Brother's latest INKvestment all-in-one printers are aimed at the remote workforce.
New Zealand businesses will be able to more easily use Y Soft's SafeQ print and scan management system on Brother hardware thanks to a deal between the two companies.
The latest member of Brother's label printer family, the P-touch Cube Pro PT-P910BT produces labels up to 36mm wide.
Brother has introduced two new mobile printers aimed at the retail and logistics markets.
If you need a portable scanner, take a look at Brother's latest offering.
Brother's MFC-J6545DW multifunction delivers full A3 capabilities with low running costs.
The latest addition to Brother's family of label printers brings colour printing for the first time.
Epson and then Canon stirred up the inkjet market by introducing models that do away with expensive ink cartridges in favour of internal tanks that can be refilled from bottles of ink. Brother's answer is to keep the simplicity and convenience of cartridges but massively increase their capacity at a lower cost per page.
Brother's new INKvestment inkjet printers, the MFC-J1300DW and DCP-J1100DW, come with the promise of the convenience of ink cartridges with the economy of high-volume tanks.
Label printers can now let you create QR codes, have fun with emojis, print in almost any language, and can even work wirelessly with smartphones and tablets, or old fashioned USB to your computer.
Australian shipments of hardcopy peripherals fell 8.8% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2018 to 446,000 units, according to the latest report on the market from global analyst firm IDC.
Your favourite tech reseller is presumably set to let you know about Brother's range of products as the company offers resellers a chance at winning adrenaline-pumping thrilling rewards.
Brother has released four new 2” wide mobile label and receipt printers incorporating features that have made the existing RJ line-up popular in retail, food, warehousing, parking and public safety.
Brother has uncoupled its new P-Touch labeller from the PC and instead uses an iOS or Android or device as the controller. The result is a new, smaller, more flexible label printer.
That is likely Brother’s motto as it has added an industrial strength labeller to its P-Touch Range.
Apologies to the Hollies and later Neil Diamond but small to medium enterprise (SME) will know the difficulty of buying reasonable cost, high-volume, networked scanners needed to go paperless.
Best known for consumer devices like printers and sewing machines Brother has introduced a commercial range that provides serious options for medium to large business.
Printers can be boring things – yet there were some that deserve a mention as exciting. They can also be hard to review – carrying 20-50Kg in big boxes up three flights of stairs at my office challenges most couriers.
Brother has released a range of PocketJet thermal A4 and RuggedJet receipt/label printers that allow utilities, emergency services, health, and any mobile worker to instantly print out paperwork – quotes, reports, etc.
OK you think of Brother as inkjets and sewing machines. But it is a serious small business supplier and the addition of two business class, A4, 600 DPI, desktop scanners may make you rethink its pedigree.
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