper.Against-Associated app below average.-small monochrome menu display which is very difficult to read.-Absence of a physical on/ off switch may be an issue.-Flimsy paper tray.-New Toner cartridge cost high, approx one third of cost of printer.

    3 people found this helpful

  2. CBH

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to set up and use

    I’m no tech wizard, just a woman in her fifties, but I managed to get this up and running in half an hour, on my own. You do have to set up an account to get the free toner offer, but that’s the same for all the brands these days. Print quality looks good and print speed from warm up to finished document is pretty impressive. I’ve never had a Brother printer before (usually go for HP) so let’s see how it lasts, but a drama-free start is a good sign I think

  3. Carol S Fell

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Missing items

    No telephone or USB leads including in the package.

  4. Brian

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It was supposed to be new, but wasn’t!!!

    Initially print quality was very poor. After speaking to the guys at Brother support (and they were very helpful) it was ascertained that the print cartridge supplied with the machine had already been used, and the internal setting of the machine had been changed to indicate it contained a brand new ink cartridge.Anyway, once that problem had been sorted, and a new cartridge fitted , the print seems to improve. However it’s not brilliant, as black print not as black as when using my inkjet printer.Also, on duplex printing it seems to pause for 3 seconds between each sheet – don’t know why.The only advantage of this model is that it takes compatible ink cartridges.

  5. SJC-Wiltshire

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just what I wanted as a crafter

    I’ve been wanting a laser printer for ages. I was recommended this one from a fellow crafter. As one of the techniques I want to do is foiling. You need toner foil and a hot laminater. This means anything you can print you can the foil.I also love the colour with alcohol pens so this will be a real bonus as I won’t have to worry about the line’s bleeding.

    One person found this helpful

  6. man-thinking

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fiddly setup, but a nice bit of kit.

    I bought this printer for home use as a WiFi printer with a Mac Mini. M2 running MacOS Sonoma 14.I am very happy with this printet. The print quality Is crisp and dark. Speed is good.Setting up the WiFi link was a process not easy to grasp and uses the printer’s very basic very small on-board screen, but I got it done eventually. A hand-holding video for each ‘connectivity’ option would be good. (i did not track down any.) Notwithstanding, I’m so far very pleased with this purchase.

    One person found this helpful

  7. Mary

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good printer

    Easy to set up. Prints well and double sided. Noisy when printing – like most printers

  8. Starry Messenger

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pleased with the purchase

    I decided to go for a laser printer when my old inkjet printer stopped working for reasons beyond my understanding …Having done some research on the WHICH website, I decided that this was probably a good, cost-effective choice for my simple (and infrequent) printing needs. The printer was delivered promptly, and it was quite easy to set up using the instructions provided. I had worried that perhaps installing the laser cartridge might be tricky – I hate assembling things – but it slotted in easily and quickly.The printing speed is good, as is the print quality, and I’m pleased with the purchase. I’ve rated it as a 4 rather than a 5-star only because I would have liked it to be a little less noisy – but that’s probably me being a bit fussy. Basically, I’m pleased with it!

    8 people found this helpful

  9. Michael

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Reliable printer

    If you are looking for an all in one and you dont need to do a lot of printing, then this all in one is for you, I got rid of my OKI colour laser because it was not being used enough, I dont print a lot any more but i do like scanning my old pictures and sharing them with my family on social media, its functions are very easy to understand, just a case of pushing buttons, easy to set up and not to heavy, I did have a slight problem because i wanted this to work for all my devices, phone tablet laptop etc, and the wireless connection was not picking it up, however a quick call to Brother support and a friendly reassuring voice on the other end sorted out the issue. i would recommend this all in one.

  10. G. M. Phillips

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very pleased with printer

    Setup of the printer was very straightforward, though I wish manufacturers would write in English rather than try to say everything with diagrams. The only thing you have to do really is open the front and stick in the laser cartridge. I’m using USB rather than wireless so I can’t comment on the WIFI aspect. Windows 10 detected the printer without difficulty. The only snag which required change to the driver settings was to set to “duplex enabled”, in order to choose double-sided printing. You then normally choose long-sided and the printer does one page then sucks it back in to do the other. Paper output is on top, though still flat, no raised panel like some of the older printers had – but that means it’s not so easy to use the printer as a general purpose surface. I put a tea cloth on the top when not in use. It can take a ton of paper at any one time in the tray at the front. One annoyance is there does not seem to be a proper off switch. I don’t print every day, so I have to unplug the printer. There is what seems to be an offline/standby button but it doesn’t seem to do anything. Print output is just plain gorgeous, and fast, no fuzzy inkjet problems any more. Really in terms of price this is very good indeed, I just hope it has longevity.

    8 people found this helpful

  11. Mariam

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    hp laser jet printers are better

    I don’t recommend buying this printer over hp laser jet ones. Reasons are:1. I don’t like the quality of printing, it’s like it uses a lot of toner. hp laser jet printer is more sophisticated.2. I don’t like having to use the manual tray in order to print labels3. Drum did not last. It gave me problems because the pages were coming with dots. I followed the recommended procedure of cleaning it, but still the pages kept coming with dots. A genuine new drum it’s half the printer price.4. Bad technical support. When I told Brother the problem, they just said that I should take the printer to a service center. I emailed one service center and they did not reply back. Nearest service center was not even in my city. Thank god I bought the printer through amazon. I just bought the hp laser jet m110 we and I am very happy with it. It was very easy to set up.its quality of printing is way better, it’s more compact and it looks like toner and drum come together as one piece. I remember it took me a long time to set up the brother printer. I remember having to manually introduce the password of my wifi in the printer.5. Ireland customers get 2 years warranty and rest of the world only one.

    One person found this helpful

  12. MR IAN T

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great printer let down by wifi connectivity

    Great printer. Its prints well and fast, doesn’t take long to “warm up”, and is a good size. I love the fact it uses AirPrint so it’s compatible with all my Apple devices. The big let down is wifi connection: it needs to be close to the router or it will lose the connection. My printer is 5m away from the router in a different room and that was too far away. I was able to connect it but it lost connection after switching the printer off then on. That’s not really good enough in this day and age. I only managed to get it connected by installing a wifi mesh in the same room as the printer otherwise I’d have either had to send the printer back or put it on top of the washing machine in the cupboard whether the router is kept, risking damaging the printer due to the shaking of the washing machine.

    3 people found this helpful

  13. Shutter

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s Brother so always a good start

    I had the old Multi-Function version from a good few years back. That one was big & heavy as hell. This modern model is much lighter & does good copies. Relatively “low” profile compared to the old one. Takes a 2420 Toner which is the same as a couple of my other Brother printers which means I only need to have one spare laying around at a time (I use to have to have three ).Prints well, I use the Windows scanning software & that works fine with this MFC-L2710DW. I never print both sides so don’t know about that on this MFC (the double sided is the “D” in the descrition), but scans well. prints well. I don’t Fax anymore (does anybody?).Annoyingly it goes completely to sleep, this must be a deafault, but it’sannoying as hell to have a printer across the room that needs to be touched to get it to come back on (mind you I am connecting via USB, not wifi).The Software off the CD was absolutely hugh, & looks like it’s pointless for me personally (but not necessarily for others). So I will look in to whether removing it takes features away from The MFC, but all I want it for it to be a Scanner, & a photocopier – & it does these fine. When I go to remove the software it tells me I’m removing the Driver too, bit discocerted by that , so will investigate before making the leap. I bought this as had previously tried a Xerox (I knew it was a bad idea as I hit the purchse button!). I hate Xerox, always a nightmare to set uo & it was with whatever MF piece of rubbish I had tried, & didn’t work either. However This Brother picked up the win 10 driver just Dandy. I put the software on to see what it was like, & to be honest, like I said I see no reason to use it. I had to remove parts of it from running at startup – which is a bug-bear of mine. Cheeky programming there , apparently it’s all to help me etc. I don’t need help, don’t run until I call you! When I use to write programmes it was a no-no to run unnecessary background applications, but nowadays every little programme wants to run bits of itself at startup. Just the driver please, Brother. Overall looks good. If I don’t update this you can assume it’s worked out Ok for me. I always buy Brother Printers, (except fpor Labels which I buy Zebra ones, as they really are great for Label printing. Price of this Brother was good too, far cheaper than others similar 7 the 2420 cartridge is a good price per copy also. All round a bit of a winner I reckon.

    4 people found this helpful

  14. Rehan Aziz Khan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Multi Purpose Printer

    Quality is always great for Brother products. Easy to set, dual printing option is automatic, multi-page scanner, quiet and quick printing. I am pleased with this printer, I finally saved myself from an inkjet printer’s scam. The toner provided in the box has a 700-page yield and higher yield options are available online. Toner can be bought at a fraction of an ink cartridge’s price.

    2 people found this helpful

  15. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Compact Workhorse

    Great little printer with duplex. Ideal for smallSpaces

  16. Pete Dennett

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great printer

    This is an ideal printer and works with 5.0 and Windows 11. Being a laser the ink doesn’t dry up like an Ink Jet. The price is great too.

  17. Michael

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not impressive

    It prints well enough, but the cartridge it came with produced only about 100 copies before running out of toner. The wireless function is a bit unpredictable too.

    One person found this helpful

  18. Jacqui

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lovely little printer

    This is a great, compact little printer. Easy to set up, print quality is good and it’s pretty quiet for a laser printer. The big selling point for me is that is handles card stock effortlessly. My previous Brother laser printer (HL 1210W) just about handled 80gsm and it was a big no for anything thicker than that, but this bad boy has no problem printing on 300gsm, with no smudges. Overall very happy with my purchase.

    3 people found this helpful

  19. brilliant man

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Finally something that just works

    Put the toner and paper in, plugged it in, put the ethernet cable in, switched in and to my amazement it just worked and has been since. Can print on any of our devices wirelessly without any problems.In stark contrast to trying to set up a hp printer to no avail, this was a breathe of fresh air. Print quality is decent too.

  20. Looney

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Oh Brother! Or maybe Sister in Law?

    When our Canon died recently I started doing a search of all the printers available. As it was just before Xmas I was hoping to pick up a bargain in the sales. I looked at Canons mainly but most reviews mentioned paper not being detected which was an issue we were always having. We’ve had Epson in the past and they just leak ink everywhere. I also looked at HP but didn’t want to pay for their inks.I was then watching a YouTube video regarding a craft I am into and it mentioned using a laser printer, so I started looking at what they had to offer. I soon realised they were much more expensive and unless you want to pay out around £300, you will have to go with black and white, but reviews were better.So that led me to a search of laser printers and to this printer in particular. I decided that we rarely printed anything that had to be in colour and at £99 it was just in the affordable range. (The price went up the following day)The printer arrived a few days later in a huge box. Thankfully it was about a third packaging.The quick set up guide is mainly pictures, and not particularly clear pictures. Fortunately, I was able to figure out what was needed and where to put the drum and toner. Someone with very little tech knowledge may need assistance. A teenage relative would probably do, don’t pay out for the proffessional installation.After having read the reviews I decided to skip the CD option and went straight to wireless set up which was relatively easy once I worked out which buttons to press. I did a few test prints and all is working well.Today I installed from the disc as this gives you extra features plus allows you to scan from your PC. Again fairly straightforward, and I didn’t need to download drivers even though I am using Windows 10.The most confusing part was when it was searching for the printer. Rather than coming up with ‘Brother’ it actually had the Node Name of ‘nameiphone8’ – The name was my sister in-laws. It is an unusual name and she and my brother live 100 miles away from us, so no idea why that is. I have no idea what a Node Name is either!But in all, I give it 4 stars as all seems to be working well and it does what I want it to. I just took off one star for the not so straight forward instructions.

    10 people found this helpful

  21. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    worth buying every penny

    worth buying every penny.Easy to use, great software – solid housing.

  22. Mr Robert McMinn

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Just get this one

    After years of frustration with a wireless (colour) inkjet printer from a major brand, and years before that of feeding various inkjet beasts with the most expensive liquid in the universe (ink), I read something on The Verge which basically said, “Just get this Brother laser printer that everybody else has”.So it doesn’t do colour, but for printing letters, passes, essays etc., it’s just what most people need. The Volkswagen Golf of printers.

    3 people found this helpful

  23. Austin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    easy setup

    Connected first time to my phoneNot intending to use it massively but set up so far has been straightforward

  24. James

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A work horse

    This printer will print over 5000 sheets on light weight paper without a single paper jam. For a budget laser printer that is quite astonishing. Low hassle, low cost printing. 5/5.

  25. peta hamilton

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good overall.

    Prints well ethernet or wifi, wifi I found difficult to connect but got there eventually.


    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good value black laser printer.

    But fiddly to set up but that could be my WiFi- had to move it to a different position. Works really well and fast . Good value.

  27. Rich Heath

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great alternative to fussy inkjets

    Fantastic compact printer that just works. I also have a big A3 photo inkjet, but when you just want to print a few mono pages, it’s a massive pain – ink dries up, heads need cleaning etc. Etc. It’s about 15 minutes from turning on till getting a print. This thing is printing within 10 seconds of you asking it to, and what’s more it works with every device I’ve tried. Macs, Linux, android, Windows – they all just automatically recognise it and can print immediately with no drivers to install. The wireless version is a must. My router doesn’t have a WPS button, which made set up a little trickier, but after setting it up manually through the little screen, it now has a reliable WiFi connection all the time. It even worked with my mixed 5/2.4GHz wireless network without complaint.If you’re fed up with inkjets, this is highly recommended – also by rtings, who rate it very highly.

    4 people found this helpful

  28. P. lucas

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Real nice,

    2 comments a dream to set up wireless if you have wps button on router, 2nd VERY IMPORTANT, if you are thinking extended warranty has to be taken out when buying printer, can’t buy afterwards as stand alone itemPut so far great printer, for basic laser printer in mono

  29. derek anderton

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    exactly as described

    good printer

  30. Catherine

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Couldn’t cope anymore with rubbish, cheap printer that never last and cost an arm and a leg on cartridges. So decided to go for this Brother printer. Very happy. Easy to set up. And great quality printing. A proper office at home.

  31. Kieran Grace

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quality Brother product

    Nothing to dislike about this product, used for work and the occasional hobby!

  32. Grim Git

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Brother HL-L2375DW Mono Laser Printer

    I’ve been using this printer now for over 5 months and overall it’s been a positive experience. Connectivity is very good (I use the ethernet port but wireless and USB also work well). The low yield toner cartridge that came with the printer lasted over 700 pages before I had to replace it. And print quality is excellent after I managed to increase print resolution from the default 600dpi to the max of 1200dpi.The only problem was the occasional black marks up the left side of the prints. When I changed the toner cartridge I noticed clumps of toner had accumulated at the left edge of the drum. I removed these clumps and it’s been perfect prints (five stars) ever since.

    6 people found this helpful

  33. E.D

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    A good quality black and white printer, scanner, copier. Easy to use and set up

  34. Lance

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Solid reliability

    The first printer I’ve had in years that is always ready to print, even after weeks of non use.

  35. P. PurkayasthaP. Purkayastha

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic, Compact, B&W Laser Printer/Scanner

    This is an absolutely fabulous black and white laser printer, copier, scanner. It ticks all the boxes from my requirements.My requirements were (and all these are met)* laser printer* auto duplex printing* wireless printing/scanning* scanner functionality* Linux compatibilityIn addition to the above, it gets bonus points for+ large capacity paper tray+ ID copy functionality (2 in 1 copy)+ “Driverless” printing!+ Easy setup.+ Flatbed scanner (better than portable document scanners)+ No silly “ink subscription service”On the first day, I connected the printer to our wireless router over wifi. It is possible to do so from the printer itself, without having to do a wired connection to the computer. Entering the wifi password takes some time, and after that it connects with zero fuss. Once, it is connected to the wifi, it is discoverable over the wifi network from Linux, , Mac, and Android. It “Just works” for both printing and scanning without the need to download or install any drivers.On Linux, I needed to ensure that /etc/nsswitch.conf had a “hosts” entry like this, to make it auto-discoverable and truly driverless.hosts: files mymachines mdns4 mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] resolve [!UNAVAIL=return] dns mdns4 myhostnameI have not discovered any cons to this printer/scanner. It is compact, the setup is painless, when turned on it connects to the wifi within 10 sec, it works when I need it to work, and printing is quick and easy.

    18 people found this helpful

  36. Middleworld

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great but was possibly a return

    I’ve had this just a little under a month and it works great. Automatic 2 sided print is a great paper saver too. Prints quickly with not jams from the main feeder. Some issues with jams from the single sheet feeder but that could be because I am trying to feed in labels that are a little thicker than your usual 80gsm copier. It catches as if it will print then says there is a jam, though there isn’t one. I have to take out the full drum unit once or twice for it to reset.The only reason for the drop to four stars is that, when received, you could clearly see that the box had been opened and re-taped and when I opened it the drum unit was already in, so I think this was a return. It works great so I am happy to keep but it was sold to me as new/unused and should have been a warehouse sale with a slight discount.

    12 people found this helpful

  37. Mark Dodd

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome……I will never buy another inkjet printer!!!

    I bought this for my Mum as her aging ink jet was playing up.Laser printer with scanner for under £150….I will never buy a multi-function inkjey again!Also replacement cartridges are cheap as chips.When my inkjet bites the dust or HP bricks it to stop me refilling or using compatible cartridges I will not pay them a penny more and buy one of these for me as 2 sets of HP black & colour original cartridges is more than what this printer costs!

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  38. aRough1

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to setup

    Works fast easy to use once the WiFi setup is done it’s all a breeze a nd 0 hastle.Just be careful when you want to load from the front tray. It’s a sneaky one and will load from the bottom ignoring the command so remove the bottom tray

  39. Mark

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best printer for 99% of jobs

    I won’t bother with HP who like to astort people with subscriptions and rubbish hardware.This printer is fantastic, you don’t need to fight with it, brother are a great company I’ve heard story’s of their printers lasting 20 years!If 99% of what you need to print is text, get brother laser, you won’t regret it.Don’t be tempted by the cheap £30 printers from the likes of HP. They are horrible I ended up smashing mine as I could not barwbthe fight.Pay extra and you won’t have “No Brother” 🤣Simply put I say print, brother prints, works fine on all devices, extremely easy to setup.Ill only get brother printers and Louis rossman on YouTube speaks highly of them so you know they are a good company.For brother deciding not to rip people of with subscriptions, I’ll only by brother acxeories or paper to support them.Brother is one company that does not support you will own nothing and be happy.I just wish my brother would do what he’s told 🤣👍👍

    3 people found this helpful

  40. Tech journalist

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Replacing with the same – but it only lived 4 years

    I’ve been using this simple black-and-white laser printer for four years, and like it well enough that when it died I bought the same again. That’s the upside. The downside is that it lived only four years; what is it, a Great Dane? This isn’t a good lifespan. But maybe it was the individual machine… I also asked around about places to donate the corpse for parts, and it appears you can’t do this. When a printer’s dead, I’m told, you just have to toss it onto the planet’s increasing pile of plastic detritis.

    5 people found this helpful

  41. sukeyj

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easiest installation I’ve ever had for a printer!

    I usually find printer installation a real pain! I have an iMac which is a bit particular about which printers it likes to work with!! This was a very quick decision buy to replace my trusty Samsung Express which had finally given up the ghost after a good few years service (I run an online business and use laser printers for labels) and I needed it quickly. I read the reviews on this model which were overall pretty good, so ordered it and when it arrived the next day I began what I thought would be a nightmare to get the printer installed and get it working. I was so wrong!! Installed in a few minutes and worked perfectly straight away. The only tiniest of niggles (and it could be just me who misunderstood) when you download the drivers for the printer there’s not actually a button that states DOWNLOAD and I had to try and work out exactly where to click to download them! But that definitely could have been me (although I did feedback that point to Brother when they asked for feedback on installation) I can’t recommend this printer highly enough, it’s just brilliant!

    5 people found this helpful

  42. R. S. Jones

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Found Automatically By Windows 11 Pcs

    The printer does what it should, it prints and made itself available automatically. I normally assign certain address ranges to different functions on my network, but I have not yet found a way within the printer software to mage its address. The support software is somewhat lacking. I have not marked Tech support as I did not try accessing them and being blunt the software and manuals are very basic.

  43. Bemused/whacky

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I got the printer only option

    Yes. I only got the printer as space was a issue. I know it had dimensions in the description but you only really know what itll be like when it’s out of the box and insitu.I researched infrequently used printer and that’s why I settled on laser rather than inkjet (nosels/blockages).I’ve set it up, typing in the WiFi password on the printer, which didn’t take as long as I thought it would, but still a bit fussy.Only one wire for power if you have it on WiFi, two if you’re going to connect it to your router.Prints quality prints, quickly. I haven’t tried to buy new ink and install so ill update when I do.NOT great at photos but then I knew it wouldn’t before purchase.Always research. Check out YouTube. They will always have useful into about all products.

    3 people found this helpful

  44. Edc

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    After using HP140We I switch to Brother DCP-L2530DW

    Brother DCP-L2530DW, setting up very easily. double side, scanning quality is good. For printer toner states can print 700 pages is a little bit low.

    One person found this helpful

  45. martin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very easy to work

    Quick start setup seemed to show a different model but the QR code scanned to my phone was clear.plugged my windows 11 laptop via usb and searched printers and it was there, pressed print test page and it printed informing me all drivers were installed, happy days.There is a large paper tray and you can feed one sheet at a time as well.Very quick printing and excellent quality. Scans copy good quality.I won’t be connecting via wifi so can’t comment.

  46. AH

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Ok but not impressed

    I took a lot of time doing research on printers and checked all the reviews on Amazon and found by far this had the better of you reviews for a laser printer the only reason why I’m giving it the 4stars. is because after using it, it wouldn’t recognise any other toner cartridges and I tried several toner cartridges, but it kept coming up as low ink so I don’t know if there’s a software error, I brought three or four lots of toner to go in this printer and all of them wouldnt work. 2. this is not automatic double-sided printing. but it is in a sense it’s automatic in the that it takes the page back inside and prints the reverse but it’s not automatic as in you have to set it up manually to make it automatic.3. the interface there’s only a tiny little window, it is very hard to see the menu. it is not that clear when you’re actually setting it all up . 4. overall it is a fast laser printer and does print good quality and it’s good for the budget .5. I think the way that they put the power socket bit at the back of the machine rather than on the side of the machine and that makes it quite awkward if you want to put on a Shelf or in a cabinet or something like that and I find that quite awkward because I want to put it on the shelf so it meant they kind of the front of it protrudes because of the the plug where the socket protrudes from the back I think it would have been better if they’ve had that little the plug socket at the side of the machine and your day been a lot better other than that.6. I like the machine, very quiet printing very quick printing.7 quite complicated to set up as well in the respect of trying to set the menu up on the printer. just get a disc you put in your PC .8. don’t print from the from the actual brother options , print from your computer options, because from brother it doesn’t allow you to do double sided printing you have to go through your program like word or Excel whatever it is you’re doing to actually print double-sided printing.

    4 people found this helpful

  47. Twain

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent value

    Easy to set up and use. Produces excellent print. Great value.

  48. Robert Barry

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant printer.

    I bought this as a replacement for my trusty Brother HL1430 which gave me 21 years of solid service. This fills a similar slot in their range but adds WiFi and automatic double sided printing. I set up the WiFi code using the buttons on the top to navigate the menu with the minimum of fuss and it worked first time and faultlessly since. My laptop connects with ease and my android phone connects via Mopria just as well. The double sided printing works brilliantly once you set the printer properties to do so in the app / program. All in all, I couldn’t be happier. This is an excellent upgrade compared to my old tech printer which I was sad to see go. The new HL-L2350dw has made a great start and I only hope that this lasts as long.

    4 people found this helpful

  49. R K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great no frills mono printer

    Just wanted a simple black and white printer that would just work when I needed it to. Have used deskjet printers in the past but because I don’t print that often the ink would dry up after a couple of months of not using it. Very frustrating when you come to use it. So laser printers are the way to go as they have dry powder toner which doesn’t dry up and clog. This is a simple printer that just works when required. It was really simple to set up, prints wirelessly from Mac, iPhone etc. Really pleased with it. Would recommend a dust cover as it’s going to just sit there until required. There are many cheaper options when replacing the toner cartridge as the Brother one costs a fortune.

    5 people found this helpful

  50. Mr J Caldwell

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t come with required cables

    I had assumed this would be supplied with a correct USB cable type, but the only cable provided is the power cord. I was just about to set it up but I now have to go away and research what cable to get and wait for that to come.There’s always something with printers. Never straight forward.

    2 people found this helpful

  51. KRCKRC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very happy and impressed, quality product!

    After 17 years my trusty little HP laser printer needed to retire…still works but very slow. So I decided to go for this Brother laser printer, scanner and copier. I know this brand is just as good as HP in my experience, I have used many of their products before and my brother owns a brother laser printer too which has been working perfectly for the last 7 years and still going strong.Delivered by Amazon carefully in the original box….it’s bulky so may need someone to help carry into home or office. The unit itself is much smaller so don’t be put off by the large box, it’s just very well protected.All instructions, manual, setup guide and even a CD with the software are supplied.Setting up the unit was simple, several ways of doing it which is all explained in the step by step guide.I setup the wireless access on the printer first so its connected to my router by using the small display panel and buttons, then downloaded the latest brother software from their website on all my pc’s and the rest was fairly easy to complete the installation.You can download the brother software for android/apple tablets and phones, again installation is fairly simple.My entire household can now print and scan wirelessly to the printer from every connected device…brilliant!Print, scan and copy quality are excellent compared to my old printer and separate scanner so very pleased with the performance. Has automatic duplex and it prints pretty fast compared to my retired HP.Unit can be left on different power saving modes, I set it to deep sleep mode as it’s in a home not in a office environment. Installing replacement drums and toner units seem fairly easy to do and the whole unit looks and feels well built.Really happy and impressed with this unit, a trusted brand….would definitely recommend to anyone for home or office.

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  52. T. M. Bird

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great laser mono printer for home office, small business and students

    This printer is used for delivery labels, reference documents, scanning passports, visa applications, and more. The print is clear and precise, even on double-sided prints. The “scan and send to PC” function is excellent and simply implemented via clear button pushes on the front of the machine, resulting in an editable and printable file appearing on your computer screen in seconds. The machine uses buttons and not touch screens, which is a relief, as touch screens are imprecise and always lag or do funny things that you don’t expect them to. Buttons simply go in and out – ’nuff said! The machine is fast and silent compared to my older inkjet, the HP Photosmart B209a, which had suffered a print-head failure outside of warranty that prompted this purchase. I do not miss having colour prints as I seldom required colour. If I ever have a specific need to print photos, I will take a USB drive to a supermarket or local stationery and print shop. The integrated wireless functions are very intuitive and useful. I set my printer’s WiFi connection up by entering the router SSID and password directly into the machine, and the installed software then associated the computer to the printer over the same WiFi network that the computer is connected to. Be aware, the machine assumes this will be the primary method of connection and to that end, it does not come with a connecting USB cable. This would be needed if you were to lose connectivity and still needed to print a file out from your PC. Another boon of the printer that I haven’t experienced yet is that anyone who has the Brother App on their phone can print straight to the printer over WiFi, instead of having to interrupt whatever task another person using the computer is doing. All-in-all, I am extremely impressed with this simple, fast, neat and business-like printer. I would urge you to consider spending a little more than you might want to on the printer itself, rather than saving on a cheaper inkjet that will cost you far more in the first year of use on ink cartridges (this is how printer manufacturers make the real money, not on the cheap inkjet printers themselves). I will not be going back to cheaper inkjets again. The EPSON ecotank would be the option I would go for if I was in the market for an inkjet. For my use-case, the Brother is hard to beat and I would highly recommend this printer for home office, small business and student use.

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  53. Dusty

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth every penny

    What a relief to get rid of my inkjet and use this laser. I only use monochrome for letters and downloading user guides etc. and this is perfect for my needs. Works as advertised, speed is great and consumables reasonably priced. Definitely 5*.

  54. peedee

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Lacking support – for Chromebooks – but good printer once setup.

    My last couple of printers have been Cannon inkjets – but I got frustrated with their wifi ability and the cost of colour cartridges, so went this way after reading reviews.I was honestly on the verge of sending it back though. I couldn’t get it to connect to my Chromebook. Brother’s support documentation and their website support was non existent for Chromebooks. I had actually already generated the return to Amazon when I somehow – still don’t know how it happened – got it connected. Since then, I’ve loved it. It wakes from sleep mode quickly, prints quickly, is fairly easy to print from phones and tablet devices.The mark off is for the non-existent Chromebook support, and aldo that size wise it’s just a bit bigger than it really needs to be.

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  55. Mat (hazymat) Smith

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Super mono laser printer, for those slightly strange people who want exactly that at home

    I strongly dislike printers.I don’t mind spending money, I just mind spending it on a printer.Anyway, all’s well that ended well. After 16 days of excel spreadsheets comparing and contrasting print costs against features, this was top of my list. It’s a personal list – not a universal list. I’m not claiming this is the best printer ever.This one is made of shonky plastic, like everything is these days, but I like the design in general and the web interface is only marginally rubbish. Also it’s not made by HP, so this product has definitely exceeded my expectations.I guess most people want a colour inkjet for home use. Or even a colour laser. Or one of those printers with a colour screen that shows you the photo on the USB stick that you are about to print. Or some oversized, [seemingly] underpriced thing with a scanner and FAX FUNCTION whose ink replacement costs make you question your life choices. I am definitely not any of the above people.I was in the market for the smallest black and white laser printer that would work on my home network, small so it could fit in this little cupboard on a shelf. Preferably with an ethernet interface and not wireless (did I mention, I hate wireless printing, and all the gimmicky consumer wireless printers that have been invented, which infuriate me and make me want to give up on life?)Although this wasn’t quite as small as my previous printer (Samsung ML1860, sadly no longer available), it does have a network interface making it far more reliable.In fact, if you are still reading this, you are probably a bit of an IT geek like me, so you will understand I actually bought a network-based USB hub, which allows you to publish USB ports over ethernet, especially for my old small USB printer, so I could print from a virtual machine on my home server. Literally every non-IT person has clicked away from this review now, right? I have to tell you, that idea sounded far better than it turned out to be. I thought – wired printing through USB over ethernet is still more reliable than wireless printing. Alas, not so.Anyway, that’s mostly irrelevant as this printer has wired ethernet. I no longer swear at the printer, and my wife has said a number of times how happy she is about how easy it is to print. By default I ignore comments like that (made by anyone I hasted to add, not just my wife, I’m not a sexist pig) but on this occasion I do happen to agree.This thing has Apple print or whatever it’s called – Air Print – which means that after you whack it on your network, it magically appears if you go to print from your iPhone (which you didn’t know you could do, because who does that? But you can.)I have high hopes for the lifetime of this printer. My last one went for about 12 years. Admittedly in the last 5 years of its life, you had to feed paper in manually one-by-one, if you attempted more (or heaven forbid, use the paper tray), it would jam and you’d need to remove a shelf to get this thing out, onto the table, to take it apart. I will not miss those days. Eventually it just stopped printing and the error light didn’t relate to anything in the troubleshooting section of the manual, so I took that as a cue to thump it really hard in the manual feeder tray before finally succumbing to buying a new one.Highly recommend. And sorry for spending most of this review talking about my old printer. I think I may have some undiscovered trauma now so I’ll call a therapist, thanks, bye.

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  56. Obderver

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent mono laser printer

    Why just a simple mono printer? Well, I never print in colour, print mainly text based documents and spreadsheets so I don’t see the need for a colour printer. And for the limited number of scans that I do, my smartphone suffices (using the Adobe scan app) which produces excellent results just as quickly, perhaps quicker, than a flat bed scanner.This laser printer produces top class mono prints very quickly and with no fuss. The quality of a laser print will always be a tad better than inkjet, in my view.The only negative is that on initial set up, putting in the wifi password is long winded and tedious – but you only have to do it once.As to set up generally, there are excellent videos on youtube which make the process easy and I would recommend following one of them rather than going through the instructions that come in the box (which make the process look harder than it actually is). Also, you can throw away the CD that comes in the box – who needs a CD in 2024?

  57. AAG

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Really good printer

    I wasn’t sure which printer to go for after I ditched my HP laserjet. I am very impressed with this Brother printer. All of our devices have no problem connecting to it via wifi (which wasn’t true of the HP one). The print quality is very good. It’s quick and it relatively quiet. I would definitely recommend.

  58. Andy J Buchanan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Quality, Speed and Toner Economy

    Due to shortages of units I purchased this FAX enabled model rather than an alternative I had been considering. I have not used the FAX, so I will not comment on it. I am so far delighted with this printer, the print speed is excellent for my needs; I tend to only print 4 or 5 sheets are at time so they’ve usually finished printing by the time I walk to the next room where I have the printer. Setting the printer up was a breeze, and as it’s Wifi there was only a power cable to deal with. It has an easy 2-page per side mode that’s great for economy when you don’t need the full size, and it prints the paper both sides by default too, I will note that did prompt me to load up with 90gsm paper as the 80gsm was a little flimsy and see-through for my tastes. The Toner that came with the unit is still holding up strong, and it’s probably still a few months off needing replacement at my page rate. The one niggle I’ve found is that sometimes it does not wake up when you send a job and you need to go to the printer and tap the power button, and resend/unpause the printer jobs. I’ve used the printer with my iMac and an iPad. The scanner also seems to be functional though I found the scans somewhat darker than my other scanner. They did seem to have all the detail though. Having the scanner directly pop the files on your computer was a neat touch. Excellent value for money particularly when considering how many prints the included toner allows.

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  59. ocubox

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So tempted to give this 5 stars…

    …but I’ve not used it long enough…Like the ink after some test print pages seem to be going DOWN too quick…But setting this up compared to the BS that was setting up my returned Epson ET2810; it’s night and day.After my horrid time wasting and horrid print quality experience with that Epson printer, I had braced myself for what was to come with this brother printer.And so when it was done, setup in record time, as you’d expect from a nicely designed printer system…an amazing feeling of joy overflowed because I was very surprised how easy it was to set this one up and how it just worked without the convoluted BS that is the Epson printer or the Epson connect system is.I don’t like the fluctuating prices for this though because seeing a lower price after you’ve bought this, is kind of annoying.Still trying to understand the point of the subscription to ink services though, and what you get with the 6 months trial, like, can you really get free ink for six months if you printed using the highest subscription paid plan?They’ll deliver all that to you for free?Still looking for the catch…so 4/5 for now.

  60. thegreypanther

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A printer that has performed well from the word go.

    The printer arrived well packed and with adequate instructions.However, in order to get the printer to do more than just a simple print (e.g. two-sided printing) it is neccessary to read the instructions that are on the website.The instructions that come in the box enable you to set the printer up quickly, but reading all the instructions on the website is necessary.So far very happy with the output.

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