Brother DCP-365CN reviewed

2010-03-14 17:11:34

Published on 2010-03-14 17:11:34

The team at expertreviews.co.uk has given the Brother DCP-365CN a solid, if unspectacular review.

The printer reviewing team at expertreviews.co.uk has given the Brother DCP-365CN printer a solid, if unspectacular review because it is costly to run and has print quality issues.

Despite costing under £100 the printer can still do all the things needed by any home office worker, such as running off quick photocopies and connecting to a network via an ethernet cable.

It uses four individual ink cartridges inserted behind a panel at the front from where ink is pumped to the print head inside the device but according to the review team its page speeds per minute rate was disappointing.

In a summary on the product the reviewer said: "Ultimately, the DCP-365CN is unremarkable, except for its price. With slow print speeds and relatively high costs, Canon's Pixma MX340 has more features and better print quality for not much more money."

This review was in stark contrast to that from itreviews.co.uk for the Canon PIXMA MP270 all-in-one which was commended for its affordability and reliability.

 

Brother A3 Printer Available For Under 100 Pound

 

Brother's MFC-J5910DW A3 printer offers a host of important office functions, all for under £100.

Priced at just £97.30 including delivery, it can produce a maximum of 12 pages per minute in mono, while this figure lowers to ten for colour ink.

As well as this, the device is capable of double-sided printing and can scan, copy and fax documents in the A4 format.

A further benefit of the printer is that it is equipped with 802.11n Wi-Fi and boasts an Ethernet port that enables network printing, while a card reader is also integrated.

The device is compatible with Google's Cloud Print service, which allows users to send documents for printing from a remote location.

Although the Brother MFC-J5910DW printer has many appealing attributes, it is advisable to shop around and explore the many alternatives available in the market, as other options could prove to be more suitable for a home or office environment.

 

Brother Launches Its DCP-J125 Printer Ink Series

 

Ink cartridge customers looking for a printer that can provide them with cheap, reliable running costs could like the Brother DCP-J125 injet printer.

According to Cliff Joseph, a technology specialist at PC Advisor, the machine is sturdy and can look good in any bedroom, home or office.

He noted that the DCP-J125 also has a built-in scanner and copier and can be connected to via USB cables or wirelessly.

On top of this, Brother estimates that the model can print up to 33 pages per minute for mono documents and 27 pages per minute for colour files.

Recently, Brother released its HL-2250DN laser printer, which the company claims is easy to use, produces good quality text prints and looks good in any office.

The company added that the product is available for around £100 and can print documents at a rate of 20 pages per minute in both colour and black and white.

 

New Compatible Brother LC1240 High Capacity Printer Inks

 

Just in and now available high quality, high capacity compatible Brother LC1240 series printer ink cartridges. This set of 4 new compatible printer cartridges are designed to work flawlessly with a select range of Brother MFC series printers, including the Brother MFC-J6510DE and the Brother MFC-J6910DW inkjet printers.

The new Brother compatible LC1240 series printer inks print up to twice the amount pages as the original Brother LC1240 ink cartridges (600 pages compared to 1200 pages). Not only have these compatible inks got more ink, they are also cheaper, meaning you get amazing value for money.

By Jamie Foster

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