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Brother HL 760 Review

Brother HL 760 Monochrome Printer

Brother HL 760 Monochrome Printer

The Brother HL 760 is a compact and affordable non-color laser printer for a home or workgroup. This printer can produce up to 17 pages per minute with resolutions up to 600 x 600 dpi. It uses a USB drive for set up and recognition from computer. The Brother toner cartridges will create crisp, clear black text with laser precision.  And with its compact size this printer will be able to fit in anywhere in the office.  The printer will be able to emulate almost every application automatically and contains Brother’s Advanced Photoscale Technology for quality graphics and images.

The Brother HL 760 toner cartridges also contain Thermal monochrome pigment technology making printouts resistant to water and smudging allowing users to handle projects immediately after printed.  The printer can also print directly onto envelopes and a variety of presentation paper to give projects a professional look.  Additionally, the printer contains a significant sized paper tray, being able to hold up to 250 sheets. The Brother HL 760 also allows multiple peripheral devices to be connected to the printer. And with a manual bypass paper feed, printing directly onto a variety of media becomes effortless. This device can also send and receive faxes.

To help lower operating costs, affordable laser toner is available in Compatible cartridges and Remanufactured drum units.  The best value being offered is the 3 Pack Combo of Compatible Brother TN200HL / TN250 / TN300HL / TN5000PF Black toner cartridges. For individual purchase you can get the Brother Compatible TN200HL / TN250 / TN300HL / TN5000PF Black toner cartridge and the Remanufactured Brother DR-200 Drum Unit.  Also available are the original equipment manufactured cartridges in the Genuine Brother TN200HL Black toner cartridge and the Genuine Brother DR 200 Drum Unit.


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