Brother DCP-365CN



Brother DCP-365CN

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By Computeractive on 40

Fulfils basic needs for print, copy and scan, but is slow and expensive to...

By GadgetSpeak on 64

Following my recent review of the Brother MFC-255CW multifunction inkjet unit, it is now the turn of the company’s DCP-365CN model....

By DigitalVersus on 60

First Page: 50 seconds In theory, 50 seconds is about average for waking up a printer. However, if you compare that to some of the printers we've tested recently, including those that get this figure down to just 29 seconds, than it seems a lot...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Although it's cheap, the DCP-365CN costs a lot to run and has some print quality issues....

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Brother's wide range of lookalike, inkjet all-in-ones starts somewhere near the DCP-365CN. This is a fairly simple machine, with no fax functionality, but still offers print, copy and scan facilities for the home user. Following the same...

By TechRadar on 70

The Brother DCP- 365CN is clearly aimed at the user who only needs a printer every now and then and welcomes scanning and photocopying functionality without making regular use of it. High-end features are cut back to keep the price down. The read-out...

By GadgetSpeak on 68

This is an All In One (copy, print and scan) unit that is smaller than a lot of equivalent ink jet printers. At last manufacturers realise that fax is not required by the majority of small businesses as email has long overtaken...

By IT Reviews on

An affordable multifunction printer with impressively high quality print results, unfortunately hampered by a serious interface design flaw and slow print speeds. Brother - DCP-365CN price Buy Brother DCP-365CN securely online at a bargain price...

International Review By Les Numériques on 60

Son principal intérêt, c'est la présence du réseau sur une imprimante 1er prix. Tant qu'à opter pour un produit connecté, on lui préfère le MFC-295CN, qui dispose en plus d'un fax et d'un chargeur...