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Brother MFC-J6520DW A3 Colour Inkjet Wireless Multifunction All-In-One Printer

by Brother
28 customer reviews
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RRP: £254.85
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  • Fast colour printing - print speeds of up to 20 ipm (colour) and 22 ipm (mono)
  • Built-in networking - share with your workgroup via Ethernet or wireless 802.11b/g/n
  • Mobile printing and scanning - support for Brother iPrint and Scan, AirPrint and Google Cloud Print
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight14 Kg
Product Dimensions55.3 x 43.3 x 24.7 cm
Item model numberMFCJ6520DWZU1
SeriesMFC J 6520 DW
Screen Size2.6 inches
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage28 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 3,094 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17 Kg
Date First Available18 Oct. 2013

Product Description

Product Description

Cloud Compatible All-in-One A3 Inkjet Printer with Duplex Printing, Fax and Wireless Connectivity

A feature-packed, stylish A3 printer with cloud connectivity that produces standout quality documents fast.

Key features

  • Print, copy, scan and fax - all up to A3
  • Rapid print speeds in both mono and colour
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Wired and wireless network ready
  • Print direct from your mobile or tablet device
  • Cloud compatible
  • LCD touchscreen control
  • 250 sheet paper capacity

High-Quality Duplex Printing that Gets Your Work the Attention it Deserves

Capture even large format documents in high-quality colour with the super-efficient MFC-J6520DW.

Whether you're printing, scanning or faxing, this all-in-one printer provides useful tools to help you establish clearer, quicker communications around the office.

Collaborate Seamlessly with Cloud Connectivity

You can print to or scan from the MFC-J6520DW inkjet printer with any of your cloud accounts - including Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Google Drive and Picasa.

With a variety of formats to choose from (including .pdf, .pptx and .docx), your documents will be ready to share with your team in seconds.

Access and Print Documents via Your Smartphone or Tablet

The Brother MFC-J6520DW lets you connect straight to your smartphone or tablet so you can easily access and print documents on the go.

Just use AirPrint, Google Cloud Print or Brother's iPrint&Scan app to connect via any compatible Apple, Microsoft or Android device.

Take Control with the Intuitive Menu System

Handy functions like scan to USB, email or FTP server and preview fax messages can all be accessed via the easy to use 6.8 cm touchscreen LCD control.

Work More Efficiently with Time-Saving Functions

The MFC-J6520DW's time-saving features have been specially designed to make your working day run smoother.

Fast 22 ipm mono and 20 ipm colour print speeds and the 35 sheet automatic document feeder means you won't have to stand guard over your printer to get your work finished on time.

Reduce Your Printing Costs

XL inkjet cartridges capable of printing up to 2,400 black and 1,200 colour prints, double-sided printing and built-in 'Ink Save' mode can quickly add up to significant savings - without any need for you to compromise on print quality.

This multifunction A3 printer also complies with the Energy Star environmental standard, ensuring both low energy consumption and noise levels.

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Box Contains

Brother Printer
Brother LC123 Ink Cartridges
Power Cord
Telephone Line Cord
User Documentation/Media

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Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By North London Man on 13 Jan. 2015
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EDIT UPDATE: - I've lived with this printer for a few months now - it hasn't been a good relationship. It looks like Brother hasn't learnt a single dammed lesson in how NOT to make printers. As a scanner this unit is fine, and because it's an able A3 scanner it enjoys a niche market position. As a printer it is an absolute dog. It can't even cope with making less than a dozen prints a month without episode after episode each and every time. The dreaded 'Paper Jam' error message crops up time and again when there is patently NO PAPER Jam whatsoever. This erroneous message, that COULD NOT BE CLEARED was the sole reason its predecessor was junked. In desperation you will try a reboot (powering down) and the software and tells you it's 'busy - try later'. That sums up the user experience with this piece of junk. God help you if you want an A3 print! The mongrel software will not let you purge the unit of queued jobs (queued up because of its own internal errors) and will waste page after page of expensive paper printing out half-composed pages. My advice is to steer clear of this product if you want even rudimentary use. This is the second Brother unit I've wasted my money on and the last. Rubbish printer, rubbish manufacturer.

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The market for A3 scanners and printers is apparently small, as there isn't much product from which to chose. I bought this to replace its predecessor the 10DW, which stopped working suddenly after light use over 30 months due to a paper jam error that wouldn't clear. This is essentially the same model but updated in many ways but still offering the same functionality. My thanks to reviewer 'Rich' for his setup guide - it's very straightforward.

This is basically a cheap printer/scanner that does A3 and has an ADF for bundle scanning.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By G. C. Ewing on 15 Jan. 2015
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For a few years now I've been using an A4 Epson Stylus Photo R300 printer and an Epson Perfection 1660 A4 scanner, but I needed an A3 scanner for my work. Not having much space in my office, I decided a combined printer/scanner to replace both Epsons was the best option. Price was another main factor, which led me to the Brother MFC-J6520DW.

I like the look and feel of the machine - the design is nice. Sometimes it feels a little rickety if you need to repeatedly open the scanner cover (as it's called in the manual, but I mean the section underneath the actual scanner), but that hasn't been a real problem.

Set up was incredibly easy - I tried both wireless and USB and both worked right out of the box (I have a 2006 Mac Pro, by the way). My wife connected to it with her iPad from downstairs the first time she needed to print something, which was fantastic.

The printer is a bit noisier than I'm used to, but it's fast and the quality is good enough for the everyday printing I do - text documents and low-quality reference images off the internet. Photo quality isn't great, but then I don't really use that - if I want true photograph quality then I go to Boots and get prints made. I've had a bit of streaking on the occasional print, but not enough to concern me.

I do a fair bit of printing of A5 labels for postage from the Royal Mail website. The Brother printer is fine as long as a single A4 sheet has two labels on, but as soon as there's only one label left it can't cope and the sheet gets jammed. My old Epson Stylus fed from the end of the paper, so was able to pull the sheet through from the heavy end, but the Brother takes A4 in sideways, and the hold on the shiny thin bit (with no label) obviously can't cope.
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As a business user with many inkjet printers this is such an incredibly poor piece of equipment it defies belief!

1) Print quality in normal mode is poor to point of documents being unreadable, YES THAT POOR
2) The print head, even with nothing but genuine Brother ink, blocks daily requiring a deep clean which drains the £70 ink sets they sell to rate that gives not even 20% of the advised print volume
3) The vertical print style, ie A4 fed in sideways, leaves the final right edge of a document offset in print, no amount of head alignment will correct this.
4) When you discuss with Brother the interest is none existent,
5) I tried two of these before people say I have been unlucky, both are identicle in their flaws.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brains on 4 Dec. 2014
I have bought this in the Netherlands from another site, but since I visit Amazon regularly to read reviews, I'll post one myself.

I returned it within a week. The main reason being that I wanted and asked for a duplex scanner, which this machine doesn't do. It does duplex print up to A3, but not scan.

That said: I'm happy to return it. Scanning was the main reason I bought this. I wanted duplex ADF-fed scanning. Now, scan results are just plain horrible. It is not that letters can not be OCR'd or that they are unreadable. It is that colours are completely wrong. Imagine having an older, yellow-through-the-years piece of paper. I want it to scan as such, unless I want it to be digitally enhanced. However, this scanner will make these scans appear as bright as freshly cleaned teeth by default (most of you will understand this analogy).

I printed a couple of pages, but they are incredibly sub-par as well compared to the excellent Canon MGS-5350 I have here (but is not A3, nor ADF).

My $0.02 is: avoid. The only thing going for it, is its cheap price for an A3, ADF scanner.
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