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Brother DCP-560CN Printer Review
Expert review of the Brother DCP-560CN printer
28 February 2014
Brother designed this all-in-one device to multi-task. A fairly small footprint makes the DCP-560CN suitable for a small office that requires a multifunction printer with a scanner and copier, but critics say that its actual performance, output quality, and speed could get in the way of productivity.
At 8kg and measuring 15.7x14.6x7.1 inches (WxDxH), the Brother DCP-560CN is suitable for a small workplace or a home office. The 2-inch colour LCD screen can be flipped-up for ease in previewing pictures before printing them using the Photo Capture Center feature. The TWAIN-compliant CIS colour scanner doubles as a copier and is conveniently positioned on the topmost part of the machine. Brother made the DCP560CN user-friendly and usable as a standalone photocopier.
The Brother DCP-560CN is praised for its reasonable ink prices, built-in card readers, and easy set-up. It also comes with time-saving features, including an automatic document feeder and PictBridge, which makes it easier to print directly from a compatible digital camera. It is possible to print wirelessly with the Brother DCP-560CN, but it can also be integrated into a wired network.
Speed is the major drawback of the Brother DCP-560CN. It promises up to 30ppm in monochrome and 25 ppm in colour, but actual tests and performance reveal sluggish picture printing speeds. Overall output looks sub-par; monochrome text looks faded around the edges and colour graphics tend to run and smudge.