Inkjet Printers Guide
Brother Introduced Four New Models
Brother’s latest wireless network capable Multi-Function Centre (MFC) series delivers high competency and convenience with double-sided printing, web connect and mobile printing features
SINGAPORE - Brother introduces four brand new models to its line of colour inkjet MFCs that are compact in size but big on functionalities. Consisting of DCP-J725DW, MFC-J430W, MFC-J625DW and MFC-J825DW, this line of trendy and aesthetically-designed series maximises user experience through its comprehensive print, scan, fax and copy functions. Users can now look forward to greater paper savings with Brother’s automatic double-sided printing, and also the convenience of connecting, printing and sharing information in popular internet and social networking sites via the latest Cloud Printing function.
“Brother strives to not only make office printing proficient, but also cost effective. Brother printers are ideally designed for any home, small or home offices. Featuring the innovative Cloud Printing function for the first time in the MFC-J825DW model, Brother is constantly improving and introducing new technology into our products to enable consumers to experience convenience and efficiency even at homes and offices,” said Mr Takeo Shimazu, Managing Director, Brother International Singapore Pte Ltd.
The new “Web Connect” function, available currently in the MFC-J825DW model, enables users to connect to various online storage services like Picasa and Flickr for direct printing via the MFC. Users can also scan and share photos or documents directly on Facebook, Dropbox and Evernote.
In addition, they will also be able to print documents or photos from Brother’s machines with their Apple or Android mobile devices via Brother’s very own iPrint&Scan application. The innovative application gives users the convenience to connect wirelessly to the MFC and print or share their images without using a computer. Furthermore, users can also have the flexibility to print their photos directly from their Pictbridge-enabled camera, media cards or USB device with the Direct Photo Print function. With the new CD and DVD label printing feature, users can also create labels quickly to organise their disc collections.
To promote printing without the clutter of wires, all models in this new series are wireless capable so sharing the MFC with multiple users in the home or office are made possible.
Users can now look forward to saving up to 50 percent in paper cost with Brother’s automatic double-sided printing, and be time-efficient with the Automatic Document Feeder which allows them to scan, copy and fax multiple pages at one time. The machines are also efficient with high ISO printing speed of up to 12ppm (pages per minute) in black and 10ppm in colour, so users will not be kept waiting for their documents to be printed.
Boasting added stylish accents, Brother has incorporated attractive motifs on MFC-J825DW – providing users a pleasing surprise, adding sprinkles of novelty to the workplace. With its intuitive interface, users will also have easy access to many functions via the wide colour LCD touchscreen of up to 3.3”.
Brother is also the first printing company to launch a 3D mobile Augmented Reality application for iPhone, iPad and Android users (Android version will be launched at the end of 2012). Users can explore the key features of each model in 3D animation on their mobile devices.
The new series come with two options of ink cartridges – a standard-yield or high-yield cartridges to meet different consumer printing needs. To reduce printing costs, consumers can choose to use the high-yield ink cartridges which can deliver up to 600 pages of black and 600 pages of colour prints.
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