Best Brother printers

The best Brother printers we've reviewed

We've put together a comprehensive roundup of the best Brother printers you can buy. Read through our list and you should be able to find a Brother printer to suit you.

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7 / 7
Brother MFC-250C

Don't expect the best print quality, but at this price the Brother MFC-250C multifunction printer is a decent option that handles basic tasks adequately.

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  • Manufacturer:
  • 19th March, 2009
  • James Hutchinson
  • Brother
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  • Pros:
  • Cheap, relatively low running costs, good photo print quality
  • Cons:
  • No media card slots, scan quality could be improved


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<p><a href="">Brother HL Printers 2700CN</a></p>

Brother HL-2700 comes a bit bulky at 18.9 by 15.2 by 16.5 inches and weighs approximately 67.2 pounds yet it offers advance printing specs such as bigger built-in memory of 64MB and faster processor of 300 MHz that makes it attractive to most users. In addition, compatible Brother HL-2700 toner cartridges are available both online and offline while they are able to generate up to a whopping 10,000 pages of high quality printouts.

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