Summary: This color LED printer has built-in wireless which helps justify its $500 cost. In terms of performance, it's adequate if unsurprising, with good output and decent print speeds even across a network and an interface that allows easy configuration. The starter cartridges (there are four) are rated for 1,000 pages, so the total cost of ownership will be lower than with an inkjet printer; so if you need to print in color, and you don't need something that will be shared by...
Pros: Excellent print quality, Easy to set up and built-in wireless networking, Low price color LED all-in-one
Cons: Manual duplexing, Lots of paper curling, Small LCD
Excerpt: Some multi-function printers (MFPs, aka all-in-ones or AIOs) deliver lots of features. Others emphasize high-quality print output. The Brother MFC-9320CW ($500 street) focuses squarely on speed, with the fastest overall time on our tests for its price class. If print speed is one of your key concerns, this may be just the color MFP you’re looking for.
Conclusion: I genuinely like the Brother MFC-9320cw Digital Color All-in-One. It has a compact design for smaller offices, offers wireless connectivity, direct USB print, and identical print speeds whether printing color or black text documents (minus full page color photos). Not to mention a bevy of other features and options.
This MFC-9320CW is a capable colour multifunction printer that uses LED technology
Good Gear Guide.au
2 August 2010
Summary: LED printing technology isn't revolutionary, but, as the MFC-9320CW shows, it offers advantages in both initial cost and size. This reasonably priced multifunction will print good quality documents quickly, though it doesn't have the simplest control panel.
Pros: Small footprint, easy Wi-Fi setup, direct print from USB flash drives
Cons: No automatic duplexing, control panel can be frustrating, some colour print quality issues
Summary: With things like TV’s continually getting lighter why is it that laser printers seem to be getting heavier? This is not that large but heavy to the point that even strong couriers struggle to carry it by themselves, or course the box does say two to move it.
Brother MFC-9320CW: Farb-LED-Kombigerät mit WLAN (ausführlicher Test)
14 January 2011
Excerpt: Farbfähige Multifunktionsgeräte auf Basis von Laser- oder LED-Druckwerken erfreuen sich derzeit großer Beliebtheit. Umso mehr, wenn sie netzwerkfähig sind. Mit dem "MFC-9320CW" hat Brother ein kompaktes LED-Gerät im Programm, die Abmessungen von 428 x 401 x 491 mm sind sehr übersichtlich ausgefallen. So kompakt wie die Abmessungen des Gerätes sind, so übersichtlich sollten auch die Arbeitsgruppe respektive deren Druckvolumen ausfallen.