August 13, 2018
The OEM has released six new LED printers and MFPs down under.
The range of two printers and four MFPs is aimed at SMBs and home offices, reports Bit, and offer duplex printing, 600×2400 dpi, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 250-sheet paper tray, and high yield toner which it claims will last for up to 2,300 pages. They also include a toner-save mode, which claims to reduce the cost of printing “while still maintaining crisp text and vibrant colours.”
The use of PINs to impose page limits and restrict the use of features including colour printing, and the ability to hold a job until a password is entered, also contribute to the range’s security capabilities.
The HL-L3230CDW, HL-L3270CDW, DCP-L3510CDW, MFC-L3745CDW, MFC-L3750CDW, and MFC-L3770CDW will be available from September.
“You shouldn’t have to choose between print quality, performance, or cost-efficiency, but unfortunately, many businesses find themselves sacrificing one or the other when choosing a new print solution. With Brother’s new series of colour LED machines, we’ve set out to change all that”, said Brother Australia’s SMB marketing manager Stefanie Dixon. “Our latest range of colour printers and multi-function centres deliver outstanding productivity, seamless connectivity, and cost-saving technology in a compact and user-friendly package. Best of all, they are capable of producing brilliant colour documents to help your business create impressive sales and marketing material.”
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