Brother DCP 7065DN Review
The Brother DCP 7065DN is a multi-function copier that is affordable and swift in its prints and copies. The copier is a versatile, cost-effective, and easy to use copier that is environmentally friendly. It facilitates straightforward software that will improve a business's productivity. This device stands 12.4" tall, 15.7" deep, and 15.9" wide. It weighs a moderate 25.1 pounds. This is a handy companion for any office environment.
The device's print and copy speeds rest at 26 pages per minute and has decent quality output of up to 2400 x 600 dots per inch. Users do not have to replenish papers often, therefore, making the work-day more efficient than that of most small copiers. The multipurpose tray enables thicker media like envelopes to be printed. The color scanner facilitates a high resolution of up to 19,200 x 19,200 dots per inch; also, its optical scan resolution rests at 600 x 2400 dots per inch. The scanner allows users to create digital copies of physical documents via its ADF (Automatic Document Feeder).
While the Brother DCP 7065DN facilitates a wealth of remarkable functions, the intuitive control panel is bundled with the backlit 2-line LCD screen. The backlit screen is quite common, and users should be quite familiar with the features in no time. The menu structure is straightforward to configure and set-up.
The Brother DCP 7065DN can be utilized as a shared resource for various people in the office. It is straightforward to connect the device to an existing network. If a single computer is used for the printer, it can be connected via its Hi-Speed USB 2.0. If it is going to be installed into a network of computers, it can be accomplished with the 10/100 Base-TX wired network interface.
Its cost-effectiveness is attributed by the 7065DN's ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), which can cut paper usage in half. Users can reduce the amount of toner that is used when printing non-essential documents with the device's Toner Save Mode. Also, the device has a low-power consumption that will keep the energy bill minimal. It has been awarded the Blue Angel and Energy Star label, both attesting to its low footprint on the environment.
The comprehensive software that comes with the Brother DCP 7065DN will enhance productivity with its ScanSoft Paperport program that can electronically store items like invoices and hard copies. The printer runs on a 200 Mega Hertz processor and has 32 Mega Bytes of memory. The device's maximum duty cycle is 10,000 pages per month, but it is recommended only using it for an average print volume of 250-2,000 pages per month.
The most obvious cons for using the printer are its inability to fax, PC fax, and its lack of media card slots. Although it is not needed for a printer of this caliber and size, it lacks any optional upgrade for its paper management systems and its memory. With the current trends in computer-based technology, it makes sense incorporating a Wi-Fi interface for the device. Apparently, this device is mono-based and does not offer the luxery of color prints and copies.