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Brother DCP 135C printer & scanner £33 ! @ ebuyer
Brother DCP 135C printer & scanner £33 ! @ ebuyer

Brother DCP 135C printer & scanner £33 ! @ ebuyer

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rother DCP 135C - Multifunction ( colour ) - ink-jet - copying (up to): 5 ppm (mono) / 5 ppm (colour) - printing (up to): 25 ppm (mono) / 20 ppm (colour) - 100 sheets - USB
The fabulous DCP-135C multifunction color printer is a must-have for every home and fits stylishly into any space. Getting started couldn't be easier, just plug in and go - for color printing, copying and scanning functions at your fingertips. Whether you have projects to copy and print or you have old family photographs you want to scan, you'll be amazed at the quality. Just think of the convenience of being able to print high-quality photographs straight from your digital camera when you get back from holiday. You'll love the natural, true-to-life colors - and photo printing on a Brother machine can cost much less than a specialist photo printer.
Specification Value
Product Description Brother DCP 135C - multifunction ( colour )
Device Type Copier / printer / scanner
Copier Type Digital
Dimensions (WxDxH) 39.8 cm x 36 cm x 15 cm
Weight 7.3 kg
Localisation United Kingdom
Printing Technology Ink-jet ( colour )
Inkjet Technology 4-ink
Max Copying Speed Up to 5 ppm (mono) / up to 5 ppm (colour)
Max Copying Resolution Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi (mono) / up to 1200 x 600 dpi (colour)
Max Printing Speed Up to 25 ppm (mono) / up to 20 ppm (colour)
Max Printing Resolution Up to 6000 x 1200 dpi (mono) / up to 6000 x 1200 dpi (colour)
Scanning 600 x 2400 dpi
Original Size A4 (210 x 297 mm) (max)
Original Type Sheets
Media Size Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
Media Type Transparencies, plain paper, recycled paper
Standard Media Capacity 100 sheets
Output Trays Capacity 50 sheets
PC Connection Availability Yes
PC Connection USB, USB host
Office Machine Features Print from USB flash drive
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year warranty


not the cheapest of printers but the ink cartages are only 2 quid from most places were the 20 quid printers there ink cartages are about 15 quid each. so thought this was good.

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Brilliant Printer :thumbsup: Inks cheap as chips ! ~ £7.50 full set.

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Poor reviews on Amazon though.

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And in my experience ebuyer are not the best to deal with when it does go wrong

Ideal for the cheap cartridges. Heat added.

Ryman are always selling Brother printers at good prices. They had the 235 model on offer just after xmas at similar price to this. Good cheap to run printer.

Delivery is £6.17 (supersaver) on top too when I add it to the basket! :-(

Amazon is £39.50 shipped, but it is NOT Amazon themselves.. it is a marketplace item :-(

I have the earlier 115 model. One of the best buys I ever made! OK performance, cheap as muck to run :-)

i got this from argos for around £33

it's fine

quite neat too

any cheap 4 in 1's going ?

this is cheap as i bought it when it was more from argos and its a fab printer and cheap inks

Get this from ryman's for about £5 more great little printer and so cheap to run if you get the ink from [url]www.ink.co.uk[/url]

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Delivery is £6.17 (supersaver) on top too when I add it to the basket! … Delivery is £6.17 (supersaver) on top too when I add it to the basket! :-( Amazon is £39.50 shipped, but it is NOT Amazon themselves.. it is a marketplace item :-(I have the earlier 115 model. One of the best buys I ever made! OK performance, cheap as muck to run :-)



Yes I second that, I got the 115 around 2yrs ago ish, and its the best printer I ever had, great colours and reasonably priced ink. Its not really suitable if you print loads all the time, but for general home use its brilliant.

I second the positive comments on Brother kit.

Bought the Brother DCP-770CW a few weeks back. Fantastic. An even older Brother device owned by the in-laws (came with a free label printer worth £30) is also standing the test of time.

I did get a Canon Pixma MP620 before this, which, unless I was unlucky, the worst multi-function device I've ever used. The wireless setup is awful, unlike the Brother which is a breeze.
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