Ilse Jurriën : September 25th 2006 - 10:25 CET
|Brother SOHO-Class color printers
Brother SOHO-Class color printers : Brother International Corporation gives small and home offices several new reasons to upgrade color-printing solutions with its introduction of the SOHO-Class MFC-5460cn $149.99 and the MFC-5860cn $179.99. The new models possess many of the same business features that are driving growth in this part of the market, including higher-capacity automatic document feeders, high-resolution printing, network compatibility, fast printing, stand-alone faxing and, cost-effective consumables. Both products address the needs with fast print speeds and network interfaces its making them easy to share in small workgroups. Availability of the MFC-5460cn and MFC-5860cn starts in October.|
Brother MFC-5460cn & MFC-5860cn|
"Small business owners have learned that the use of color in documents and presentations cannot only be affordable, it also significantly enhances the impact of their work," said Joyce Brittingham, Senior Product Manager at Brother. The MFC-5460cn and MFC-5860cn are very much in tune with the current needs of small businesses. Featuring innovative designs, both models have a built-in Ethernet interface. These models have print speeds as fast as 30ppm black and 25ppm color as well as an optional high yield black cartridge for reduced printing costs. Since businesses need to print photos, these models also include a PhotoCapture Center feature that includes media card slots for the majority of digital camera memory cards as well as a PictBridge interface. These applications alone are incentive enough for many work-at-home and satellite office professionals to upgrade to one of these printing devices.
Brother MFC-5460cn & MFC-5860cn key features
• Professional, versatile business design
• Large ADF holds up to 35 pages and is capable of scanning up to legal size documents
• Fast up to 30ppm black/25ppm color print speeds
• Built-in Ethernet interface
• 33.6K bps fax modem provides fast fax transmission
• Up to 6000 x 1200 dpi(a) - for razor sharp images
• Droplet size as small as 1.5 picoliter shows the fine detail of an image
• Memory card slots and a PictBridge interface for direct printing
Brother MFC-3360c color printer
Also being announced today is the MFC-3360c. This model includes color printing, faxing, copying, scanning, PC faxing and a handset. Built around a compact sheetfed design, it features print speeds up to 25ppm black and 20ppm color as well as print resolutions up to 6000 x 1200 dpi and an automatic document feeder that holds up to 20-pages.
Color MFC - Innobella Ink cartridges
All of the new color MFCs will use Brother's new lineup of Innobella ink cartridges and photo papers. When used with Brother's print engine technology, the Innobellaink and paper enables and empowers consumers to accurately reproduce beautiful, vibrant, radiant color images; while simultaneously enhancing image permanence and longevity. Innobella inks and papers were conceived and engineered to become fundamental, operational components of an integrated printing "system". Together, this "system" delivers reliable, consistent and dazzling color reproductions from the first print to the last.
Brother MFC printer line - Innobella Ink LC-51 series
Brother's new SOHO-class MFC line uses the new LC-51 series (Innobella) inks that support yields of up to 500 pages for black and up to 400 pages for each color cartridge (based on 5% page coverage). The MFC-5460cn and MFC-5860cn both have the ability to use the high yield black cartridge with a yield of up to 900 pages for black ink. Earlier this summer Brother expanded its family of personal and home color inkjet products with the MFC-240c, MFC-440cn and the MFC-665cw. Today's introduction adds new models designed for small businesses.
Bridgewater, New Jersey is the corporate headquarters for Brother International Corp. in the Americas, from Canada to South America. It has fully integrated sales, marketing services, manufacturing, research and development capabilities located in the U.S. In addition to its headquarters in Bridgewater, New Jersey, Brother has facilities in California, Illinois, Massachusetts and Tennessee, as well as subsidiaries in Ohio, Canada, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Mexico.