Brother DCP-540CN Colour Multifunction network printer - £74.99 delivered ! - HotUKDeals
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Brother DCP-540CN Colour Multifunction network printer - £74.99 delivered @ ebuyer !

Description : Ideal for working at home, or as part of a networked small workgroup, the Brother DCP540CN is the perfect choice for your leisure or business printing needs. Fast print speeds deliver mono text documents quickly and efficiently, while complex colour presentations and graphics are printed with a high quality, professional finish.

2.0" Colour LCD Display
32mb Memory
100 Sheet Paper Capacity
20 Sheet Photo Paper Tray
10 Page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Up to 25ppm Mono Print Speed
Up to 20ppm Colour Print Speed
6000 x 1200dpi Optimised Print Resolution
Up to 18ppm Copy Speed
1-99 Multicopy
25-400% Reduction/Enlargement
19200 x 19200dpi Interpolated Scan Resolution
USB Interface (No Parallel)
10/100 Base-TX Network Interface
Direct Camera Printing using PictBridge Technology
Windows and Mac Compatible
Photocapture Centre for printing from memory cards
The Brother DCP540CN includes a manufacturer warranty
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#1
That's a good price for a [COLOR="Blue"]networked[/COLOR] printer. Voted hot! ;-)
#2
"The DCP-540CN is let down by its poor print speed and text quality. High-resolution printing is painfully slow at 1.5 pages per minute, while lower-quality modes produce pale text with poor character definition."
"Canon's Pixma MP510 is faster, cheaper, has lower running costs and produces better-quality prints, making it the better buy."
#3
dudedude
"The DCP-540CN is let down by its poor print speed and text quality. High-resolution printing is painfully slow at 1.5 pages per minute, while lower-quality modes produce pale text with poor character definition."
"Canon's Pixma MP510 is faster, cheaper, has lower running costs and produces better-quality prints, making it the better buy."


Cheapest I can see the Pixma MP510 is £100 so not cheaper and its not networked, therefore this deal is still hot

EliTom
#4
elitom
Cheapest I can see the Pixma MP510 is £100 so not cheaper and its not networked, therefore this deal is still hot

EliTom


Try £63.

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B61587

Quite a few wireless/wired routers will take USB inputs from printers.

And as this is not a workgroup printer (too slow), the best option, which I have, is simply to plug it into one PC and use Windows printer sharing. No need for ethernet.
#5
dudedude
"The DCP-540CN is let down by its poor print speed and text quality. High-resolution printing is painfully slow at 1.5 pages per minute, while lower-quality modes produce pale text with poor character definition."
"Canon's Pixma MP510 is faster, cheaper, has lower running costs and produces better-quality prints, making it the better buy."


One isolated, unsolicited review isnt really that helpful

Before anyone asks...ink is very cheap. As little as £1.99 each from inkredible

Ive had the 240c for a year....same model but no networking. Simple to use, cheap to run and serves my small business needs perfectly.
#6
I bought one of these in May and it's been a pretty good printer. The ethernet port was the main selling points for me and it is very easy to set up as a network printer. Unfortunately it decided to give up the ghost the other day, informing me of 'waiting to warm up' and 'failed to initialise' errors.
Apparently this may be linked to a problem with the printhead, which is a well documented issue with Brother inkjet printers.
Hopefully Brother will be able to sort it out under warranty. :-(

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