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.
Brother has been busy creating a new range of eight new printers aimed at the small office, home office (SOHO) market.
There's been little movement in printer sales in Australia and New Zealand the past year, with the number of boxes - about 2.6 million - sold last year, similar to sales achieved in 2010.
A scanning software problem with Mac OS X may be caused by devices you're no longer using.
IDC has a mixed message for printer manufacturers. There's good and bad news in the laser multifunction device segment.
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