Brother injects style into SMB printer range

Promises 'trendy' new cloud series will spice up the office.

By on Jan 17, 2012
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The printing giant has taken the wraps off its inkjet Multi-Function Centre (MFC) series of printers, and it's talking up the 'aesthetically pleasing' design of the six models. Model: DCP-J525W
A wide colour LCD touchscreen of up to 3.3” is on hand for users to access Brother's built-in applications, and for those looking for style, the above and MFC-J825DW models carry an 'attractive motif'. Model: DCP-J925DW
The line up brings with it several new features. The'Web Connect' function allows users to connect to the cloud or mobile devices. Model: DCP-J725DW
Direct Photo Print allows users to print directly from Pictbridge-enabled cameras, USB devices and media cards. Model: MFC-J430
iPrint&Scan offers users the ability to connect to their printer wirelessly. Model: MFC-J625DW
The range is now available through Brother's retail partners. Pricing ranges from $109 to $229. Model: MFC-J825DW

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