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Brother MFC-L8900CDW Business Color Laser All-in-One Printer, Advanced Duplex & Wireless Networking, Business Printing, Flexible Network Connectivity, Mobile Device Printing & Scanning

Product Description

The BrotherMFC-L8900CDW color laser All-in-One is an exceptional multi-use option for businesses that require large print and copy volume without compromising quality. This high-performance All-in-One helps to increase productivity with lightning-quick print speeds up to 33 ppm and scan speeds for double-sided pages up to 58 ipm. Advanced security features help limit document and device access and lower costs by restricting color printing. The Brother All-in-One is an affordable business solution that delivers secure document handling with quality output.

This diverse office printer and copier is incredibly flexible. The built-in wireless 802.11b/g/n and Gigabit Ethernet network interface allows for easy setup and sharing on your wireless or wired network. Print from your mobile devices via AirPrint, Google Cloud Print2.0, Mopria, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, Wi-Fi Direct and NFC. You can also scan to your mobile devices with the Brother iPrint&Scan application and to popular destinations including SharePoint, email, SSH Server (SFTP), cloud services, and more thanks to a 70-page capacity auto document feeder or legal-size document glass.

The MFC-L8900CDW All-in-One produces reports, charts, brochures, presentations, and other important business documents with sharp text and vivid color. The 5” color Touchscreen display infused into the Brother All-in-One offers easy navigation of the menu and creation of up to 64 customized shortcuts. Plus, free online, phone, and live-chat customer support are available for the lifetime of the device.

Price: $489.95

  • ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION: The Brother MFC-L8900CDW Color Laser All-in-One is an exceptional printer for businesses that require large print and copy volume
  • BUSINESS PRINTING & COPYING: This printer increases productivity with print speeds up to 33 ppm and scan speeds for double-sided pages up to 58 ipm
  • CONNECTIVITY: Built-in wireless 802.11b/g/n and Gigabit Ethernet network interface allows for easy set up and sharing on a wireless or wired network
  • ADVANCED SCANNING: Wirelessly scan to mobile devices with the Brother iPrint&Scan or popular destinations including SharePoint and more.5″ COLOR TOUCHSCREEN: The 5″ color Touchscreen display offers easy navigation of the menu and creation of up to 64 customized shortcuts
  • Printer Driver Compatibility:Windows, Mac OS, Linux

Wahclella attempt 2
I had to redo this in a vertical orientation…for an actual job! This is one of 7 images that will be going in a medical office building, this particular one will be 20×30, the others will be 24×36. I’m stoked!

In my previous post of this I manually masked out layers for dynamic range, this one I thought I would give photomatix another try as I hadn’t used it for some time. I must say I’m really happy with the results; what do you all think?

I’ve been busy lately building a new computer from scratch which is running pretty solid now. For those geeks that care it’s an i7 2.8ghz (will be oc’n it to around 4ghz when I have the time, although it’s smokin fast the way it is) 8gb ram, 60g ssd for os and apps, 2 1tb drives in a raid 1 array. I went with a 24" HP ZR24w which I’m loving; I actually like it better than the Dreamcolor, the full gamut of the DC was too much considering hardly any monitors out there can display the colors it can and no printers either, I was constantly fighting it to get what I want. This monitor covers the full sRGB spectrum which I think is all you need
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  1. I think I like the original better.

    Also good selection on the new computer.

  2. Really nice work on the photograph… After looking at the original, I like this edit better… much more definition and clarity. Keep up the great work!

  3. Here’s the original
    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidkingham/4758761540]


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  5. Wow…Gorgeous!


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  7. Wonderful photostream

    C’est Si Bon! group invites you to join our group and add this wonderful photo as well as your other photography to our pool. PLEASE READ GROUP RULES FIRST
    C’est Si Bon!

  8. congrats david – sweeet shot
    when we going up to dream lake – sept some time ?

  9. Congrats man!

    I’ve definitely seen your stuff improve over the years.
    Keep up the good work.

  10. 85 of 88 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding Multi-Function Printer/Copier/Fax/Scanner, April 24, 2017

    By Marvin Eric Nix

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    This review is from: Brother MFC-L8900CDW Business Color Laser All-in-One Printer, Advanced Duplex & Wireless Networking, Business Printing, Flexible Network Connectivity, Mobile Device Printing & Scanning (Office Product)

    I upgraded my old Brother MFC-9970CDW to the new MFC-L8900CDW this weekend. It was being shipped FedEx and was scheduled to be delivered on Monday, but I called FedEx and was able to pick it up on Saturday. I spend about an hour configuring all the options, installing additional paper trays (1 250-sheet and 1 500-sheet), and testing the printer. It’s a big improvement over the MFC-9970CDW, which was a workhorse in our home office.

    The printer is much quieter than my old one and when compared to other brands. There is a quiet setting that makes it even quieter, but this occurs at the sacrifice of some speed. The fax machine is pretty standard for all faxes. I was able to fax without difficulty using the normal compatibility setting via a Cisco adapter that converts analog to IP for RingCentral.

    I am very impressed with the L8900CDW’s ability to customize scan functions. Perhaps this was present on the 9970CDW and I didn’t explore it. I have mine configured with icons to scan to my iMac’s desktop, scan to my personal email, scan to my wife’s email, or send to a fire department where I’m medical director.

    The quiet function is great (definitely can tell a difference), but it is slower (took twice as long to print a test 30-page PDF).

    Also, Amazon Dash Replinishment isn’t active yet. This printer isn’t listed as a supported model. I emailed Brother USA and was advised it’s too new and will be available soon.

    Overall, this is a great printer. One of the best multi-function machines you could buy. I highly recommend it!

  11. Thanks everyone, I am really liking the new version as well


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  13. Thanks James, I took a close look and couldn’t see anything odd, I think I like it better than enfuse now…

  14. nice work .. i’m quite partial to viewing nicely done Photomatix work though!

  15. Congrats! I really like it.

  16. Major congrats on the sale and nice reworking. I love my Dell U2400 and have a buddy who bought the very same monitor you are raving about and he digs it too. And too cool you have been building a PC too, must be the season. I have my 930 running at 4ghz on air no problem, enjoy the speed.


    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  17. Beautiful, glad to hear about the big prints, that trip paid off!
    As far as photomatix, I would just check out the fine detail when viewed at 100%, sometimes there are stray lines and color fringes verses the photoshop way. It would be a bummer to find that out after it was already printed.

  18. I really like how the new image focuses on the foreground segment. Making the waterfall a hidden element adds to its allure. Congrats on the job!

  19. 141 of 146 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great machine, not so Cloud friendly, July 26, 2017

    By N. Demarco
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    Brother MFC-L8900CDW review

    This machine makes a lot of promises and lives up to most of them. I needed a new multi-function machine. My inkjet-based Epson was no longer cutting it. The ink cartridges were a pain, with nozzles drying up. The world had moved forward, and the Epson couldn’t scan directly to Google Drive. I was doing the USB drive shuffle to move files.

    A new machine would have to be laser. Color was a must. It had to scan and print duplex. The consumables had to be reasonably priced. Most importantly, it had to support web services like scanning to Google Drive, Dropbox, Box. It had to support cloud printing like Google Cloud Print. Hint: It does, but is not perfect.

    The Brother MFC-L8900CDW had just been released. Specwise, it met my needs. It’s a color laser printer with a duplex ADF scanner. The consumables are individually replaceable, and it supported web scanning and printing. It was also available on Amazon, so I knew I wouldn’t be stuck with it if I was disappointed.

    The machine is solid and attractive. The build quality is typical of other Brother products. The design is minimal and clean. Setup was mostly simple. Pull it out of the box, remove a few strips of tape, plug it in and start printing. Print and scan quality are great, but that’s expected by now. The machine is appropriately fast and quiet. I’ve printed 350 pages. To date, not one has jammed.

    Cloud services work, but with some difficulties. Here’s where Brother could make some improvements. Sure, the services are there. Finding and enabling them is tough. Scanning to Google Drive is not so great.

    Enabling Cloud Print isn’t a simple matter. First, it isn’t well documented. It can’t be done from the control panel. You have to sign on to the web interface. You have to go to Network tab, then to the Protocol section, where you’ll find the Google Cloud Print protocol setup information. Not obvious, and not simple. Once you’ve set it up, however, cloud printing works perfectly.

    Scanning to Google Drive was one of the main reasons I needed a new MFC. Scanning works, but has a few flaws. Many days, I’m scanning a few documents, each with a few pages. Getting through each document involves pressing a button, waiting for a “Connecting…” message, then pressing another button, waiting for another “Connecting…” message. Worse, once the document has been scanned, it then uploads the document, page by page. The upload is slow, taking 5-10 seconds per page. You’re blocked from doing anything else (like scanning your next document) during this time.

    I’m tempted to walk away during scans, but cannot. If the scan doesn’t upload, I get no persistent error message. The error appears, then disappears, so I’m not sure if the scan completed. The only way to know for sure is to go to Google Drive and verify all scanned documents are present.

    Reaching out to Brother, I explained the scanning difficulties. Their tech support team responded like a large company. I was told this is the way it works, and nothing can be done.

    In the end, I chose to keep the Brother MFC-L8900CDW. Its benefits outweighed the scanning issues. I use it daily, and without further issue. I’m hopeful Brother will improve the documentation for web services setup. Before writing this review, I updated the machine to firmware version 1.05

    I’m mostly hopeful they’ll revisit the scanning workflow and error reporting. It seems like a small issue on an otherwise fantastic machine.


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  21. 41 of 41 people found the following review helpful

    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Scans different size than original document – Brother says there is nothing they can do. CRAP., January 30, 2018

    By Trent Woods

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    This printer/scanner uniit appears to be good at first, but then you will discover that it scans documents in a different size than everyone else in the world. “Letter” is 8.5″ x 11″ right? Not according to Brother. When you scan a “letter” size document, the resulting PDF/Word/jpeg is actually only 8.24″ x 10.76″. That’s right – the scan is NO LONGER 8.5″ x 11″. Why is this a problem? When you try to upload letter size documents to websites, this Brother-scanned-document is no longer letter sized and is rejected. I contacted Brother and explained the problem and their tech support literally told me “there is nothing Brother can do about that.” I asked why every other company in the world can make a scanned letter document actually be letter sized, and the agent said “I can’t speak for other companies, but there is nothing that Brother can do.” I will never buy another Brother again and I suggest you do the same.





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