As a Vintage laser printer for mild to medium-duty usage in a home office, the Brother HL-L2370DW ($129.99) offers good speed and output quality for both text and graphics. It has a large variety of connection choices, very good paper handling, and an aggressive cost of ownership. Its mixture of features and performance at a small price earns it our Editors' Choice.
Simple and Compact
The matte-black and gray Brother HL-L2370DW is compact for a funding mono laser. It needs to be easy enough to get a place for it in your desk. On top of the plank, a one-line monochrome display to the left of this output tray, along with a little suite of function switches, eases setup and maintenance.
Even the Brother HL-L2370DW's paper treatment is typical of a color laser at its price category. It includes a 250-sheet main tray and a one-sheet multipurpose feeder. An auto-duplexer, for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper, comes standard.
Connectivity choices include things like connecting to a computer using a USB cable, or to a local network through Ethernet or even Wi-Fi. The Brother HL-L2370DW supports Google Cloud Print, works together with the Brother iPrint&Scan app, and is AirPrint compatible to facilitate printing from iOS devices.
Not Too Shabby
In printing the full suite, which includes PDF, PowerPoint, and Excel documents as well as the above Word file, it averaged 14.4ppm. We can't directly compare its rate using the Dell E310dw or even Canon LBP151dw$179.12 in Amazon, that have been tested using our old protocol, however, the LBP151dw is rated at 28ppm for simplex (one-sided) printing while the E310dw is graded at 27ppm.
Good Text, Very Good Graphics
In general output is a powerful point for your Brother HL-L2370DW, based on our testing. It offers excellent text, above-par graphics, and marginally below-par photo quality. Text should be fine for any business use, except maybe for those needing little fonts.
Pictures are good enough for nearly any company use, such as PowerPoint handouts--even those intended for important customers. It did well in producing narrow lines, too. For the most part it managed similar shadings in graphs and tables converted from colour illustrations nicely, although in 1 figure a gradient between distinct colors was barely visible. Our evaluation printouts were all but free of the banding that is frequently seen in wallpapers out of laser printers.
With photos, there was considerable dithering (graininess) in a few prints, and also a loss of detail in some bright areas. The Brother HL-L2370DW may print out recognizable pictures from webpages, which will be about as far as you can expect from typical budget mono lasers.
Aggressive Running Costs
Simplicity in Action
The Brother HL-L2370DW offers an attractive mix of low cost, exceptional text and excellent sound quality, superior speed and connectivity, and appropriate paper capacity. Its only shortcoming is subpar photo quality, which normally will be a nonissue for people buying funding mono laser. Pictures, and especially text, are much more significant for typical micro or home offices. The Brother HL-L2370DW does a standout job in printing text, and is great at graphics printing as well, while the competing Dell E310dw's text was under level in our testing, as were the Canon LBP151dw's graphics.
OS Required :
Android, Apple MacOS X 10.10, Apple iOS, Apple macOS 10.12, Apple macOS 10.13, Linux, Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (32/64-bits), Microsoft Windows Server 2012 (64-bit), Microsoft Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 (32/64 bits), Windows 10 S, Windows 8 (32/64 bits), Windows 8.1 (32/64 bits), Windows Phone.
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