Brother HL-2070N Driver Download

Brother HL-2070N Driver Download

Brother HL-2070N Driver Download

Brother HL-2070N Driver Download

Support for Operating System:

  • Linux
    • Linux 32bit
    • Linux 64bit
  • Mac OS- OS X
    • OS X (10.8)
    • OS X (10.11)
    • macOS (10.12)
    • Mac OS X (10.7)
    • Mac OS X (10.4)
  • Microsft Windows
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
    • Windows 8.1
    • Windows 10

 

Windows Brother HL-2070N Drivers

Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N Printer Full Driver Software Package
Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N Printer Driver
Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N Printer Driver Uninstall Tool
Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N Printer Network Connection Repair Tool

OS X- Mac Brother HL-2070N Drivers

Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N Printer Remote Printer Console
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Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N PCL Printer Driver
Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N iPrint and Scan Push Scan Tool

Linux deb Brother HL-2070N Drivers

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Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N Printer LPR Printer Driver (deb package)
Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N CUPS Driver (deb package)

Linux rpm Brother HL-2070N Drivers

Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N Printer Driver Install Tool
Download -=>>>Brother HL-2070N LPR Printer Driver (rpm package)
Download -=>>> Brother HL-2070N CUPS Driver (rpm package)

 

Brother HL-2070N  Printer Reviews– Personal laser printers continue to be a popular choice for those who want the printing of text and simple graphics and high definition. The Brother HL-2070N has a flexible range of connection options, an unusual desktop profile and costs just over £ 100.

The printer has the same depth as a sheet of A4 paper and a similar width, but it is only 166 mm high, which is a remarkably low profile, even for a mono laser printer. Brother has achieved this by thinning the laser motor inside the machine, while maintaining a good 250-sheet capacity in the front-loading paper tray.

Unlike many personal lasers, the paper tray does not protrude from the back of the printer; What you see from the side of the printer is its true depth. Above the paper tray there is a slot feeder for specialized media and all pages are fed to the top sloping surface of the machine. There is a forward support, but with small documents you will not need to disturb the smooth lines of the machine with its use.

There are four indicators, unusually on the left side of the top panel of the printer, indicating the end of the life of the toner and drum, paper jams and their energy status. A single purple button is labeled as Go, which eliminates errors in several ways, feeds paper, wakes the printer from sleep mode and cancels a current job, rather than a stop, really.

In the rear there are three connections, for USB, parallel and Ethernet networks. It is unusual to find a network connection in a printer at this price point and, in some way, it is difficult to see why you would want to connect a personal printer like this one. However, one use may be in a domestic environment, where you are sharing a network resource between the parents’ computers and the children.

Installing the software is also easy if you are using USB, as long as you remember not to connect the printer until the configuration routine tells you to. Although there are several utilities installed during the configuration, none of them is an application as such. There are tools such as diagnostics, printer information, a web update for the firmware and an uninstall routine, but they are all quite specialized tools.

The printer driver does what it expected and supports three resolutions of 300 dpi, 600 dpi and 1,200 dpi, in addition to offering watermarks, several pages per sheet and manual double-sided printing, which Brother deals with thoroughly, with a series of useful options.

Brother claims speeds of up to 20 ppm for the HL-2070N, but as usual, this is an illusion. Our five-page text printing took 23 seconds to complete, which coincidentally was also the time for testing text and graphics. This gives a real speed, in the real world, of 13 ppm for this machine, only about 65 percent of the rather extravagant cited figure.

In a small home or office environment, the speed is probably sufficient to keep most customers happy and the print quality of the machine will also keep them happy. The text is clean and there are no signs of blur and, with the default resolution, it is much more than a mono output of more expensive printers.

We were also impressed by the business graphics of this small printer, where the different gray scales were reproduced with small bands or patches and with a soft gradation of tones.

Even the photographic proof print, something that most mono lasers hate, was better than average. The detail was clear, the change of tone in the sky was relatively smooth and the only problem was the loss of details in the shadows, which reproduced quite black.

It is easy to calculate how much it costs to run the HL-2070N, since there are only two consumables. The drum unit has a nominal capacity of 35,000 pages and each toner cartridge with a clip should give you 2,500 pages, so you should only change the drum every 14 toner changes, approximately.

With typical online prices of £ 40 for the toner cartridge and £ 50 for the drum, the page costs come out at 2.42p for a five percent text page. This is quite expensive for a laser printer, even personal, but the purchase price of the printer is low, so the total cost of ownership is in the middle of the field.

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