Brother HL-L3210CW Colour Laser Printer Review 🖨

Brother HL-L3210CW Colour Laser Printer Review

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This practical colour printer is designed to print quietly while also offering up to 18 pages per minute print speed. With the large 250 sheet paper capacity, and large inbox toner, this machine is easy to set up and start printing straight from the box.
Key features include – Quick print speeds of up to 18 pages per minute and a large paper capacity of 250 sheets. Wireless connectivity is included and you can print straight from your mobile or tablet.

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Comments

Harry Kerr says:

Great video as usual

Sena .S says:

Good for use home, work,school? Economicol?

Darren Gator says:

Even though this printer was not made for photos it still does a really nice job. The average user would not really notice the backgrounds too much.

Debbie Taylor says:

Could I use card in this printer. I make hand made cards and wondered if this printer would be suitable for this kind of thing.

Sharron Ferreira says:

Great review Dave! I’m in the printer business, and sell many Brother printers, although here in Australia. I’m going to look to see what the Australian model is called tomorrow when back at work.
If anyone wants to know, Brother should have a Multifunction version of this printer available as well, so if you want to copy and scan, there should be one available (although a bit more expensive than this one).

Jackie Connell says:

hi what is the cost of the ink?

Bazza says:

Thanks for the video Dave. Just as a request / recommendation would you be able to provide measurements in future videos for products of this type? I can find them myself but whilst watching your review I had my own printer next to me and I was wondering if this is small enough to occupy the same space. Thanks.

ChowDownDetroit [Seoung Lee] says:

great price! my black & white laserjet without wifi was $100 and this is only $169. i think i might buy this from your link!

Kevin Monceaux says:

That’s not a laser printer. Instead of using a laser to draw the images on the drums, the bars under the top cover that fold out of the way when the cover is opened contain arrays of LEDs that draw the images on the drums.

paulb4uk says:

Not a bad price I paid that for an Epson inkjet about 20 years ago ..

Junrex Henson says:

Morning dave

ForeverMods says:

Really appreciate your disclaimer and honest reviews

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