Brother MFC-J6720DW A3 All in One

Brother MFC-J6720DW A3 €395

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The Professional Series MFC-J6720DW combines business essential features including fastest in class print speeds and low cost printing along with printing, copying, scanning and faxing up to 11"x17".

Main Features

  • Print, copy, scan and fax up to 11" x 17" (ledger size) for high impact business documents.
  • Fastest in Class Print Speeds‡. Up to 35ppm black and 27ppm color (Fast Mode)‡ and up to 22ppm black and 20ppm color (ISO/IEC 24734).
  • Low Cost Printing with Super High Yield replacement ink cartridges offering approximately 2400 pages black and 1200 pages color‡.
  • Built-in Wireless & Wired Interfaces. Easy to setup wireless (802.11 b/g/n) or wired Ethernet networking.
  • Mobile Device Printing. Wireless printing from your mobile device via‡: AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print™, Brother™iPrint&Scan, Wi-Fi Direct™ and Cortado Workplace.
  • Free Brother Cloud Apps let you capture and convert paper documents directly from your machine‡.
  • 2.7" TouchScreen Display plus TouchPanel that only shows you the keys you need. Create up to 18 shortcuts for frequently used functions.
  • Innovative Landscape Print Technology stores and feeds paper in landscape orientation for a compact footprint.
  • Flexible Paper Handling. Dual trays for a total capacity of 500 sheets up to 11"x17" paper.
  • Support. 2-year limited warranty plus free lifetime phone support.

 

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Difference between Standard and XL ink cartridges Nov 25, 2019

Difference between Standard and XL ink cartridges

 

Most ink cartridges come in two varieties; the standard capacity and the ‘XL’ high capacity, but whats the difference?

Despite the name, most standard or XL ink cartridges have exactly the same external dimensions. The key difference between the two is the amount of ink which is contained within, and therefore, the number of pages which can be printed before changing the cartridge.

 


 


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