Best Brother printers

The best Brother printers we've reviewed

We've put together a comprehensive roundup of the best Brother printers you can buy. Read through our list and you should be able to find a Brother printer to suit you.

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Brother International (Aust) MFC-9450CDN

Brother's MFC-9450CDN offers speed, features, and economy along with tolerable shortcomings. It's well worth considering for a small office that doesn't need high-quality colour graphics.

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  • 18th April, 2009
  • Susan Silvius
  • Brother International (Aust)
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  • Pros:
  • Fast, low purchase price, autoduplexing included
  • Cons:
  • Pale color prints, Lack of detail in color scans
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