Brother injects style into SMB printer range

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

By on Jan 17, 2012
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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