Brother Rolls Out New High-volume Printers

Brother has rolled out two flagship laser devices of its Workhorse Series, namely the Brother HL-L6400DW printer and the MFC-L6900DW All-in-One, to meet the workgroup needs of today’s businesses.

The new Brother monochrome laser printers and All-in-Ones are built on the legacy of Brother reliability and quality to offer a more robust machine construction, enterprise-level security, highly scalable paper handling, and high-yield supplies with low cost output.

Both models can print up to 52 pages per minute (ppm), with a yield of approximately 12,000 pages. For even lower cost printing, an available ultra-high-yield replacement toner cartridge can print approximately 20,000 pages. The HL-L6400DW printer also includes an optional mailbox/stacker/sorter, which allows more time savings and efficiency for workgroups. This option increases total output capacity to 1,050 sheets.

Brother also engineered the HL-L6400DW and MFC-L6900DW to the highest levels of security to ensure information is only seen or accessed by the intended recipients. These models offer an integrated NFC card reader that provides walk-up authorization to release print jobs and to access other machine functions using a compatible NFC card or badge4. Network user authentication also protects against unauthorized access to the device to help protect information and ensure regulatory compliance.

Steve Feldstein, Director of Marketing for Business Laser & Scanner Products, Brother International said: “As the focal point of our new Brother Workhorse Series, these products demonstrate our leadership in delivering business solutions. These machines are part of the most significant laser launch in our company’s history, building on our legacy of quality, dependability, and business-focus.”

The HL-L6400DW and MFC-L6900DW are said to be two of five new high-volume monochrome laser printers and All-in-Ones that will be part of the Brother limited distribution product portfolio.

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