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Brother IntelliFAX 4100 Fax Machine
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- Transmits faxes in 6 seconds per page
- Easy controls and 2-line LCD screen
- 8 MB fax memory, about 500 pages
- Broadcasts to 182 locations
- 30-page autodocument feeder; 1-year warranty
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This business-class laser fax with 8MB memory can store up to 500 pages for out-of-paper reception or fax broadcasting to up to 182 separate locations. Dual access capability and quick scan let you scan faxes into memory as fast as 2 seconds per page while the unit is sending or receiving.
A 30-page auto document feeder, 250-sheet standard paper capacity, and 132 station auto dialing standard combine with a high monthly duty cycle and high yield consumables to handle demanding business applications. An optional second 250-sheet lower paper tray is available for handling higher volume applications, or for loading different paper sizes simultaneously. Delivering high speed laser performance and reliability at low operating costs it also copies at up to 15 copies/minute, sorts, enlarges and reduces. This model is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor.
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Pros: Laser so faxes are crisp and clear and cost to operate is really cheap. No problem with operation, worked for 2 years on project with several thousand faxes. Can do one touch faxes or group send, all the features you would want.
Cons: I can't think of any, it worked in a very dirty environment, dusty construction site and is still working.
The other fax was more reliable until just a month ago, when recipients began complaining of a black stripe down the side of their fax. We followed Brother's recommendations and cleaned various parts inside, but the only thing that fixed it was unplugging and pluggings back in the power. Even then, it was only a temporary fix. A local repair shop estimates around $150 to repair what the think is a bad scanner.
Maybe I just got a bad batch of these, but I would suggest caution before buying one.