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The Brother HL-L2360DN is the first device we’ve reviewed from Brother’s newly launched entry-level mono laser printers and multifunction peripherals. It sits roughly in the middle of the mono laser range, providing automatic duplex (double-sided) printing and a wired Ethernet port, but not support for wireless networks. Brother claims a rapid 30 pages-per-minute (ppm) print speed, but the printer’s modest maximum duty cycle of 2,000 pages per month underlines that this is a small or home office device, rather than a workgroup workhorse for bigger firms.

The HL-L2360DN is well suited to a typical home office. It’s a low, square printer that doesn’t require a huge amount of clearance above, meaning that it could fit on a set of shelves. There’s a clattery but functional 250-sheet paper input tray, with a single-sheet bypass above it to feed envelopes or other special media such as pre-printed headed paper. There’s a panel at the back which, when released, provides a near-straight paper path. Unlike many other cheap mono lasers, the paper tray doesn’t poke out and attract dust when loaded with A4 paper

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The Brother HL-L2360DN is the first device we’ve reviewed from Brother’s newly launched entry-level mono laser printers and multifunction peripherals. It sits roughly in the middle of the mono laser range, providing automatic duplex (double-sided) printing and a wired Ethernet port, but not support for wireless networks. Brother claims a rapid 30 pages-per-minute (ppm) print speed, but the printer’s modest maximum duty cycle of 2,000 pages per month underlines that this is a small or home office device, rather than a workgroup workhorse for bigger firms.

The HL-L2360DN is well suited to a typical home office. It’s a low, square printer that doesn’t require a huge amount of clearance above, meaning that it could fit on a set of shelves. There’s a clattery but functional 250-sheet paper input tray, with a single-sheet bypass above it to feed envelopes or other special media such as pre-printed headed paper. There’s a panel at the back which, when released, provides a near-straight paper path. Unlike many other cheap mono lasers, the paper tray doesn’t poke out and attract dust when loaded with A4 paper

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