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Brother reveals inkjet range to 'answer the needs' of SMBs

18 Jan 2017

Brother has released the latest generation of A4 and A3 colour Business Inkjet models.

The company says they have been re-engineered for businesses with a mid to high print volume requirement and suit small offices and small workgroups to medium-sized businesses.

This new range is Brother’s first Business Inkjet to use pigment-based inks for all cartridges – which means brighter colours and denser blacks.

Models in the new line-up are made from new materials, improving on the robustness and durability of the previous series. According to Brother, the series is compatible with a host of mobile and cloud, print and scan solutions including Brother’s iPrint & Scan and Apple AirPrint.

The company adds that reliable products are not all that it has to offer to organisations. When a business needs a tailor-made solution, Brother says its nationally deployed Commercial Division can help by discussing any specific requirements as a whole.

Brother can also adjust almost any of its offerings to suit the needs of a business. 

Stefanie Murphy, marketing specialist from Brother Australi, says the new Business Inkjet Series is their most robust Inkjet range yet.

“It really is a new generation line-up built to answer the needs of small offices and workgroups with high print volume requirements,” she explains.

“An A4 and A3 colour Inkjet series packed with practicality, speed and durability mark the range out as a best value Inkjet proposition for business."

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