Brother MFC-5460CN Multifunction Printer + Network ready @ Staples for 119.66, free delivery + free gift + 7% quidco - HotUKDeals
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The MFC-5460CN is a high quality colour all-in-one inkjet that offers fully featured colour printing, faxing, copying and scanning. Fast printing and copying with high resolution photographs make this the ideal solution for any office
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Printing Speed Monochrome Up to 30 ppm
Colour Up to 25 ppm
Warm Up Time Up to 0 seconds
Print Resolution Up to 6000 x 1200 dpi
Connection 10/100 Base-TX and Full speed USB 2
Network Ready Yes
Standard Paper Capacity Up to 100 sheets
Standard Paper Tray Media Type Plain / Inkjet / Glossy / Transparency
Weights 64 – 220 g/m2
Sizes A4 / A5 / A6 / EXE / LTR / LGL / JISB5 / Photo 10 x 15cm, 89 x 127mm, 127 x 178mm / Postcard 100 x 148mm, 148 x 200mm / Index card 127 x 203mm / C5 Envelopes / COM 10 / DL / JE4 Envelope
ADF (Auto Document Feed) 35
Paper Output 50
Emulation GDI emulation
Standard Memory 32 MB
Printer Driver Windows Windows®98(SE)/Me/2000/XP/Vista
Macintosh Mac® OSX 10.2.4 or greater
Modem Speed 33,600
Speed Dials 100
Group Dials Up to 6 groups
Broadcasting Send the same fax message to up to 150 separate locations
Automatic Redial Automatic redialling if the recipient fax is busy
Distinctive Ring Detection Yes
Super Fine Enables the quality transmission of very small print and line drawings
Auto Reduction Long documents are automatically reduced to fit A4
Transmit/Receive Memory 400
ECM (Error Correction Mode) Where machines share the ECM feature, errors during tranmsission are corrected automatically ensuring received documents are error free
Fax Forwarding / Retrieval Yes
Fax / Telephone Switch Automatic recognition of fax and telephone reception
Simultaneous Operation Yes
PC Free Copying Yes
Copy Speed Monochrome Up to 22 cpm
Colour Up to 20 cpm
Copy Resolution Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
Reduction/Enlargement Ratio 25 - 400% in 1% increments
Scan resolution (optical) Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi
Scan resolution (enhanced) Up to 19,200 dpi
Scan to email, OCR, image, file or card
Grey Scale 256 shades of grey
Colour Depth 36 bit internal / 24 bit output
Photocapture Centre Print digital images directly from Compact Flash 1, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, xD Picture Card plus type M and H Multimedia card
PictBridge Support Pictbridge support for direct printing from compatible cameras
USB Printing Print digital images directly from USB memory stick
Power Consumption Sleep Less than 6.4 Watts
Standby Less than 9 Watts
Printing Less than 31 Watts
Dimension (w x d x h) With Carton 475 x 525 x 326 mm
Without Carton 440 x 395 x 226 mm
Weight With Carton 13.2 Kg
Without Carton 9 Kg
Warranty One year on-site (upon registration)

Operating Systems


Mac OS X 10.2.4 or greater

Windows Vista Windows XP Professional (32 & 64 bit editions) / XP Home Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Professional


385059 - Black cartridge - LC1000BK
385060 - Cyan cartridge - LC1000C
385061 - Magenta cartridge - LC1000M
385062 - Yellow Cartridge - LC1000Y
332239 - USB A-B Cable 1.8m
cheapest online is more than 120 quids (no quidco or free gift)
Seems a good deal - Brother printers are excellent - I have a similar all-in-one and had no issues with it, have some heat.
thanks moob.
i forgot to mention in title that it'd wireles network ready. done that as well.
just to mention replacement ink cartridges are cheap. check
This looks really good. Heat and rep added. Anyone print a lot of photo's with this? Is the quality acceptable (on premium glossy paper)?

moob are you the anti-me?
thanks moob.
i forgot to mention in title that it'd wireles network ready. done that as well.
just to mention replacement ink cartridges are cheap. check

Doesn't seem to be wireless.

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