High performance yet low cost A3 printing can now be achieved with Brother’s latest colour inkjet offering.
The Business Smart X series includes five devices – three all-in-ones and two printers – and is aimed at the SMB market. The stylish-yet-robust range comes in a crisp white colour and seamlessly fits into a busy office space.
It offers A3 print on all models and A3 scan on the MFC-J6945DW and the MFC-J6947DW machines.
Designed for less user intervention, the flagship MFC-J6947DW model and the HL-J6100DW printer have three paper trays, reducing the need for users to replenish paper.
Super high-yield cartridges give 6,000 black pages and 5,000 colour pages – generating high-quality printing at a low cost per page. Output is fast, with a First Print Out Time (FPOT) of less than 6 seconds and all devices print up to 22 impressions per minute.
Near Field Communication (NFC) connectivity across the series facilitates easy connection for mobile printing whilst enhancing print security.
Packed with practical features for ease of use, MFC devices have an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), which can hold up to 50 sheets, and a user friendly 9.3cm touch panel, while printers have a 6.8cm equivalent. Duplex print on all devices and print, copy and scan on the MFC models reduce wasted paper.
An enhanced print head and engine life improve the performance of the machines, whilst low energy consumption and Blue Angel, Nordic Swan and GS Mark labels give the series the environmental seal of approval.
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