Text quality is at the bottom of a very tight range where most color lasers fall, making it more than good enough for almost any business need, even if you use small fonts. David Stone is an award-winning freelance writer and computer industry consultant. The printer was purchased as a replacement for our small office and so far it has been great value for money. The Samsung printer came in at 6ppm. Print wirelessly without having to go through a wireless access point. Graphics quality is dead on par, making it easily good enough for output going to an important client you need to impress with your professionalism.

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HL-LCDW | Wireless All-in-One Colour Laser | Brother UK

Brother rates the HL-LCDW at 32 pages per minute ppmwhich is the speed you should see when printing text documents or other files that don’t need much processing time. Our nearest equivalent can be found here.

The lh is outstanding and it was very much plug and play. This website is using cookies. One other plus for the printer is that—assuming it’s connected to a network—it will support mobile printing, both for printing from mobile devices over Wi-Fi and for printing through the cloud.


This newsletter may contain advertising, deals, or affiliate links. We just entered our wireless router settings into the printer when asked and 88350cdw them automatically became available to the network. By continuing to browse you are accepting our Privacy Policy.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Poolguy from Glad we swapped to Brother We have three printers in our office and have always swore by another maker in the 8350ccdw. It’s a touch short of what I’d want for high-quality desktop publishing, however. What the website won’t tell you is that the HL-LCDW delivered notably better-looking output for graphics and photos on our tests, which easily justifies the extra cost even if you don’t need Wi-Fi.

Although a confirmed generalist, with writing credits on subjects as varied as ape language experiments, politics, quantum physics, and an overview of a top company in the gaming industry. Excellent paper handling for a micro or small office, or a workgroup. It’s the same size and weight, it offers the same excellent paper handling, and it even uses the same toner cartridges.

Brother HL-LCDW Review & Rating |

And because a 0. This product has been discontinued. David Stone is an award-winning freelance writer and computer industry consultant. We are absolutely delighted with this Brother printer. If you need Wi-Fi, however, or care about graphics quality, the Brother HL-LCDW’s combination nl fast speed, excellent paper handling, and good quality for text and graphics could well make it your preferred color laser printer.


Features and Specifications General. The Brother HL-LCDW color laser printer delivers high-quality text and graphics, along with excellent speed and paper handling, for a micro or small office. It is a lot quieter, seems quicker and is easier to setup and change cartridges. Find a local store.

88350cdw carton w x d x h mm With carton For my tests, I connected the printer by its Ethernet port and installed the driver on a system running Windows Vista. David is also an expert in imaging technologies including bdother, moni Our nearest equivalent can be found here The new HL-LCDW will help even the smallest office increase productivity by allowing staff to create crisp, clear professional colour prints at a fraction of the price.

Find out more Accept. The Xerox printer has the edge on output quality, which is why it’s Editors’ Choice.

HL-L8350CDW Colour Laser Printer + Duplex, Wireless

The printer was purchased as a replacement for our small office and so far it has been great value for money. Cons Photos are slightly subpar for a color laser. The Best Printers for PCMag reviews products independentlybut we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page.

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