Brother offers printers for free under the coporate printer programme


  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015

Brother International (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has launched a Corporate Printer Program for members of the Asean Retail Chains & Franchise Federation (ARFF).

Established in 2008, ARFF was set up to promote the development of trade particularly in retail chains, franchise and tourism and shopping industries within the ten ASEAN countries. 

It allows members of ARFF to receive one of four printer models for free when they join the programme and commit to buying a certain number of toner cartridges over a period of three years.

The printers on offer are two colour laser models and two monochrome models, namely the MFC-L8850CDW, HL-L8250CDN, MFC-8910DW and the HL-6180DW.

The MFC-L8850CDW is a multifunction centre (MFC) which prints in colour, scans, copies and faxes.The L8850CDW has a print resolution of up to 2,400 x 600dpi (dots per inch) and print speed of up to 30ppm (pages per minute), 250-sheet input tray, automatic document feeder and comes with wireless and Ethernet network connectivity.

The other colour model is the single function HL-L8250CDN which prints at a resolution of up to 2,400 x 600dpi and print speed of up to 28ppm.The L8250CDN is network-ready as well.

On the monochrome side, the MFC-8910DW is a multifunction model with a print resolution of up to 1,200 x 1,200dpi and print speed of up to 40ppm.

The MFC-8910DW comes with wireless as well as Ethernet network connectivity. Finally, the HL-6180DW is a single-function monochrome printer with a resolution of up to 1,200 x 1,200dpi and print speed of up to 40ppm.

This printer is also network ready and comes with wireless features as well.

For more information call the Brother Careline at (03) 7884-9999 or e-mail atyourside@brother.com.my.

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