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Brother Australia expands - new colour laser printers & Multi-Function Centres

12 Jun 17

Brother International Australia has released a new series of colour laser printers and Multi-Function Centres (MFCs) for small businesses to large enterprises.

There are three single-function printers in the new Professional Colour Laser Series - the HL-L8260CDW, HL-L8360CDW and HL-9310CDW, as well as three Multi-Function Centres - the MFC-L8690CDW, MFC-L8900CDW and MFC-L9570CDW.

The new series features 2-sided (duplex) colour and monochrome printing of up to 31 pages per minute as well as automatic 2-sided (duplex) scanning.

Aiming to give the customer more control, the new series features customisable user interfaces of up to 64 shortcut buttons for Scan, Copy or Fax.

Brother products can be modified to suit unique customer needs through Brother Special Solutions Team (SST). Brother Solutions Interface (BSI), an open interface development platform for software developers to create custom solutions for users requirements.

“Brother is committed to be ‘At Your Side’ today, tomorrow, and for many more years to come. The new Professional Colour Laser Series is engineered to be reliable and affordable while enhancing business productivity and efficiency over the long term,” says Stefanie Dixon, marketing specialist at Brother Australia.

“These printers will exceed the expectations of businesses looking for secure, customisable and scalable printing solutions.”

Features of the new range of colour laser printers include:

Advanced paper handling

As printing requirements grow, the Brother devices can grow in tandem with expandable paper handling options. A tower tray gives up to 2,080 sheets^ for high volume print jobs, while optional paper trays can hold a maximum of either 250 or 500 sheets each.

Protect what is critical for your business

The Professional Colour Laser series features advanced security capabilities that give businesses full control and protection of print infrastructure. The Active Directory and LDAP compatibilities aim to give users the ability to integrate with existing network infrastructures for user authentication.

In conjunction with Secure Function Lock 3.0, businesses are given control of user print volumes and can restrict the functionality available on each device resulting in the ability to reduce costs. 

Reduce the costs of colour printing

Brother claims that total cost of ownership (TCO) is reduced with the ultra high-yield cartridges that can produce up to 9,000 pages of printing.

Designed for mobility and flexibility

Print wirelessly from any connected smart mobile device with Brother iPrint&Scan, Brother Android Plugin, Apple's AirPrint, Mopria and Google Cloud Print.

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