Best multifunction printers - July 2011

All the best Australian multifunction printers we've reviewed this year

If you need a printer that does more than print, you can either shell out thousands for a multifunction laser model, or a fraction of that for an inkjet. We've rounded up the best printers we've reviewed in 2011 so far.

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5 / 5
Brother International (Aust) MFC-7360N

Brother's MFC-7360N multifunction mono laser is a reasonable office multifunction device. Its document printing quality is good for its price and the speedy first page out makes short print runs quick. It's missing a few features we expected to find in a not-so-cheap mono laser -- like wireless networking and a multi-page multi-purpose tray.

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  • 18th May, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Brother International (Aust)
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  • Pros:
  • Large automatic document feeder for fax/scan/copying
  • Good text print quality
  • Reasonably fast first page out and printing speeds
  • Cons:
  • Multi-purpose tray is only a single sheet
  • No wireless networking
  • Toner costs aren't great
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