The colour chemical toners are designed for use in cartridges for a number of Brother printers, including the HL-4140, 4150 and 4570 printers; the DCP 9055 and 9270 machines; and the MFC 9460, 9465 and 9970 devices.
The new devices include capabilities with Apple AirPrint for iOS compatibility, Adobe Systems (PDF/A) portable document formatting embedded into scanning functions, plus compliance with Mac OS X Yosemite. Also featured are two new document management solutions; the ABBYY FineReader Sprint OCR, designed for file search and conversion, and the cloud-based SENDYS Explorer LITE connector.
The remanufacturer’s new range of toner cartridge is said to “deliver a huge reduction in cost-per-page” through increasing yields by nearly 300 percent, with ILG describing the range as a “breakthrough innovation in cartridge engineering”.
The remanufacturer has added remanufactured TN241 and 245 toner cartridges to its range of remanufactured cartridges, forming part of a “busy few months” in which it also released remanufactured Kyocera and Canon cartridges.