There are usually more economical cartridge size options available with both ink and laser toner printers. So many new printer owners keep buying the small standard cartridge that came with their printer. Check this out before buying your next printer. In the case below the XL has 2.2 times more ink but only costs 50% more than the standard cartridge. Indeed, the XXL has 3.3 times more ink and only costs a few dollars more than the XL
Genuine Toner Cartridges Vs Compatible
Whilst there can be substantial savings with generic or compatible toner cartridges, sometimes there can be a false saving. This is common where a printer or multifunction device has a separate drum, that is, not built into the toner cartridge. In the case of many colour printers there is often an imaging belt also. Often compatible toner is made from abrasive substances that scratch the drum and shorten the life of the drum and/or imaging belt.
Genuine Toner Cartridges are generally engineered with small, round, polymerised particles, which results in lower fusing temperatures to reduce energy consumption and at the same time produce business quality documents. Quality is particularly noticeable in the case of compatible colour toner cartridges.
Transparency of Costs For Your Business
Total clarity on the Total Cost of Ownership of your devices means you can better manage and control your operating costs. Genuine Toner Cartridge Yields are calculated in accordance to industry testing standards ISO/IEC 19752 and ISO/IEC 19798 which provides your home or business with transparency on running costs and output volumes of the cartridge.
Brother wins yet another international award: 2018 BLI Award
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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’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.”