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 Brother DCP - 7020 – Another Solid 3 In 1 From Brother 
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Brother DCP - 7020 – Another Solid 3 In 1 From Brother
by: Erik Lynch

Brother delivers a combination of style, performance, and usability once again with the Brother DCP-7020. Its sleek looks and compact size house a solid piece of hardware equipped with print, scan, and copy abilities, as well as convenient user friendly features and a comprehensive interface.

This reliable laser printer produces crisp, quality black and white documents at a rate of 20 ppm with a rich resolution of 2400 X 600 dpi, providing professional and clean looking work prints. The 250 sheet paper capacity and 16 mb built in memory will keep you printing large quantities with very low maintenance, but you’ll be hard pressed to push this workhorse to the limit; it has a maximum monthly duty cycle of up to 10,000 pages. The toner cartridge and drum unit are designed with simplicity in mind, allowing for easy swaps and giving you more time for important projects, and less time fiddling with refills.

The unit comes equipped with parallel and USB ports for interfacing with either PC or Mac, and includes both the Scansoft PaperPort® SE with OCR for Windows® and Presto!® PageManager® for Mac® softwares. So, no matter which format your office prefers, the DCP-7010 can deliver or, if you prefer, the copy features of the machine are all included in a comprehensive interface built in to the machine, and can be used independently of an external computer. Need to resize? The scaling feature can skew copies at a reduction/enlargement rate of 25% up to 400% in increments of 1%, all without any data passing through a PC.

The 35 page automatic document feeder capacity can pump out 20 copies a minute on its own and, with stand alone copying and a sorting function, the DCP-7020 does work for you that lesser three in one units can’t compete with, and at a price that makes the Brother more appealing than other brands.

If you prefer to upload your information straight to a computer, this Brother offers scanning ability at a maximum interpolated scan resolution of up to 9600 dpi and an optical scan resolution of 600 x 2400 dpi, with a standard input color scan bit depth of 24 bit, and can upload straight to PDF format, or to your e mail with the push of a button, so you can even transmit data from hard copy to someone else’s computer with minimal effort.

As a three in one unit, the Brother DCP-7020 does it all, and is priced considerably more reasonably than its competitors. A cool looking flatbed copy hardware design, and the reliability and ease of use that comes with a Brother product, make this a sensible buy for home offices of any size or the small to medium sized business. This energy star equipped appliance comes standard with a one year warranty, but with the reputation of Brother backing it, it is doubtful you will get any fussiness from this unit. It is built to perform, and priced to own regardless of if your needs demand high quality single copies, or stacks of memos. The DCP-7020 will not disappoint.

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