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Brother HL-L2390DW Wireless Monochrome All-In-One Laser Printer EXPIRED

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Staples.com has Brother HL-L2390DW Wireless Monochrome All-In-One Laser Printer on sale for $75.54 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks StrawMan86

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  3. Apply coupon code 12018 in your cart
  4. Your final total will be $75.54 (or slightly higher depending on your filler) with free shipping
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Staples [staples.com] has Brother HL-L2390DW Wireless Monochrome All-In-One Laser Printer for $99.99 - $25 off $100 w/ coupon code 12018. Shipping is free.Note, coupon says excludes technology/PCs but I was able to purchase. Coupon expires 2/14.
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trying to save you guys the headache of going through this like I have. After you thought you made the purchase and given order confirmation, they will send you two emails. One that states that the printer no longer available or no longer can be fulfilled for your order. The other email is the confirmation of the order without the printer. Avoid as much as possible.
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The main difference is that the 2395 model has an ethernet adapter if you want to run a cable to your router. But both have USB and WiFi. The 2395 has touch screen controls while the 2390 does not. 2395 supports some scan to cloud features (e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive). Might be convenient and useful if you use those. 2395 prints up to 36 ppm while the 2390 prints up to 32 ppm which is not that drastic / minimal.
Double the RAM on the 2395, too.
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link redirect blocked by ad can't even open
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https://www.staples.com/xerox-workcentre-6027-ni-all-in-one-color-led-laser-printer/product_1558160

How about this?
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Got an email that the product is out of stock. So they're going to ship me the filler item only. Deceptive on staples end.
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I really need a 2nd printer but it needs an ADF.
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For those who question the need for a fax, you do realize that faxes are still being used by lots of people, right? No, you don't.

I am a CPA, and while I do have many clients who scan and e-mail documents to me, I have more than a few who still use a fax machine. They do not have scanners.

And more importantly, the Internal Revenue Service will ONLY allow items to be sent to them via Fax. Absolutely No E-Mails! So if you think that fax machines are for the dark ages, perhaps you should tell that to the IRS. That may not be important to everybody, but it certainly is to me.

Thinking of just buying a used machine on EBay or Craigslist, since deals on true All In One machines seem to be few and far between. But Slick Deals is great if you want a Not All In One machine missing fax capability.

And I think it's a crock that they can slowly transition their advertising, by claiming that these are the same All In One machines that used to have Fax. Because there was a time when All In One meant it had fax capability, but while these no longer do, they continue using the terminology.
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Off topic ... Brother has too many models now. Many seem the same or with only one minor difference. That's besides the point right now. What I'm wondering is that many are very reasonably priced and other cost way too much thought they all seem similar. Is there a cheap line that isn't as durable as the pricier line? There's currently a deal on SD for one that is wireless and high paper capacity and that's all she wrote, nothing else and it's one of the costlier ones I've seen on SD at over $100 listed as a deal. It's the old, basic, original HP design that just spits the paper out the top in a tray at the top. Even HP had a version that you could get cheap and later add a high capacity paper tray to it. There are a slew of Brother printers that go on sale for between $40 and $100. Why is that Brother that is high capacity. I can't find it now but it was at least $125 on sale. Thanks!
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Thanks, just ordered one! Better than the $85 deal a few days ago.Edit: Crap, I also got the Item unavailable email. Will see if I can cancel the $.50 item.
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I have this and it prints great, but the WiFi connectivity is infuriating. Every time it sleeps it becomes undiscoverable on my network even though the printer shows as being connected. I have to go through the connection wizard on the printer every time I need to print something, so I just wait until I have a lot to print then go through the reconnection process.
Have you tried giving the printer a static IP address? That worked for me when I had the same issue.
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Have you tried giving the printer a static IP address? That worked for me when I had the same issue.
Same boat as me, even w/ static ip assigned on my router, it still forces me to discover the network again.
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Any recommendation for a good economical color laser printer for home use?
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You'd think in 2020 that native scan to email capabilities would be a no brainer in any all-in-one device, especially since my 15+ year old Canon can do it no problem. Well not so much with these Brother units. The only way to configure it is to use their bloated, barely functional software on every PC that needs the feature. If you're getting this for home use its probably not a deal killer. If you're getting this for even a small office then don't walk but run away from it at all costs. Oh and the drums don't last very long and need to be replaced unlike many other brands. Make sure to factor that into your cost comparisons when looking for other devices.

Sincerely,
One IT guy who is tired of this PoS printer
It is a no brainer if you log into the web interface that's been built-into every Brother multi-function since at least 2007. I have almost 20 Brother devices and only the inkjet doesn't have the web interface. You can easily set up anything you want (and even more--great for IT) without any bloat.

Not sure what you mean about the drums not lasting. Our 4 generation previous model to this one is still on the original drum and it's currently at almost 6000 pages.

One thing that is nice is that the drum and toner are separate so you can replace as needed. And don't skimp on the supplies. If you use genuine Brother stuff these things will last a very long time--we have 100k+ on two of our machines and the only one that had anything break had 'compatible' crap in it--never again. You can also get the longer life toner and set the toner saver settings and reduce the dpi--no one can tell 600dpi from 300dpi unless you know printing--and most people don't. You can easily exceed the rated page count of toners doing this.
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Any good recommendations on a color version? I know little about laser printers and want to upgrade from an inkjet.
Almost anything will be an upgrade from an inkjet. I know where to get some color ones cheap that are great open box units--the CDW Outlet.Smilie
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Why do you want a color version? In general if you want to print pictures, an inkjet will do a much better job. Color laser is really only good for office-type work where you need to print out graphs and spreadsheets that have different colors.
No--only high end inkjets with special paper will be better than a color laser. Consumer inkjets are the worse garbage ever created.
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