January 24, 2018
The OEM’s Indonesian subsidiary has released five new models of inkjet MFP to the market.
PT Brother International Sales Indonesia has introduced its latest series of inkjet printers to the nation, reports Netral News. The OEM claims it will now “offer a real colour for all customers” in the country.
The five models of inkjet MFP introduced are the DCP-T310, DCP-T510W, DCP-T710W, MFC-T910DW, and MFC-T810W.
Brother Indonesia’s Andre Arlis Chouwanto explained the advantages that will be brought to the market at this week’s launch event in Jakarta: “The DCP-T310 has the advantages for copy and scan, DCP-T510W and DCP-T710W have wireless connections for print, copy and scan. Then MFC-T910DW has the advantages of two-sided print, copy, scan and fax. The MFC- T810W can print, copy, scan and fax with Ethernet and wireless connection.”
Chouwanto added that the five printers have been designed with a dye ink type, which Brother claim produces better colours, and is capable of a print volume up to 6,500 pages. The corporate printers also include a shortcut panel feature, so that – as Netral News asserts – “users do not need to press many buttons.”
“We hope with the launch of these latest printers from Brother Indonesia,” concluded Chouwanto, “we can offer a real colour for all customers in Indonesia.”
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