Once we got it up and running, the DCPC turned in some fairly impressive prints. CNET’s best of It’ll do photo prints, scanning and colour copying. This is an easy-to-use and cheap-to-run MFD. Don’t show this again.
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Brother DCPC | TechRadar
Type quality is acceptable; text is crisp at common font sizes and only starts to fuzz out at 15c the four-point size. Quirky, cheap multi-function printer Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. It’ll spew colour documents at 20 pages per minute or monochrome docs at 25ppm.
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Brother DCP-135C: Quirky, cheap multi-function printer
Our first sheets of test text came out at a rate of 2. Brother has done a good job of keeping the button controls simple.
TechRadar pro IT insights for business. Brother says this reduces the chances of damaging the USB connector if you trip over the cable. When we’re not partying with rock stars, we’re getting down and dirty with multi-function hrother like the Brother DCPC by Rory Reid.
Scanning to file JPEG was much better, but the striping is still there if you squint or zoom in. One A4 copy took 39 seconds to appear and 28 seconds in monochrome. The colours are slightly muddy with low levels of resolution.
Photos look just like they came from a photo lab — to the untrained eye — and black text looked absolutely fine, even for professional use. That’s how we roll. For Low running costs Low purchase price Good text printing Very simple to work with.
A home office that mostly prints text and has only low-level scanning needs would get the most value from it. Copying documents was fast and produced decent results at this price point. When we’re not partying with rock starswe’re getting down and dirty with multi-function inkjet printers like bfother Brother DCPC.
We’re pretty wild and crazy here at Crave. This is an easy-to-use and cheap-to-run MFD. The low running costs of this Brother printer are probably its strongest selling point.
It’s not slow, either — in inkjet terms. Our Verdict A cheap printer to buy and run, but some of the key qualities are missing. And the best part is the price: We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you printee read. We also had a minor gripe with the software installation process, which had to be restarted a few times before completing successfully.
We’re not sure 315c we prefer, but the DCPC is pretty cool. Don’t show this again. Scanning quality is patchy. It’ll do photo prints, scanning and colour copying. That’s understandable brpther time to time, but the resultant error message from manually installing the driver is hilarious: Quirky, cheap multi-function printer We’re pretty wild and crazy here at Crave.
News Reviews Insights TechRadar. Once we got it up and running, the DCPC turned in some fairly impressive prints. Against Below-par scanning ability Poor photo printing ability.