*NEWS*BROTHER ALL-IN-ONE GO WIRELESS

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*NEWS*BROTHER ALL-IN-ONE GO WIRELESS

 user 2006-02-20 at 9:57:00 am Views: 137
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    Brother All-In-Ones Go Wireless
    For
    the first time Brother has integrated wireless networking into its
    best-selling range of inkjet all-in-one devices. While Wi-Fi is slowly
    starting to be integrated into printers, the technology has generally
    been the preserve of corporate lasers
    .
    More
    and more users are turning to wireless. In fact, a recent report
    claimed that seven out of eight network card sales were wireless. We’re
    not at all surprised! In addition, sales of wireless routers have risen
    178 per cent between July 2004 and July 2005, which indicates that
    consumer and small business demand for wireless networking is at its
    highest ever.
    We all know that wireless is proving popular with home
    workers as it provides them with the flexibility to work from a laptop
    anywhere in the home. Office workers are also enjoying the freedom and
    space a cable-free environment offers. Wireless is just so much fun,
    too! The new Brother wireless models have SES (secure easy set-up)
    compatibility. The range includes the MFC-640CW, MFC-820CW, and
    DCP-340CW.
    The MFC-640CW (£139) offers colour printer, fax, copier,
    scanner, Photocapture Centre, 10- sheet automatic document feeder
    (ADF), network card, digital answering machine, wireless Ethernet,
    ‘Scan & Translate’ software, handset and a duplex speaker phone for
    hands-free discussions.
    The MFC-820CW (£179) has the same features
    as the MFC-640CW but packs in a 2.5-inch LCD screen for viewing photos
    before they are printed. The DCP-340CW (£199) offers a colour printer,
    copier, scanner, Photocapture Centre, ‘Scan & Translate’ software,
    network card, 10-sheet ADF and wireless Ethernet.
    All machines in
    the range feature Brother’s PhotoCapture Centre that allows you to slot
    a photo memory card directly into the machine and print out index
    sheets with thumbnail size images for selection. You can then print
    your chosen photograph in a variety of sizes. It comes with a
    borderless print feature that means photo style results can be created.
    The
    new range is styled to appeal to the SOHO (small office, home office)
    market. The machines are among the most compact on the market, and
    stand no taller than an average coffee cup, ideal for environments
    where space is at a premium.
    As with all previous Brother inkjets,
    the range uses single ink cartridges – this means a cost saving
    because, unlike combined cartridges, when one colour runs out it can be
    replaced separately. Unused ink doesn’t have to be thrown away. The new
    range offers the bonus of a 1-year on-site warranty – an important
    feature for the user who cannot afford downtime on their products.