The Brother MFC-J430w is a compact all-in-one printer with wireless networking and auto document feeder. You can read a helpful MFC-J430w review from users here.
As a concise overview, the MFC-J430w allows you to print, copy, scan and fax and is ideal for the small or home office. This printer could be shared with multiple computers on a network using the wireless (802.11b/g/n) network connection. And if you need a fast printing the MFC-J430w’s speed is 33 ppm black/ 26 ppm color.
- Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) networking
- Unattended fax, copy or scan using up to 20-page ADF
- 1.9" color LCD display for easy menu navigation
- Fast print speeds up to 33 ppm black and 26 ppm color
- Vivid, borderless photo printing up to 6000 x 1200 dpi
Other main features are: unattended fax, copy or scan up to 20-sheet auto document feeder; high quality printing with droplet sizes as small as 1.5 picoliters and high resolutions up to 6000 x 1200dpi; 4-Cartridge Ink System so only change the cartridge that needs to be replaced; and you can reduce ink consumption using Ink Save Mode.
For ink cartridges, you can use LC71BK, LC71C, LC71M, LC71Y, LC75BK, LC75C, LC75M, LC75Y, LC752PKS, LC753PKS for your MFC-J430w printer.
If you often use some mobile devices there is a good news. The MFC-J430w can be connected with your mobile phone. With iPrint & Scan application it allows you to print images (jpeg and PDF) from and scan to your Apple, Android or Windows Phone 7 (JPEG only).
The price tag of MFC-J430w is $99,99. For the price and almost all key features offered the MFC-J430w is the same with MFC-J280W and MFC-J425W. So if you’re curious which one is better between MFC-J430w vs MFC-J280W vs MFC-J425W? The answer is all these printers have a similar specifications.