Brother MFC-4650 Toner Cartridges

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Black toner cartridges for the Brother MFC-4650 printer

Compatible Brother TN-200 Black Toner Cartridge (Replaces TN200 Laser Printer Cartridge)
  • Black toner cartridge
  • Premium brand recycled toner cartridge

    Made using recycled Brother cartridges, this premium brand cartridge is a direct replacement for the Brother version.

    Manufactured to strict quality standards, our premium cartridges produce high quality prints and are very reliable - in fact, we use them in our offices and recommend them to friends, family and other businesses.

    Note that by using this cartridge, you will not be invalidating the standard warranty on your Brother printer.

    As with everything we sell, they are covered by our 100% money back guarantee.

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0.5p per page

Price per page

This figure is based on manufacturer quoted values and is for comparison purposes only.

It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

2,500 pages
1 £13.60 (£16.32 inc VAT)
2 £10.22 (£12.26 inc VAT)
3+ £9.03 (£10.84 inc VAT)
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0.5p per page

Price per page

This figure is based on manufacturer quoted values and is for comparison purposes only.

It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

2,500 pages
£13.60 (£16.32 inc VAT)

Free next-day delivery

1
Multi-buy discount
2 £10.22 (£12.26 inc VAT)
3+ £9.03 (£10.84 inc VAT)

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Brother MFC-4650 Printer Review

Expert review of the Brother MFC-4650 printer 07 January 2013

Our Verdict:

Aimed at small offices, this monochrome multifunction device has a compact build and ample paper capacity for basic document production needs. The Brother MFC-4650 all-in-one laser printer includes a fax machine, sheetfed scanner, and a 400dpi digital copier, and it is also includes a telephone handset, but it is slow and the expandability options are very limited.

Design

The Brother MFC-4650 multifunction printer measures 18 inches wide, 9.9 inches tall, and 13.2 inches deep, and it weighs 8.48Kg. It resembles an oversized fax machine with a 100-sheet autoload input tray, a telephone handset, and a busy control panel with a small monochrome display screen. The MFC-4650 mono laser printer runs on 2MB of RAM with parallel connectivity and an RJ-11 port.

Advantages

The straight paper path of the Brother MFC-4650 MFP printer prevents paper jam. Text documents are printed well in 600x600dpi. The fax machine is Hayes AT command set compliant and it is fairly fast in transmitting messages. The Brother MFC-4650 laser multifunction printer is also surprisingly quiet. The telephone handset makes it more useful for business correspondence, too. Running expenses decrease when installing compatible Brother MFC-4650 toners into this printer.

Disadvantages

The MFC-4650 laser printer is not suitable for high volume printing. It is slow; in fact, the maximum print speed is only six pages per minute. High quality and very detailed graphics may look mediocre when printed in monochrome and in 600dpi. Only up to 4MB of memory can be installed in the Brother MFC4650 printer, and the sheetfed scanner, limited media capacity, absence of networking, and poor support for specialty media make the device unsuitable for busy and growing workgroups.