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Brother’s New Inkjet All-in-One Range Means Business

Brother’s New Inkjet All-in-One Range Means Business


Print, imaging and technology specialist Brother has launched a new benchmark in inkjet business printing.

This innovative range boasts a host of impressive benefits for businesses, including the lowest print cost compared to all other brands in the inkjet class and the only A4 inkjet all-in-one printer in NZ with A3 capability. It also has unrivalled paper handling of up to 580 sheets of paper capacity in the top model, which is leagues ahead of other brands.

Brother International (NZ) Limited COO, Matthew Stroud, says these impressive benefits mean the range has unmatched functionality in the New Zealand market and is the ideal choice for businesses who want to focus on their business outputs rather than spending precious business time on admin tasks.

“Brother is known for their leadership in print and imaging and this is yet another game-changing innovation we’re proud to bring to New Zealanders. We’re always listening to our customers and looking at ways to better cater to their needs and make printing as simple and stress free as possible - this range absolutely delivers on this.”

Brother has been consistently rated the number one print brand by Kiwis for service and support (according to GFK research 2011, 2012 and 2013). Their commitment to providing a superior level of customer support is evident in their local helpdesk and unique 3-year onsite warranty commitment which is unmatched by other print brands.

As well as this, Brother’s iPrint&Scan allows users to print and scan straight from Apple iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 mobile devices whenever you’re connected to the same network as the printer, enabling wireless printing and scanning for documents or photos.

“This series looks to the future of printing and means ‘business’ on so many levels. They’re practical, reliable and versatile. With a suite of bespoke features on the two business smart models, they’re an investment that can be tailored to suit your requirements as your business grows,” adds Stroud.

There are four printers in the innovative inkjet range. Two smart models (DCPJ4120DW RRP $249.95, MFCJ4620DW RRP $299.95) offer versatility, simplicity and reliability for the home office and two business smart models (MFCJ5320DW RRP $349.95, MFCJ5720DW RRP $399.95) offer cost efficiency and reliability for all business needs.

The new inkjet all-in-one range is available from leading Brother stockists nationwide from September.

Visit www.brother.co.nz or phone 0800 329 111 to find your nearest stockist.
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