Brother HL-L2390DW Review - Free Download Driver - YES PRINTER DRIVER

Brother HL-L2390DW Review - Free Download Driver

- April 10, 2019
The Brother HL-L2390DW ($149.99) is a no-frills, non invasive inkjet laser all-in-one (AIO) printer intended for small and home made offices using low-print-and-copy-volume requirements. It's a lower price tag, and it is faster and less costly to use compared to Editors' Choice Canon ImageClass MF249dw along with also the HP LaserJet Pro MFP M130fw. While the Brother HL-L2390DW really isn't the fastest entry-level monochrome laser on the market, it is plenty fast enough for what it is, and it provides competitively low operating costs, making it a fantastic option for low-to-moderate-volume printing and copying in small and home based offices, or as a personal inkjet printer.

Lean, Petite Machine
Section of a current seven-machine debut of lower-end Brother monochrome laser single-function and AIO printers, also the Brother HL-L2390DW is placed close to the middle of this closely knit group of goods, whose prices ranges from around $120 to $200. Given it explodes toward the lower end of that price range, the Brother HL-L2390DW consequently ships with one of the cheapest paper-input capacities and a few of the bigger feature sets one of its siblings. It measures 10.7 from 15.7 by 10.7 inches (HWD) and weighs just 22.7 pounds, thereby commanding one of the smaller footprints one of this newest release of Brother laser printers.

Canon's similarly configured ImageClass MF249dw is just a couple of inches taller and longer than the HL-L2390DW, and weighs about 3 pounds more, but it has a more 50-sheet auto-duplexing ADF. Auto-duplexing means that the system can scan each side of a two-sided file without you having to flip them over manually. The HP M130fw comes with a slightly smaller ability, non-auto-duplexing ADF (35 sheets), along with the machine itself is considerably smaller and lighter.

The Brother HL-L2390DW's paper capacity is composed of 251 sheets, split between a 250-sheet main drawer along with a one-sheet override slot; equally encourage up to legal-size paper (8.5 by 14 inches). Additionally, of the other entry-level monochrome lasers discussed here so far, all but HP's M130fw come with precisely the same paper input configuration. (The M130fw's only input tray holds only 150 sheets.) The Brother HL-L2390DW's greatest monthly duty cycle is 15,000 pages, together with around 2,000 pages advocated. Once more, this is just like the Canon MF249dw and 5,000 pages higher than the HP M130fw's liability cycle.

Input configuration, connectivity, and walkup tasks, such as making copies or printing from a cloud website, are handled over the Brother HL-L2390DW by means of a monochrome non-touch display surrounded by a small number of buttons; the Canon MF249dw has a comparable control panel. The HP M130fw sports a 2.7-inch color touch display control panel, giving it the very superior, easiest-to-use panel one of those non monochrome laser AIOs.

Normally, laser AIOs are big, bulky, and hard to get out of their boxes, also ask that you get a relatively wide, sturdy surface from which to stage them. That's not the case with the Brother HL-L2390DW. The Brother HL-L2390DW does not support Ethernet, which is uncommon to get a laser (or even the majority of other business-oriented printers, for that matter), even although it does support Wi-Fi along with Wi-Fi Direct. Additionally, it doesn't support USB thumb drives or another memory devices.

Brother provides its own mobile device connectivity via its iPrint&Scan mobile app for connecting to cloud sites. Other third party configuration connectivity options comprise: Google Cloud Print, Apple AirPrint, and many others. Supported security alternatives, for example monitoring and configuring the printer itself over a secure Internet server (HTTPS and SSL) protocols are available from nearly every Web-connected workstation and most of cellular devices.

And lastly, along with the normal Brother drivers for Windows and MacOS, you receive Nuance PaperPort 14SE w/ OCR for Windows (available via download), a fairly robust document-management program which helps turn your scanned text to encode text for several distinct types of applications, including file archiving.

Quick for the Cost
Brother speeds the Brother HL-L2390DW at 32 pages per minute (ppm), which fringes on Saturdays to get an entry-level model like this. While printing our 12-page Microsoft Word monochrome text document, the HL-L2390dw churned in the speed of 33.8ppm, or nearly 2ppm quicker than its score. In addition, it overcome the Canon D570 by about 5ppm, the Canon MF249dw by roughly 6ppm, and also HP's M130fw by about 18ppm--a strong showing all around. (I should also point out that the Canon MF227dw was analyzed under a previous benchmarking regimen with different software and test files; utilizing those outcomes here for comparison wouldn't be practical.)

When I joined the results from the previous 12-page Word file using those from printing our several Acrobat, PowerPoint, an Excel documents containing color, graphics, and bitmap graphics, the HL-L2390dw managed 10.6ppm on this part of our test, and that, that time, was almost 6ppm slower compared to the Canon MF249dw and the Canon D570.

I printed two highly detailed and vibrant images several times, averaging the outcomes. The HL-L2390DW printed our sample images in 12 seconds, which will be about 4 or 5 seconds slower than another monochrome laser printers talked about within this review. That's more than quick enough for churning these little grayscale pictures.

Terrific Type and Grayscale
Exactly what exactly the Brother HL-L2390DW lacks features and capacity, it makes up for in output speed and quality. The text in our sample papers came out well-shaped and highly legible almost all the way down to the smallest form size we test--4 points.

Our full-page, grayscale business graphics and files containing embedded photos printed well, too. For the large part, fills were solid, with minimal banding, and hairlines printed from end to end. I did, however, notice in some charts the delineation of grayscale from 1 color to the next was sometimes abrupt. In other words, I have seen better-delineated grayscale in the drawings produced on competing models, especially the Canon MF249dw and D570.

Graphics were about average, and that isn't bad considering everything you will need is grayscale outputsignal, which is also true of this Brother HL-L2390dw's photograph output. It's good for in-house handouts and these, but likely not the best when you are attempting to impress would-be clients or customers.

Average Running Prices
Lower-end laser printers, either monochrome or tend to cost a bit too much to work with, and also at 3.6 cents per page (CPP), the Brother HL-L2390DW is about run of the mill. Remember that for each 10,000 pages that you publish, a 1-cent difference in per-page running costs will run about $100. If page prices are your concern, you may be better off using a higher-end laser model.

A Nifty Little Print and Copy Appliance
The Brother HL-L2390DW is an inexpensive, small, and also pretty speedy black AIO printer. It prints and copies more than adequately for in-house supply and also for front-counter quotes and receipts, although an ADF would offer increased value in some situations. Many competing models, such as our top choice, the Canon ImageClass MF249dw, come with an ADF; and should you need good-looking black and grayscale images, you need to consider the Canon MF249dw and a few other non invasive Canon models, including, say, the ImageClass D570. If all you need is decent monochrome prints using the occasional copy chucked in at a sensible cost per page, the Brother HL-L2390DW needs to serve your entry printing needs nicely, particularly for text files and simple graphics.

Operating System Support :
Android, Apple Mac OS X 10.10, Linux, MS Windows 7 (32/64 bits), MS Windows Server 2008 (32/64-bits), MS Windows Server 2012 R2 x64 Edition, MS Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 (32/64-bits), Windows 10 S, Windows 8 (32/64-bits), Windows 8.1 (32/64-bits), Windows Phone, iOS, macOS 10.12, macOS 10.13

Brother HL-L2390dw Full Driver & Software Package Windows
XP/Vista/7/7/8.18/10 32 & 64 Bit
Printer Driver & Scanner Driver for Local Connection Windows (32 & 64 Bit)
Add Printer Wizard Driver Windows 
XML Paper Specification Printer Driver Windows
Software Update Notification Updater Windows 
Brother HL-L2390dw Full Driver & Software Package for Mac OS
Printer Driver for Mac OS
iPrint&Scan Push Scan Tool for Mac OS


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