Brother MFC-490CW Printer Review from Inkgrabber.com

The MFC 490CW is a sleek stylish color inkjet all-in-one printer with wireless and wired capabilities making printing, scanning, faxing and sharing documents and images possible.  Having a 3.3 inch widescreen color LCD display makes editing and enhancing images easy.  And this printer is ideal for sending and receiving faxes.

With a SmartFax feature, the printer will always be able to detect whether the incoming call is a fax or a message.  Additionally, the Brother MFC 490CW printer contains a 15-sheet auto document feeder for convenient unattended faxes, copying, or scanning.  This device can even print from your Apple® or Android™ mobile device with a downloadable app.  Unlike some other comparable printers you only need to change the ink cartridge that needs to be replaced. 

To help lower operating costs, compatible cartridges are available.  The Brother compatible LC 61 series is the best value being offered in a set of ten. For individual purchase you can get the Brother Compatible LC61BK (black ink), LC61C (Cyan ink), LC61M (magenta ink), LC61Y (yellow ink). The original cartridges are also available for individual sale.  The Genuine Brother LC61 cartridges come in the same four colors (LC61BK, LC61C, LC61M, and LC61Y).

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1 Response to “Brother MFC-490CW Printer Review from Inkgrabber.com”


  1. 1 HPCLprinter June 25, 2011 at 5:16 am

    this is very interesting article. many knowledge to new user.


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