Brother MFC-J5320DW

A ver­sa­tile A4 printer that can stretch to oc­ca­sional A3 print­ing too

Mac Format - - RATED | KIT - Man­u­fac­turer Brother, 1200x6000dpi Pages per minute 17 (mono), 14 (colour) USB, Wi-Fi, Eth­er­net Di­men­sions 240x490x290mm, 10.8kg Fast mono and colour print­ing Good con­nec­tiv­ity, with AirPrint In­cludes A3 op­tion

The MFC-J5320DW isn’t much to look at, but its monolithic de­sign masks an un­usu­ally ver­sa­tile printer. It’s a mul­ti­func­tion de­vice that in­cludes a 1200x6000dpi printer, 1200x2400dpi scan­ner, copier, and even a fax ma­chine and au­to­mat­ic­doc­u­ment feeder. There’s a stan­dard USB in­ter­face, with both Wi-Fi and Eth­er­net, and AirPrint for iOS de­vices.

It’s a bit bulky – 490mm wide and 240mm high – due to the fact you have to in­sert A4 pa­per side­ways (the widest edge first), which al­lows you the op­tion of feed­ing in in­di­vid­ual sheets of A3. It’s pos­si­ble to in­sert mul­ti­ple sheets of A3, but only if you re­move all the A4 pa­per first, so it’s best to think of this as an A4 printer with the op­tion of oc­ca­sional A3 print­ing.

The printer’s high res­o­lu­tion pro­vides good qual­ity for text, graph­ics and pho­tos, with snappy

A fast and ver­sa­tile printer for the home of­fice, with an A3 op­tion as well as low run­ning costs.

The MFC-J5320DW is pri­mar­ily an A4 printer, but does al­low man­u­ally-fed A3 prints.

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