October 29, 2015
Brother’s refill ink system reportedly “minimises the rise of printhead damage that arises from non-official ink”, reducing repair and replacement costs, Khaleej Times reported. The MFC-T800W features an automatic document feeder, facilitating unattended scanning and copying of multi-page documents.
Users can also “save resources” and share the MFP with others via the wireless LAN. Brother previously launched the DCP-T500W in India in June.
Salem Nishi, Deputy General Manager at Brother International Gulf, said: “At Brother, we understand customers are often seeking affordable ink when it comes to printing. Our competitively-priced ultra-high 6,000 page-yield ink meets the need for low running cost.
“What’s more, with our smart design, our customers benefit from an easy and hassle-free ink refilling experience.”
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