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Brother's printers contain a mode that automatically goes into what it calls "Deep Sleep". Deep Sleep is a mode that was intended to protect against overusing power, but instead ends up causing the user to need to restart the printer by unplugging it and plugging it back in if it goes 50 minutes without use. See More
This home printer makes sure to keep the noise down as compared to other printers. If you've never owned a laser printer, it may be louder than an inkjet, but it is one of the quietest on the market. Although, some seem to say that this printer is "as quiet as a mouse". See More
Common for laser printers, the L2340 prints very sharp and crisp text. The text can be readable even at two-point font, while larger letters have beautiful and sharp edges and dark centres. For text prints, the quality of this printer is good enough for business use. See More
Buying expensive ink/toner for home-use can be annoying. The Brother HL-L2340DW has extremely low printing costs. One page worth of toner costs only 1.7 cents. It beats most non-professional laser printers in terms of costs. Compared to inkjet printers, you save around $10 after having printed just 250 pages. See More
This is a great pick for home-use, if you need a simple and reliable printer. While many budget printers are a nightmare to set up, this one is very easy to both set up and troubleshoot. According to users' reviews it's likely to last for years, so there probably won't be a need to fix it or get a new one any time soon. See More