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Compact Laser All-in-One with Networking

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219 of 259 people would recommend this product.

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Economical printer
January 14, 2014
By TaxPreparerMan from Madison, AL
My MFC-7360N printer uses toner for a long, long time, scans documents for emailing, fast, and no repairs. I like it so much that I bought 2 more.
Expertise Professional or Expert
Use Small Business (Up to 25 Employees)
Brother products owned More than 5
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Overall Rating: 4 out of 5
Good value
January 14, 2014
By SouthBendBob from Winter office in Florida
I only use this unit as a printer and scanner. After 600 pages the print quality is very good even on the toner saver mode. Just replaced the toner cartridge, very simple. The scanner has TWAIN drivers which I require and the images are very good. Scanner is not as fast as our other stand alone scanners, but this unit cost half as much as our other scanners and it prints too. The print bypass is only single sheet and a little finicky.
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Use Home Office (Business Use)
Brother products owned 2
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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Another Good Printer from Brother
November 18, 2013
By TechEck from Pennsylvania
When my print server failed, I decided to get a network-ready printer to replace my ten year old Brother printer which worked flawlessly during that time – I still use it as a second printer in my basement. Given that reputation, I decided to stay with Brother. I went with a multifunction printer which also gave me scan and copy functions I could use. This printer also has fax capability, and it has a wired Ethernet connection, but no wireless. I had an Ethernet jack nearby, so I decided not to spend the extra money for a unit with wireless.

The setup of this printer was as exercise in elegance and simplicity. Here’s what you do. Unpack and setup the printer on your network (it can also be connected via USB to a single printer if you prefer). Run the CD on your computer, choose your language, and choose Initial Install. You now have four options:

• Install MFL-Pro Suite (install entire suite and PaperPort SE12)
• Install MFL-Pro Suite without PaperPort
• Install the printer driver only
• Repair MLF-PRO suite

If you choose the first option, it will install everything – PaperPort, printer driver, Control Center 4 (used to control the printer functions from a computer) , and Status Monitor. I choose this option since I use PaperPort. When the installation was done, I was able to print to the printer. It couldn’t have been simpler. I repeated this for two other computers with nary a hitch – splendid. The output quality was good and what you would expect for a laser printer.

The included Control Center 4 is a nice utility that allows scanning to image, OCR, email, or a file. You can also access copy and fax options from this utility. There is a device tab which allows configuring of remote setup, your address book, and device scan settings. It also has a support tab to access Control Center Help, Brother Solutions Center, and the Brother Creative Center. Note that you can, of course, also scan, fax, and copy directly from the printer as well.

You get a 143 page Basic User Guide and a Quick Setup Guide. The user guide covers general information, loading paper and documents, faxing, copying, scanning, maintenance, and troubleshooting. If you want more in-depth information, you can download other manuals, such as the Advanced Users Guide, Software Users Guide, Network Users Guide, and Network Glossary. If there is something you need to know, it is probably contained in one of these documents.

After seeing that the printer worked ok, I tried printing envelopes and Quicken checks using the manual feed, and this worked fine. One gripe I have with printing envelopes is that in addition to opening the back door on the printer, you need to reach in and push two tabs down as well. This may require sliding the printer around so you can see the tabs and then pushing them back up when done.

I have no need of faxing, so I did not setup the fax, and therefore, I cannot really comment on this aspect of the printer. However, the basic manual devotes four out of ten chapters to using the fax. I do not expect you should have any difficulty with this.

Brother has a number of different printers in this category. Research the available information to decide which printer meets your demands. I only had basic needs, and this printer fit the bill. This is another highly recommended printer from Brother.
Expertise Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Use Home (Personal Use)
Brother products owned 2
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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Love it!
November 17, 2013
By Bluegator1001
Prints fast. Economical! Perfect for my classroom!
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