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Staples has Brother HL-L2320D Monochrome Laser Printer + Filler Item on sale for $54.99 when you apply $15 off $60 coupon code 27659 in cart. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks august_leo

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SD price yesterday was $59.99 and item went out of stock at the end of the day.

It looks like this printer is back in stock and with coupon code 27659 ($15 off Online Orders of $60), it is cheaper than yesterday's deal by $5.

https://www.staples.com/Brother-H...ct_1074269 >OOS for Delivery, you may select free store pickup where available
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Just to note I got the Brother HLL2370DW from staples for $75 a couple months ago, it's wireless. For those who are certain you'll keep it plugged in or have a cheap print server (raspberry pi) at home OP's printer is fine. But it's convenient/flexible to have a wireless printer in the future if you move around so you can place the printer anywhere in your house and not where your main computer is.
I say this every couple months when a brother laser printer goes for a deal.

I got one nearly 7 years ago for $70, and it has ran like a champ and survived three moves. Also ink is dirt cheap if you go third party. The one I have has the wireless component, but I dont even use it. Strictly USB and never had any issues. Although I am wondering if driver support will eventually go away with my model and newer OS's since it is getting up there in age.
AFAIK, if you connect it to the USB port in most routers, the router will act as a print server. This means it becomes wireless enabled.

This is even better than it being wireless. You print wirelessly, and you have one less wireless device connected to your network (and slowing it down)

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Was considering buying this and this coupon pushed me over the edge. Ordered one for delivery. Thanks OP
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Does it come with ink or i have to order ink separately?
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Mine came with ink. You do need to order the usb wire separately though
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Was considering buying this and this coupon pushed me over the edge. Ordered one for delivery. Thanks OP
Did you survive the fall? EEK!
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Just to note I got the Brother HLL2370DW from staples for $75 a couple months ago, it's wireless. For those who are certain you'll keep it plugged in or have a cheap print server (raspberry pi) at home OP's printer is fine. But it's convenient/flexible to have a wireless printer in the future if you move around so you can place the printer anywhere in your house and not where your main computer is.
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I say this every couple months when a brother laser printer goes for a deal.

I got one nearly 7 years ago for $70, and it has ran like a champ and survived three moves. Also ink is dirt cheap if you go third party. The one I have has the wireless component, but I dont even use it. Strictly USB and never had any issues. Although I am wondering if driver support will eventually go away with my model and newer OS's since it is getting up there in age.
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AFAIK, if you connect it to the USB port in most routers, the router will act as a print server. This means it becomes wireless enabled.

This is even better than it being wireless. You print wirelessly, and you have one less wireless device connected to your network (and slowing it down)
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I say this every couple months when a brother laser printer goes for a deal.

I got one nearly 7 years ago for $70, and it has ran like a champ and survived three moves. Also ink is dirt cheap if you go third party. The one I have has the wireless component, but I dont even use it. Strictly USB and never had any issues. Although I am wondering if driver support will eventually go away with my model and newer OS's since it is getting up there in age.
Agreed, I have one as well that I bought 8 years ago. Moved 3 times, used genuine and third party ink, used on Windows and Macs, used via USB and wireless, and it just keeps chugging along.

For me, I never update the firmware even though it keeps telling me to cause I hear horror stories of people not being able to use 3rd party ink afterwards. If it works, no need to update is my motto for a printer
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AFAIK, if you connect it to the USB port in most routers, the router will act as a print server. This means it becomes wireless enabled.

This is even better than it being wireless. You print wirelessly, and you have one less wireless device connected to your network (and slowing it down)
Elegant solution but limits where you can place the printer. Wonder if a WiFi extender has the ability to accept a usb input
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Elegant solution but limits where you can place the printer. Wonder if a WiFi extender has the ability to accept a usb input
It would work if the specific model extender supported that. It's not like anyone would care about the added latency on a print job 😁
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I would get this if I didn't have one already. That and my trophy YMMV free cannon copier from more than 7 years ago
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I've been looking for one and I think I'll finally going to get it. Just a heads up, Staples sends personalized coupons all the time. Check your email. I had a $25 off $75. I added paper and got both for $51+tax
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Bought this 2 days ago arrived in less than 24 hrs which was amazing. So far test prints on it were great. Ordered this because of the price of replacement cartridges.
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