Pros Cheap, relatively low running costs, good photo print quality. On close inspection there is a noticeable amount of grain and noise in photos, which affects gradients and darker colours. Many Brother multifunction printers are slow, so we weren’t surprised that this is case with the MFCC. Most low-end printers and multifunctions use a combination colour ink cartridge, but the Brother MFCC uses separate inks connected to the print head through a capillary tube system. Would you buy this?
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It out performs any other laptop I have tried for gaming, and the transportable design and incredible display also make it ideal for work.
For a generation, TVs have been in the background — in more ways than one — of household entertainment. Colours are solid, though aren’t as vivid as they could be and lack the accuracy required for professional documents. Nevertheless, the print quality will suffice for school work and small splashes of colour in documents. Most low-end printers and multifunctions use a combination colour ink cartridge, but the Brother MFCC uses separate inks connected to the print head through a capillary tube system.
Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. Cons No media card slots, scan quality could be improved. To achieve reasonable results you should use normal quality; you can expect an average speed of 3.
At 7pt, we noticed some slight feathering on text characters, though this is expected due to the multifunction’s comparatively large ink droplet size of 1.
Direct printing is still available through a PictBridge-capable USB port, which can be connected to a compatible mobile phone or digital camera. Standard 4x6in photos take Pros Cheap, relatively low running costs, nrother photo print quality.
You are left with a copier, printer, scanner and fax. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. The printer achieves a reasonable However, it has a low price and is adequate at most tasks.
However, the results are often faint and unreadable. I need power and lots of it.
Specification | MFCC | United States | Brother
Brother’s MFCC multifunction printer is cheap as chips and serves up decent quality photo prints. We would have liked it to print a bit faster, but this multifunction is still a good buy for those who only need the basics.
Photos lack fine detail and colour isn’t accurate; scans also turn out overly light. Don’t expect the best print brogher, but at this price the Brother MFCC multifunction printer is a decent option that handles basic tasks adequately.
The MFCC manages to print the first page of draft colour and mono documents in a respectable Considering the Brother MFCC’s cheap price, the quality of photo printing exceeded our expectations. Many Brother multifunction printers are slow, so we weren’t surprised that this is case with the MFCC.
Each menu and sub-menu was in an understandable order and category.
Bottom Line Don’t expect the best print quality, but at fmc price the Brother MFCC multifunction printer is a decent option that handles basic tasks adequately. Page yields are fairly low, forcing you to head back to the shops soon after buying the printer, but at 27c per A4 page, running costs are low enough to justify the trip. We found text to be crisp and readable, with no aberrations when printing at 12pt or 20pt.
Disappointingly, Brother hasn’t included support for direct printing from a USB stick.