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.
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