PRODUCTS: Brother launches new line of A3 colour inkjet MFCs

PRODUCTS: Brother launches new line of A3 colour inkjet MFCs

Three new models expand quality printing with superior technologies



Home and business IT peripherals manufacturer, Brother International Australia, has introduced a new range of A3 colour inkjet Multi-Function Centres (MFCs).

The new line consists of three models designed for home to small office environments and SMBs – especially professionals in the creative, design, engineering and architecture sectors by enabling them to print elaborate floorplans, charts and graphs.

It contains all the traditional features of an A3 MFC and includes A3 automatic double-sided printing (duplex), wired or wireless connectivity and print speeds of up to 35 pages per minute (ppm) for black and 27ppm for colour.

Its flagship MFC-J6910DW includes A4 automatic double-sided scanning, copying and faxing capabilities.

Brother International Australia brand and marketing manager, Kelly Wilson, said, “The latest series also includes Brother’s super high-yield ink cartridges to help businesses save time and money when printing in large volumes.”

The range offers:

  1. Clearer colour imaging with minute details in high quality and resolution on large A3 professional documents
  2. Time and cost savings and decreased paper usage by 50 per cent with the automatic double-sided (duplex) printing feature
  3. A 35-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) available in all three models and an additional 250-sheet built-in paper tray for the MFC-J6710DW and MFC-J6910DW models.

The products are available from local authorised Brother retailers and distributors. Prices start at $329.

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