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Brother Releases Low Cost Printer

Originally Published at Brother


Brother introduced the newest model in its INKvestment Tank lineup, the MFC-J805DW all-in-one-inkjet printer. With the new INKvestment Tank MFC-J805DW, Brother offers a multi-functional and long-lasting printer to users.

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The INKvestment Tank MFC-J805DW also includes:

  • Revolutionary INKvestment Tank System: INKvestment Tank printers use clean, familiar cartridges that hold more ink and work with an internal ink storage tank to deliver more pages of uninterrupted printing.
  • Intelligent Page Gauge: Eliminate the guesswork of when you will run out of ink and know approximately how many pages you have left to print with the Page Gauge system– a Brother exclusive feature.
  • Simple Connectivity: Printer comes equipped with versatile connection options, with either built-in wireless connectivity, or connect locally to a computer via USB.
  • Mobile Printing and Scanning: Print and scan wirelessly from your desktop, laptop, smartphone and tablets.
  • Versatile Paper Handling: Use the up to 20-sheet automatic document feeder, bypass tray or 150-sheet capacity paper tray that adjusts for letter or legal-size paper. The INKvestment Tank also includes automatic duplex printing to help save paper.
  • Extended Print Option: Step up to the Brother MFC-J805DW XL with enough ink to provide up to two years of printing without the need to replace ink cartridges.
  • Compact Design: With its compact, desktop footprint, the INKvestment Tank all-in-one printer is the perfect fit for any home office or small office space.
  • Brother At Your Side support: Printer comes equipped with 2-Year Limited Warranty and free online, call or live chat support for the entire life of your printer.
1 reply
  1. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    Hi Natalia,

    Brother must love you for covering all their latest printers! Most people have no idea they even sell printers because of the Sewing Machines. I think their computerized models and printers have a lot of the same technology.

    It’s hard to compare Brother printers vs. Ricoh or Konica Minolta, but do you think comparable models are more or less expensive?


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