Comparing Brother MFCL2750DW and HP Neverstop MFP 1202w
Customers like Brother MFCL2750DW somewhat moreBrother MFCL2750DW, the pricier option, tends to get more favorable reviews than HP Neverstop MFP 1202w. In our awesomeness score Brother MFCL2750DW ranks #4 out of 283 and HP Neverstop MFP 1202w ranks #3 out of 283.
Go to awesomeness ranking Go to consumer score ranking
Brother MFCL2750DW is more popular
Go to popularity ranking
|Table: Top compared alternatives for Brother MFCL2750DW and HP Neverstop MFP 1202w|
|HP Neverstop MFP 1202w||$300|
|Xerox Phaser 6510||$369|
|Brother HL-L2380DW||$349||More Popular Better Reviews|
|HP Color LaserJet Pro M255dw||$299||Cheaper Better Reviews|
- Perfect all-in-one – The MFC-L2750DW developed for the busy home or small office, Brother’s latest compact laser all-in-one printer features advanced printing at 36 pages per minute(1) as well as faxing, copying, and scanning capabilities
- Read more
- Lowest cost per page on laser printing in-class: This reloadable laser printer offers black-and-white printing at 21 ppm, scan, copy, wireless capabilities, a 150-sheet paper tray, and a mess-free toner refill experience
- Read more
The four main functions of printers are: printing, scanning, photocopying, and faxing. Either your device will be print only, print/scan/copy, or an all-in-one printer that does printing, scanning, copying, and faxing. Note that scanning and copying almost always come together, since the hardware for these features overlaps significantly. Generally speaking, all-in-one printers are larger, so those with space constraints may find this to be an inconvenience. Additionally, printers with a fax feature are typically more expensive. It would be wise to only consider this feature if you plan to fax often. If not, you’ll be satisfied with a print/scan/copy device.
Printers with an LCD screen/display give you the option to control some settings directly on the printer, such as a one-touch print, scan, copy, or fax. You may also be able to adjust print quality, preview the print job, and/or view connection settings. Some screens are programmed to offer setup instructions for easy installation. For those who are not particularly tech savvy, this could be helpful.
LCD screens can be color or black and white, touchscreen or not, and vary in size across brands and models. The larger the touch screen, usually the easier it is to use the controls.