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Brother MFC-7360N
7.4 out of 10

Brother MFC-7360N

Compact Monochrome Laser All-in-One for your Desktop or Small Read more

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Brother MFC-7360N

24 March 2014
  • Conclusion: Simple, reliable and inexpensive (both to buy and to run), the Brother MFC-7360N is a workhorse all-in-one printer for home or small business use. This black-and-white laser printer swiftly cranks out crisp-looking text and graphics -- crisper than any inkjet printer -- and it copies, scans and...
  • Pros: Good-quality printouts, Solid performance (printing, scanning, copying and faxing), Very low cost per page, Great company reputation
  • Cons: No color printing, No auto-duplexer (available on the 7460DN)
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Overall 7

Brother MFC-7360N

PC Magazine
1 June 2011
  • Conclusion: The Brother MFC-7360N is the right size for a personal mono laser MFP, but also offers a network connector and enough paper capacity to serve as a shared printer in a micro office
  • Pros: Suitably small for personal use or a micro office. Network connector. Includes single-sheet manual feed.
  • Cons: No duplexer (for printing on both sides of a page) even as an option.
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Expert Review

3 June 2012
  • Summary: There are countless printers in the market but only a few of them are good enough to be used everywhere. The all new Brother MFC-7360N is said to be one of the best printers available these days.
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Overall 7
Value for money 8
Features 7

Brother MFC-7360N

Trusted Reviews
24 February 2012
  • Summary: The Brother MFC-7360N promises all the basic functions needed for a small or home office, assuming you don't need colour.
  • Pros: Good quality text print, Fast prints and copies for class, Comprehensive software bundle
  • Cons: Poor LCD display contrast, Poor greyscale copies, No front panel socket for USB drives
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Overall 10

Brother MFC-7360N Multifunktionsdrucker im Test

4 October 2011