Brother’s new printers

posted December 27, 2014 at 09:00 pm
by MST Tech

Brother International Philippines Corporation, a leader in home and business IT peripherals, launched its newest series of products consisting of a new monochrome laser printer and four multi-function centers, which come with enhanced features to increase efficiency and affordability.

MFC-L2740 OW model is also able to scan, copy,
and fax documents automatically with Dual CIS
scanner, saving time, effort and printing costs.

MFC-L2740 OW model is also able to scan, copy, and fax documents automatically with Dual CIS scanner, saving time, effort and printing costs.

The printer and multi-function centers from this new series are each shipped with a high-yield toner that prints 2,600 pages.

Designed to meet the needs of small offices and home offices (SOHOs) as well as small medium businesses (SMBs), these machines are compact enough for any business environment, yet provide a full range of networking and workgroup features.

In addition to a high-yield toner, the new machines offer automatic two-sided printing. This helps Brother customers to save not only on printing costs but on paper costs as well.

The replacement toners also come in two choices: standard (1,200 pages) or high-yield (2,600 pages).

All models come with either wireless or network connectivity for easy-to-manage printing. The MFC-L2740DW Wi-Fi Direct wireless model connects mobile devices directly to the machine for instant printing via the use of Brother’s apps, without the need to hook up to a computer or via wireless network.

The new series of mono laser printers and multi-function centers also come with a new ‘Deep Sleep’ power saving mode, which kicks in when the machine is not in use. This consumes less electricity and, as such, is more environment-friendly.

The new monochrome laser range also comes with a low-energy standby feature, with power consumption as low as 0.06 watt in power-off mode.

All machines are supported as well by Brother Philippines’ Customer Service Center located at the ground floor of Marajo Tower in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

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