Brother Introduces Second Generation Colour Laser Printer
- 13 November, 2003 12:53
<p>New HL-4200CN: Up to 24-PPM Colour and Monochrome Printing, Automatic Duplexing, Advanced Networking and More.</p>
<p>BROTHER'S NEXT GENERATION SINGLE PASS COLOUR LASER PRINTER
Brother International Australia introduces its next generation single-pass colour printer for workgroups - the HL-4200CN. Featuring up to 24 page per minute print speed in both colour and monochrome, this network-ready model comes standard with built-in automatic duplex printing, up to 1200x1200 dpi print resolution, Adobe® PostScript3 TM emulation, and comprehensive network management tools.</p>
<p>Users seeking high speed office colour printing now have a strong alternative to consider with the HL-4200CN. This new printer raises the bar for performance and value in the single-pass office colour segment. Workgroups producing office colour printing will appreciate the outstanding print quality, fast print speeds and wide-range of features built into the HL-4200CN.
The HL-4200CN has an estimated recommended retail price of $3,999 (Inc GST)</p>
<p>COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD FEATURES
This latest addition to Brother’s award-winning printer line make excellent choices for growing businesses or connected workgroups looking to increase productivity and reduce processing time.
Among the HL-4200CN’s features is the ability to print high-resolution text and graphics in rich vibrant colours at fast speeds of up to 24 pages per minute in either colour or monochrome. The HL-4200CN also includes a built-in automatic duplex feature. Additional key product features include 64MB of standard memory (upgradeable to 320MB+) and up to 600-sheet standard input paper capacity that consists of up to 500-sheet lower paper tray, up to 100-sheet multi-purpose tray and built in Networking, up to 30,000 pages** print head, up to 6,000 pages* colour toner and up to 9,000 pages* black, up to 25,000 pages** transfer roller & waste toner pack, up to1200x1200 dpi @ 12ppm, up to600x600 dpi @ 24ppm, print quality, 55 dB low noise printing and 36.5 dB at Standby,.</p>
<p>The HL-4200CN also has N-Up, poster and watermark print modes. In addition, the HL-4200CN offers toner save and power save modes.
A two line, LCD display with an enhanced control panel makes setting up and configuring the printer a breeze. Moreover, the LCD display is incorporated into an intuitive user control panel with convenient features such as one-button job reprint, job cancel, secure print and a scrolling menu.
The HL-4200CN comes with the standard 10/100BaseTX network card and offers robust networking tools including: BR-Admin Professional Network Management, Brother Web-based Management, Web BR-Admin Network Management and Driver Deployment Wizard to aid in the easy implementation of driver installation.</p>
<p>The HL-4200 is packed with productivity features that help users keep pace even in the most demanding office. These include:
· Up to 24 page per minute laser print speeds
· 64 MB of standard memory, expandable to 320MB*
· 400Mhz Processor
· Crisp text and graphics output quality via 1200x1200 dpi print quality
· Built-in two line, LCD display
· Parallel, USB 2.0 and 10/100BaseTX Ethernet interfaces standard†
· Up to 600-sheet paper input capacity standard
· Up to 100-sheet multi-purpose tray standard
· Low running costs with easy to replace, individual toner cartridge and print head unit
· Up to 30,000 pages print head, up to 6,000 pages colour toner and up to 9,000 pages black toner</p>
<p>COMPATIBILITY AND CONNECTIVITY
Whether the user environment is Windows®- or Mac®-based, the HL-4200CN is compatible and features Adobe® PostScript® 3TM as its standard emulation.
From proofs to presentations, the HL-4200CN delivers quick, crisp text and vibrant colour output regardless of the application. It is robust enough to keep pace with small to medium sized businesses or corporate departments. At the same time it is also a great choice for freelance or satellite office workers that need convenient colour printing.</p>
<p>BROTHER NETWORK-READY LINE-UP
With the introduction of the HL-4200CN, Brother further extends its line of network-ready office laser printers with feature-rich, value-packed models that include a variety of standard features. The HL-4200CN also comes standard with a built-in 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet web server for network connectivity. Models such as this clearly demonstrate Brother’s continued commitment to providing quality office imaging products.</p>
The HL-4200CN has a number of expansion options to increase productivity and maximize user value.
These include the ability to expand the memory up to 320MB, increase paper input capacity by either 1x500 sheets lower paper tray or 2x500 sheets lower paper tray. Another key expansion option is a 20GB hard drive, useful for storing print jobs for fast reprinting, as well as for form or font storage and an Infrared (IRDA) interface.</p>
Sydney is the Head Office for Brother International Australia with offices in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia. They have 24/7 online support and 9am to 5pm (EST) customer support.
Additional information may be obtained by visiting their web site at www.brother.com.au for product information and http://solutions.brother.com for support.</p>
<p>* A4 paper size at approximately 5% coverage.
** A4 paper size at approximately 5% coverage of BK, C, M, Y each.
+ Optional accessories require additional purchase.
† Cables not included
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Brother International (Aust)
Email: sales.nsw@Brother.com.au sales.qld@Brother.com.au sales.vic@Brother.com.au sales.sa@Brother.com.au sales.wa@Brother.com.au</p>
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