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Sydney, Australia – 21st February 2018 – Brother Industries, Ltd. has won the “2018 Winter Pick Award” in the Outstanding Colour Multi-Function Printer for SMBs category for its new Professional Colour Laser Multi-Function Centre, the MFC-L9570CDW, based on rigorous evaluation by Buyers Laboratory (BLI), a division of Keypoint Intelligence, an independent evaluation organisation.
“Receiving this particular award is an honour for Brother”, said Stefanie Dixon, Marketing Manager - SMB at Brother International Australia. “It showcases that our efforts in the SMB space are recognised which is a huge win and perfectly in-line with our business strategies”.
Brother MFC-L9570CDW: Ideal for modern SMBs
Brother’s colour MFP was recognised for its robust feature set, strong performance, and low running costs. “The Brother MFC-L9570CDW is a compact and affordable choice for SMBs, offering advanced functionality and maximum productivity through its intuitive design and robust scanning features,” said Marlene Orr, Director of Printer & MFP Analysis for Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab. “With Web Connect, users can print from and scan to various cloud services, while NFC support enables mobile printing and badge authentication.”
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|Featuring fastest in class scanning speeds and a customisable interface with NFC connectivity, this device is efficient, reliable and able to handle the most demanding workloads.
• Print / Scan / Copy / Fax
• Up to 5,555 pages target monthly print volume
• Up to 31 PPM monochrome & colour print
• Single pass 2-sided (duplex) scan up to 100ipm
• Simultaneous Operation Print / Scan / Fax
• Customisable User Interface with 64 shortcuts
• Up to 80 sheet ADF
• USB, Wireless, Gigabit Wired Network, Wi-Fi Direct & NFC
• Paper input options: 4 x 520 sheet tower tray unit, 500 sheet tray (max 2), 250 sheet tray (max 3)
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