Brother UK’s inkjet ranges meet host of home working needs

Brother UK has launched a new range of three compact A4 inkjet printers, designed to provide end-users with a solution for printing around the home.

All models in the new Mini Regular series are designed for busy households, with print volumes of 50 to 1,000 pages a month and a standard cartridge yield of 200 pages.

The launch comes as research from the Cartridge People found that over a quarter of people are using their home printer every day and half are printing every week.

The new models offer wireless connectivity and can be operated using the new Brother Mobile Connect app, which allows users to send a file to print from anywhere at any time.

Available on iOS and Android, it also helps users to easily share and review scanned documents, monitor ink and toner levels, and easily order replacement Brother genuine supplies from their mobile device.

Russell Brown, Head of SOHO sales at Brother UK said, “We’re redesigning our range of multifunction printers to reflect the way modern families live and to ensure that our partners can provide print solutions that are tailored to this market.

“We know that busy households might not have a lot of space or be printing large volumes of documents all the time, but when they do print, they need a versatile printer that they can rely on.

“The A4 Mini Regular series has been designed specifically to fill that niche, providing compact multifunctional devices that can print anything from travel tickets to full-colour images on photo paper.

“Resellers will find these affordable new models tick all the boxes for a modern family printer.”

The flagship DCP-J1140DW offers print, copy and scan functionality with a 6.8cm LCD touchscreen. The DCP-J1050DW also offers print, copy and scan functionality, with a 4.5cm LCD touchscreen, while the MFC-J1010DW offers print, copy, scan, and fax, with a 20-sheet automatic document feeder.

Print resolution up to 1200 x 6000 dpi means all models can print anything from vivid photographs to work documents and the kids’ homework. This follows the launch of the A4 Mini Business inkjet range earlier this year, designed for hybrid working.

The full SOHO inkjet refresh adds seven new models to the vendor’s inkjet lineup, including the Mini Business All in Box package, which includes three years’ worth of ink and a 3-year warranty for added peace of mind.

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